Why I’m taking a break from CNN for a while

I realized today I’m going to have to find something else to listen to in the background while I work. Until now my distraction of choice for creating background noise had always been CNN. Not that I find their reporting super accurate or engaging, but it was something I could […]

Ana Navarro strikes again at NCLR

This weekend the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) held their annual conference in Orlando, Florida. As was to be expected, politics was a key topic for most of the event. One of the presenters that really stood out for me was Republican political commentator Ana Navarro. Her speech was […]

Thoughts on the Status of Mexicans in the U.S.A.

On purpose we have severely limited the amount of times we have written about the “D” word here on the blog. That’s mostly because in general we like to stay away from politics all together. Not because we are afraid to express our point of view or even because of […]

Selena Gomez opens up about lupus

Selena Gomez opens up about lupus

Selena Gomez has lupus. “As a matter fact” statement, that phrase is hard to write and read. It doesn’t get any bolder than that and I don’t mean it to offend. Instead, I’m hoping that this strong statement grabs your attention. I’m honestly happy Selena Gomez is bringing  awareness to […]

What "Dump Trump" has meant for U.S. Latinos

What “Dump Trump” has meant for U.S. Latinos

In the days since Donald Trump’s insensitive and less than flattering words about immigrants of Mexican descent many things have happened. One major network very publicly fired the real estate mogul. Then another. And then another. Several brands have also severed ties with the presidential hopeful citing his inappropriate and offensive language as […]

Go Goya

Go Goya!

Congrats on donating 20,000 pounds of food to San Antonio’s Catholic Charities this week! That’s a lot of frijoles! Well, actually, I’m sure they donated more than just beans. Regardless, we thought it was something worth saying ¡Ajua! to in acknowledgement. According to reports, the food was donated the Our Lady of Guadalupe […]

HAHMP Border Crisis Event

HAHMP Border Crisis Event

The numbers are staggering. The headlines, sensational. The debate, uber-political. And for many of us who are either immigrants or children of immigrants, this “border crisis” hits extremely close to home. Parties on both sides  have raised their voices and made their opinions clear. Still, that doesn’t change the fact that […]