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Bronx Bridges Showing Their Age

Bronx Bridges Showing Their Age

Traffic is tedious, yet inevitable as New York City works to update its aging infrastructure.

Carrying the Cuban Family Torch

Carrying the Cuban Family Torch

In the 1950s, back in our hometown, La Salud — part of Cuba’s La Habana province — Beny was the unofficial town poet.

Hollywood’s Hidden Hispanic Heritage

Hollywood’s Hidden Hispanic Heritage

Hollywood has a shameful history of giving key Latino roles to non-Latinos. Apparently, they believe credibility can be forsaken when casting Hispanic roles.

Guantanamo Has a History

Guantanamo Has a History

Long before it became synonymous with al-Qaida prisoners, Guantanamo was a U.S. Naval Base with a long and fascinating history.

On Immigration Reform, the Democrats Caved

On Immigration Reform, the Democrats Caved

Just when we thought we were about to see fair and compassionate immigration reform, when we thought the Latino vote in the presidential election had opened a real pathway to U.S. citizenship for some 11 million undocumented immigrants…

Florida’s 500th Birthday Should Be a National Holiday

Florida’s 500th Birthday Should Be a National Holiday

When Florida marks its quincentennial, the whole nation should be celebrating its 500th birthday.

How to Lose an Election by Alienating Latinos

How to Lose an Election by Alienating Latinos

This column made an easy prediction: “If President Barack Obama wins reelection, mark my words: Romney will be remembered as the candidate who wrote the book on how to lose an election by alienating Latino voters.”

Latinos Are Not One Thing

Latinos Are Not One Thing

Please stop your shallow attempts to appeal to Latino voters. Contrary to what you may believe, we are not a gullible, lesser intelligent bunch resembling Cantiflas or La India Maria.

Debate Moderators Ignore Latinos

Debate Moderators Ignore Latinos

Pese a que el tercer y ultimo debate se centro en politica exterior, America Latina no aparecio en el mapa de la discusion, entre el Presidente Barack Obama y su rival Mitt Romney. Nuestro analista Miguel Perez, nos dice que se quedaron muchas preguntas por hacer. More >>