Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Looking Past Mexican Violence Into The Future

By Zach Gonzalez & Arthur D. Soto-Vásquez A Mexican newspaper publisher of Grupo Reforma and professor at the University of Texas, Alejandro Junca De La Vega gave a speech Saturday titled, “A View form Mexico: What Could Possibly Come Next?” He noted the great fear many feel about Mexico’s future, “By any measure the country of

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

Of Carne Asada, Crime And Family In East LA

The summer of 1988 was a memorable one in my neighborhood. We still lived in that yellow house on Bodie Street in East LA. The sun still managed to leave evidence of its permanent penetrations by making our...

Friday, September 16th, 2011

Rep. Luis Gutierrez Demands Apology From Governor

El Gallito Rebelde is at it again. IL Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez  addressed Congress on the Civil rights violation committed against the Puerto Rican people by the Puerto Rican police department. Rep. Gutierrez asked Congress to indict those responsible stating, I want to see the...

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

Latino Kids Better Off In Prison. How Do We Get More In?

El Guapo prides himself on having low standards and a knack for hyperbole. With that said, read the following — the greatest thing ever written by a human being. So, many simpletons and imbeciles argue that our...

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Las Ladies De Polanco: Drunk Women Vs. Mexico City Police

By Alejandra Garza de Gutierrez A little over two weeks ago, two very drunk, very belligerent women made national news here in Mexico. Out for a Saturday night on the town, these two individuals were stopped by Mexico...

Thursday, September 8th, 2011

Police In Puerto Rico Violate Constitution, Other Laws

The police in Puerto Rico engage in a pattern of behavior that not only violates the U.S. Constitution, but other federal laws, according to a new report from the Justice Department. This includes racial profiling of Dominicans....

Monday, August 29th, 2011

A NASA Engineer Killed In California Without A Trace

Gabriel Zavala Diaz was test engineer for NASA. His lifeless body was found on February 26, 2005. His family feels time pass, but their cry for justice becomes ever stronger and loud. There are no clues or...

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

2,600 Activists Arrested Since Obama Took Office

An interesting report came out of earlier this year that documents the number of activists — from immigration activists to green activists — who have been arrested under the Obama Administration. This would tend to shed...

Friday, August 12th, 2011

Anti-Latino Hate Crimes Rising In California

A report from the Attorney General of California shows that anti-Latino hate crimes in that state are on the rise. A snippet from The Press-Enterprise shows that these crimes are up at least 50%: There were 119...

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Butt Stabber On The Loose In Virginia

A man who enters into clothing discount stores like Marshall’s, Forever 21 and T.J. Maxx has been going around the Virginia area stealthily stabbing women in the rear, then fleeing. This is just straight up crazy, apparently what the...

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

Obama Admin Challenges Alabama’s Anti-Latino Law

Yesterday the Department of Justice announced a lawsuit against the State of Alabama for its anti-Latino law that not only requires police to inquire about immigration status and penalizing employers hiring people without papers, but also requires...

Monday, August 1st, 2011

California Marijuana Eradication Evokes Secrecy, Military

By Tim Crews, Publisher, The Sacramento Valley Mirror Willows, California — Close your eyes, you nosy reporters and citizens. The helicopters and hundreds of officers spread out over the North State don’t exist, according to a score of...

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Know Your Miranda Rights

Who hasn’t heard about Miranda rights in television, film, or reference to any current news story? It is important to know that anyone detained by police and whose freedom has been curtailed has the right not to...

Friday, July 29th, 2011

Police Sued For Assaulting Latino Kid With Down Syndrome

The Ortiz family in Cleveland, Ohio are suing police there, claiming their 17 year-old son Juan, who has Down syndrome, was assaulted in a case of mistaken identity. The alleged assault took place in August of last...

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