KKK Recruiting In Oklahoma Doesn’t Go So Well

KKK Recruiting In Oklahoma Doesn’t Go So Well

January 10, 2012

An attempt by members of the United White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Okfuskee County, Oklahoma, to recruit new “knights” ended up doing a bit of the opposite, […]

Latino Artist Creates Own Business Model, Thrives

September 2, 2011

To chat with Franco Mondini-Ruiz is to be sucked into his world — art museums, New York City, Mexican mothers, San Antonio art society, gay parties, baroque wedding cakes, 18th […]

Oklahoma Immigration Bill Targets Smugglers, Not Businesses

NewsTaco May 12, 2011

Here’s a good indication as to where Oklahoma lawmakers’ minds are. The Associate Press is reporting An illegal immigration bill being considered by lawmakers this year will target human smugglers […]

News Taco To Go: Oil, México Violence, Tax Day, Airfares And Tornadoes

April 18, 2011

Today is tax day! Airfares will probably rise about 15% this year because of rising fuel prices, making the average fare about $390. Tornadoes that hit several states over the […]

News Taco To Go: World’s Oldest Man Dies, Budget, Food And More

April 15, 2011

The oldest man in the world, 114 year-old Walter Breuning of Montana, died Thursday; the story has tips to longevity. 6 people died from tornadoes that stretch from Oklahoma to Arkansas; […]

Latinos Outnumber Native Americans In Oklahoma

February 22, 2011

Latinos now outnumber Native Americans in Oklahoma, a state that has marketed if not truly valued its Native American heritage. The Native American Times (via AP) reports that, with recent […]

Oklahoma Sees Rise In Latino Students

December 30, 2010

The highest percentage ever of Oklahoma’s public school children are Latino, according to recent figures. About 12% of the state’s school population is Latino, compared to 55% white, 18% Native […]