The fallout continues for Donald Trump. Univision, the largest Spanish-language network in the U.S., has announced it is cutting ties with the Republican Presidential candidate following his vile accusation that immigrants from Mexico are “rapists.” Leading Latino groups are calling for NBC to cut ties with Trump as well.... Continue »
Univision, the largest Spanish-language network in the United States, has announced it is severing all business ties with Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. “At Univision we see first-hand the work ethic, love for family, strong religious values and the important role Mexican immigrants and Mexican-Americans have had and will... Continue »
Donald Trump is running for President, and at least one other person is really, really, really happy about it: The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart. But after all the horribly offensive remarks Trump made about immigrants during his announcement yesterday, we’re glad Jon is happy too, because we know that... Continue »
Yesterday, the latest GOP candidate for President in 2016 accused a majority of America’s undocumented immigrants of being “rapists” — and not one single GOP competitor has yet to denounce him for it. “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending the best,” reality television star and businessman Donald... Continue »
With a few notable exceptions, the 2016 GOP field has lurched right on immigration.  Scott Walker talks about 11 million people having to go back to their countries of origin.  Chris Christie calls granting citizenship to immigrants “extreme.”  Marco Rubio speaks out of both sides of his mouth, trying... Continue »
After years of bloviating and self-promotion, reality star and “business magnate” (according to Wikipedia) Donald Trump made it official and announced his candidacy for President in 2016. Trump already has a long history of extreme and outlandish comments on immigrants and immigration under his belt, and his rambling announcement... Continue »
After the election this month—when President Obama won the Latino vote by a 75-23% margin, conservatives of all stripes have been coming out of the woodwork to admit that the loss of the Latino vote doomed Republicans this year, and that the GOP must do better with this demographic... Continue »