Entries for May, 2012

Chicano Boycott may be in order for FOX News!

Tweet By DeeDee Garcia Blase Why does it seem like FOX news in Phoenix is supporting the weakest candidate for Sheriff Joe Arpaio to beat in the Arizona Maricopa County Race? Perhaps a boycott of FOX News is going to have to be in order and it will be easy for Latinos to do just […]

LULAC – Today is the Last Day to Receive a $25 Discount!

Tweet Today is the Last Day to Receive a $25 Discount! Individuals purchasing full registration pakages are receiving a $25 discount. The offer ends today Friday, May 18, 2012. FTI and Corporate packages include registration, seminars, meals, and all events (6 days). Youth, member & nonmember packages include registration and all seminars, meals and events […]

Stop The Presses! Disco Queen Donna Summer Dead At Age 63

Tweet Donna Summer, whom millions of fans revered as “the Queen of Disco,” has died at the age of 63 in Florida after a battle with cancer, the Associated Press confirmed with the singer’s family Thursday morning. [Summer performing in October 2011] The news comes as a surprise to those who were not aware that […]

Top Hollywood Stand Ups Unite for Fellow Comedian Rick Najera

Tweet Rick Najera & the ICU (Intensive Comedy Unit) Comedy Benefit Friday May 18, 8pm @ The Montalban Theatre LOS ANGELES (May 15, 2012) This Friday, May 18th, friends of award-winning writer/comedian Rick Nájera will come together to celebrate ‘familia’ with a special live comedy benefit. The show stars Hollywood’s top comedic performers including Johnny […]

ICE deportation reviews by the numbers, explained

Tweet The review of some 300,000 deportation cases in the nation’s backlogged immigration courts recently led to some confusing headlines after U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that about 16,500 pending cases would be temporarily put on hold, which some translated into these cases being “shelved.” But that’s not exactly how it works. As the […]

Arizona Caravan for Family Unity shows up to I.C.E.’s front door!

Tweet by Frank M. Miranda from Chicano Radio Network U.S.A. Blog Phoenix, Arizona  – Arizona Families traveled to Phoenix from Tucson to urge Arizona I.C.E officials and the Obama Administration to keep their promise and prevent Families from being torn apart. In June of 2011, the Obama Administration announced new guidelines shifting enforcement away from […]

Marcelino Quiñonez: The Latino Vote, President Obama, the Party of “Hell No” and the DREAM

Tweet President Obama and the Importance of the Latino Vote By Marcelino Quiñonez There is a growing trend among Latino Activists who have preached not to support President Obama’s reelection campaign because of his lack of effort in regards to comprehensive immigration reform. In an interview with Jorge Ramos from Univision, then candidate Obama promised […]