Rand Paul is hot — as in popular, but the liberals who write about him are hot for a different reason. That’s right, I said the ‘liberals’ who write about him.
It’s patently absurd to claim the administration is not enforcing the law. What’s clear is that deportations have steadily increased since 2002.
The myth that statehood is not good for Puerto Rico, created and supported by the usual suspects in the island and in Washington, has been dealt a devastating blow.
We’re not going to allow a small group of people in one section of the government to stop what’s right for our families and our country.
People should pay attention to their representatives; Senator Rand thinks that the Republican Party should not be characterized as the Party of “Deportation.”
I’m glad he’ll be succeeding David Letterman on “The Late Show.” Just for the sake of having an “ally” as a replacement instead of an apolitical comedian.
Cuban elders are often accused by their sons and daughters of seeing Castro plots and Castro spies even where there are none. But this time, they just may be right.
What is wrong with wanting to accelerate a return to democracy for 11 million people who have been enslaved for over half a century?
MRC Latino labeling the networks’ coverage as liberal is another Republican attack towards the Latino community.
Call it the Jeb Bush, establishment-Republican variation on “they are just looking for a better life” cliché. And let’s just call him “Jeb.”
President Obama captured the love of our communities, yet that love has not been returned to our communities.
I feel that I have a responsibility as a Latina, a veteran, and a mental health professional to state the obvious that others are already commenting on.
Democrats are engaging in thinly veiled political gamesmanship motivated by the desire to score points in advance of the midterm elections. Most see through the charade.
Venezuelans were largely indifferent to celebrating the Comandante's life is hardly surprising, given that the system he created is on the verge of violent collapse.
The union he founded failed to thrive and has become irrelevant; farmworkers today know Cesar Chavez only as the name of a famous Mexican boxer.