Analysis: Debunking the Lazy Latino Myth

Mary Mata December 12, 2012

By Cristina Constantini, ABC/Univision Click on the picture to read the story. [Photo by  Gage Skidmore]

Latino Vote Sprang From Local Touch

Mary Mata December 11, 2012

2012 Top Moments in Latino Politics, #1

Mary Mata

Why Ann Coulter Doesn’t Care

Mary Mata

By Latino Rebels Yes, the Latino digital space is burning with columns, analysis, and posts from both sides of the aisle aboutAnn Coulter’s “Tipping Pointo” piece, which basically was full of so much ignorance and […]

Latino Campaign Donors Look to Flex Their Political Muscle

Mary Mata December 10, 2012

By Karen Tumulty, Washington Post [Photo by nmy] Click on picture to read story.

Hilda Solis Calls on Latinas to Break the Glass Ceiling

Mary Mata

By Raisa Camargo, Voxxi The recipe for success isn’t so much about emulating a dog-eat-dog mentality, but rather it’s building a base of networks or what Secretary of Labor Hilda […]

Eva Longoria to Co-Chair President Obama’s Inauguration

Mary Mata

By Hispanically Speaking News Eva Longoria has been named one of the co-chairs of President Barack Obama’s inaugural committee after successfully helping during his re-election campaign. This year, the former Desperate […]