In San Bernardino: A womb provides the perfect cover

In San Bernardino: A womb provides the perfect cover

NewsTaco December 7, 2015

*Sam Quiñones sounds off on the San Bernardino killings, terrorism, gun laws and fanaticism, then he parallels them to L.A Street gangs, dope addicts and an ominous tale by Dostoyevsky. […]

Guns, Guns y mas Pistolas!

Mary Mata January 14, 2013

By Dr. Henry Flores, NewsTaco Before speaking to this issue I need to discuss my relationship with guns.  Full disclosure and all that, you know.  I love guns.  I deer […]

A Letter To Geraldo Rivera From A Hoodie-Wearing Black Latina

Mary Mata March 26, 2012

By Jackeline Stewart Dear Geraldo, A three-piece suit and a tie would not have saved Trayvon Martin’s life.  Urging black and Latino parents to “not let their children go out wearing hoodies” and […]

Arizona To Create An “Armed Militia” Along Its Border

Mary Mata February 22, 2012

America for the most part has been cringing and shaking it’s head at the state of Arizona’s absurd behavior in recent years. Aside from the few advocating that we should […]

1 Year After Gabrielle Giffords Shot, Aide Says He’s No Hero

Mary Mata January 8, 2012

Daniel Hernandez Jr., the Congressional intern who saved Rep. Gabby Gifford’s life on Jan. 8 last year, still declines to call himself a “hero.” A mentally-ill man fired on Giffords […]

These Are A Few Of Michele Bachmann’s Least Favorite Things

Mary Mata August 9, 2011

Michele Bachmann’s head literally explodes when asked about undocumented gay fetuses’ right to carry concealed weapons. She hates: Gays. (She hates them so much that she married one just to keep […]

Man Convicted Of Racially Charged Murder Of Latino Neighbor

Mary Mata July 6, 2011

Gary Thomas Kelley, 51, of Phoenix, Arizona was sentenced to 20 years in prison after shooting his neighbor Juan Varela in the neck after telling him to “go back to […]