Comedian Paul Rodriguez Cuts an Ad for Romney

Mexican American actor/comedian Paul Rodriguez cut a radio ad this week for Mitt Romney in Spanish. You can listen to the ad by clicking here. This isn’t the first time Rodriguez has ventured into the political space. He’s been involved in water issues in California’s Central Valley, and …

Puerto Rico Votes on Status: A Primer on Independence

As Puerto Ricans get close to Election Day, voters will face three non-territorial (read: colonial) options regarding their political relationship with the United States. These options are: Independence, Sovereign Commonwealth and Statehood. The current status, “commonwealth” is a territorial status since it falls under the U.S. Constitution’s territorial …

Voter Fraud: 4 GOP Staffers Indicted in “Blatant and Disgraceful” Election Fraud

Four congressional staffers of former Republican Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), who resigned from Congress on July 6, will face criminal felony charges for voter and election fraud in Michigan.  The charges were announced by Michigan’s Attorney General today. The election fraud, described as “blatant,” includes forgery and faking petition …

Ana Navarro

Ana Navarro was born in Nicaragua. In 1980, as a result of the Sandinista revolution, she and her family immigrated to the United States. Ms. Navarro is a graduate of the University of Miami. In 1993, she obtained her Bachelor in Arts with Majors in Latin American Studies …

Is Marissa Alexander Stand-Your-Ground Reverse Trayvon?

Stories being brought to light are bringing into question the way the Stand Your Ground laws have been applied, or not applied, in the past. Two stories appear to highlight a possible double standard regarding the application of “stand your ground.” The 2010 case of Marissa Alexander and …