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Economic Crisis Highlights Leadership Limits of Obama & Hispanic Chieftains

July 29th, 2011 · 3 Comments

Cross posted at DailyGrito. By Seneca Frankly, President Obama does not seem like he was fully prepared to be President. His hubris may have gotten the best of him. He ignited real hope and became lucky: Hillary Clinton became overconfident, GWB became a bane as a lame duck, and John McCain self-destructed. Ergo Obama became [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · Economics · Education · Hillary Clinton · Immigration · John McCain · Rep. Luis Gutierrez · Seneca

We’re Happy to Take Your Money! -And then blame you for everything else

September 24th, 2010 · 4 Comments

By Bender Bending Gonzalez and the Webmaster Why do immigrants (legal or illegal) come to this country? In search of a better life of course. I am an immigrant myself [Bender Bending Gonzalez], and I came to the U.S. to obtain a better education, a better job, a higher standard of living, and if at [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · Economics · Hillary Clinton · Immigration · Latin American Foreign Policy · Mexico

There. Is. STILL. No. Line

September 12th, 2010 · 2 Comments

By Pablo Manriquez One of the arguments frequently given in the comments of my most-recent Huffington post is, essentially, that “illegals should apply for entry into the United States and wait in line like everyone else.” In a perfect world, this argument makes sense. Historically the U.S. has been a harbor for “huddled masses yearning [...]

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Tags: drug war · Hillary Clinton · Immigration · Mexico · Sen. Robert Menendez

Seneca: Machiavelli & Exile Latinos

August 16th, 2010 · 7 Comments

Machiavelli’s concept of the nature of the exile element in the conduct of US foreign policy toward Latin America has been apparent for decades. Exiles are different from immigrants in that exiles leave their country and enter another hoping that changes will take place in their homeland and enabling them to return. Unlike immigrants, who [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · Cuba · Fidel Castro · Foreign Policy · GOP · Hillary Clinton · Latin American Foreign Policy · Republican Party · Seneca

DREAM Activist Gaby Pacheco Talks to LatinoPoliticsBlog

March 10th, 2010 · 7 Comments

A few days ago, I had the opportunity to speak with Gaby Pacheco, one of the undocumented Trail of DREAMS walkers, who is on a journey from Miami to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness for the DREAM Act and humane immigration reform. Gaby was kind enough to take a few minutes out of her day [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · community organizing and activism · Education · Hillary Clinton · Immigration · Rep. Luis Gutierrez · Rep. Mario Diaz Balart

Monday, First of March Musings

March 1st, 2010 · 5 Comments

Happy Monday & Happy March! There are a few items that I will be blogging about this week, but in the never ending search for new material, I came across this piece regarding Latinos and the “tea party movement.” Essentially, Latinos have become the perfect scapegoats for the Tea Partiers. Here’s the latest video from [...]

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Tags: Antonio Villaraigosa · California Assembly Speaker John Perez · community organizing and activism · Education · Hillary Clinton · racism

Afghanistan & Obama

December 4th, 2009 · 31 Comments

This week President Obama announced his plans for Afghanistan, and I am of the opinion that this war or conflict should have been the one addressed years ago instead of what was allowed to happen in Iraq. That being said, this piece by Tom Hayden offers some alternative ideas to the escalation. Those of us [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · community organizing and activism · Foreign Policy · Hillary Clinton · Iraq War

Hillary’s Debacle as Honduran Democracy is Served Up

November 28th, 2009 · 17 Comments

One issue that has been of recent concern on this blog is the coup and pending elections in Honduras tomorrow. It has been five months since the de facto rulers of Honduras have ousted the democratically elected Mel Zelaya with the military, illegally exiling him. In following due process, Zelaya should have been charged through [...]

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Tags: Barack Obama · Civil Rights · Foreign Policy · Hillary Clinton · Latin American Foreign Policy · Presidential Elections · Voting Rights