Nelyson De Jesus is an imposing man with a goatee, a lip piercing, and a wide, infectious smile. About a decade ago, he left his childhood home on Crash Boat Beach in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, to join his father in South Florida. Tony Sanchez is an affable Dominican native with white hair, dark skin, ... More >>
That GOP need to build bridges to the nation's Hispanic community? The need party elders have talked so much about since Barack Obama was re-elected largely due to Hispanic support? The need that's propelled Florida's own Marco Rubio to preeminence in the early scouting reports on the GOP 2016 presd ... More >>
Barack Obama won both the electoral votes and the popular vote (and he did it without Florida, which is looking like it will go to him anyway!) Despite those things that reelected our president and will have him serve a second term, the real winner of the 2012 election was Marco Rubio. This accordi ... More >>
Apparently, Barry Obama's debate performance was so craptacular, The Mittbot has gained some points with Latino voters in Florida. According to a ImpreMedia & Latino Decisions tracking poll released Monday, Obama's lead among Hispanic voters in Florida has slipped from 72% last week to 67% this ... More >>
As we mentioned yesterday, Mittington Mittbot's crack team went into damage control over his now infamous "47 percent" remarks by not only releasing a 14-year-old tape that apparently shows Barack Obama wearing a Che T-shirt and saying that the government should send everyone a check for $1 million ... More >>
Though a Rasmussen poll released Monday showed Newt Gingrich well ahead of the rest of the Republican presidential field, a Univision/ABC News poll released this morning revealed Florida's Latino voters overwhelmingly favor former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.Of those polled, 49 percent went fo ... More >>
You've probably read about the construction of Broward School Board Member Jennifer Gottlieb's pet school in Hollywood that wasn't needed at all but still cost taxpayers some $25 million and ruined a neighborhood park. GottliebThe school, Beachside Montessori Village (which is ne ... More >>
Lisa RabLa Palma recently had to report on its own demise.Over the course of its six-year existence, La Palma, the weekly Spanish-language spinoff of the Palm Beach Post, has seen plenty of ups and downs. The editorial staff grew to about 14 people, then shrank back down to four.Two weeks ago, th ... More >>
In a Tweet that's sure to endear him to the 22nd Congressional District's roughly 11 percent Latino population, Allen West gave an enthusiastic endorsement of Arizona's ultra-controversial, totally unconstitutional and pretty-much-racist immigration bill.The bill, whose fate now rests with the Ar ... More >>
Don't Know Much About History
Herradura Goes Down Too Easy
Yeah, part moro, moron
Without a Morrissey interview, we turn to the man who imitates him the best
¡ASK A MEXICAN!
And hello again. Why Broward-Palm Beach immigrant groups are tired of the endless Castro drama.
Do Mexicans steal more than others?
Older Mexicans can learn from the hip-hop kids
This show bristles with so much energy, it threatens to blow down the museum doors.
Don't you believe these statistics, hombre.
Some dumb cluck commits a party fowl.
Mexican men need to add something more to their diet.
The academic types didn't take well to being lectured.
"Hispanic heritage" is hard to find at ArtServe and Gallery Six By Michael Mills
We are family:
A battle for a basketball court displays differences
The venerable story of exile, loss, and rediscovery is wearing a little thin
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
Conflict of interest. Anti-Cuban high jinks. A cover-up. It must be the Florida INS.
Praying With the Enemy