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As Anti-Latino Sentiment Brews, Is MSNBC Planning To Cut Its Only Latino Anchor?

MSNBC is making changes to its morning lineup, and Latinos have plenty of reason to be concerned. Two weeks ago, Mediaite reported on how the cable news network would seek to reshuffle its morning programming in order to expand “Morning Joe,” hosted by former Republican Representative Joe Scarborough, to a four hour block in preparation … Continue reading »

Latinos and Immigrants Deserve Fair Coverage From MSNBC

What kind of message is MSNBC trying to send our community? Instead of reprimanding Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, for his biased reporting on immigration  issues, they are rewarding him by expanding his show –“Morning Joe”–  to a four hour block. This move would effectively push José Díaz-Balart, one of the most respected … Continue reading »

Kris Kobach Explains Mitt Romney's Immigration Positions, Even as Mitt Romney Remains Mum on the Issue

For the past few weeks, it’s been hard to get Mitt Romney to say anything publicly about immigration reform. That’s a marked change from the GOP primary campaign, when the now-Republican nominee never missed a chance to burnish his anti-immigrant credentials to the nativist base of his party. Romney is trying to dodge the issue … Continue reading »

Lawrence O'Donnell to Mitt Romney: Take a Stand Already on Obama DREAM Relief

Since President Obama announced his new relief plan for DREAM Act youth last Friday, there’s been no shortage of commentary applauding him for his bold move.  There’s also been no shortage of commentary condemning Mitt Romney for refusing to take a stance on the policy change. Enter this great clip from MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell today, … Continue reading »

MSNBC Features LatinoVoteMatters.Org, "Cool, New Interactive Map"

At Netroots Nation last weekend, America’s Voice Education Fund and Latino Decisions launched our new interactive Latino Vote website, designed to let voters play with a variety of factors that could make or break the election in November. Yesterday, Latino Decision’s Matt Barreto was on MSNBC’s Jansing & Co to discuss the Latino vote in … Continue reading »

POLL: May 2010–NBC/MSNBC/Telemundo

In May 2010, NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo polled 700 adults, with an oversample of 300 Hispanic adults. The margin of error was +/- 3.7% for the full sample, and +/- 5.66% for the Hispanic oversample. Sixty-five percent of Americans support allowing undocumented immigrants to become citizens if they pay a fine, learn English and go to … Continue reading »