Elección Presidencial y Existencial Estamos viviendo algunos tiempos bíblicos. No por ser ni muy religioso o nada, pero dado que la muralla de separación entre iglesia y estado en los Estados Unidos de hoy es más delgada que las laminas que usábamos de techo en mi país, sigan me la corriente un momento. Me imagino que hace…
Prepárense mucha. Su guía de votante#VoteDoña por fin ha regresado con la potencia de las prediciones Mayas del 2012.
Al-muthafuckin- right. The Vota Vato voter guide is back with the vengeance of the 2012 Mayan prediction. And if you thought my ancestors were bullshittin’ when they said the world was coming to an end – you must not be watching the apocalypse unfold before our very eyes.
Ay, ay, ay! This election is reminiscent of the 2016 Presidential race. Liberals all in their feelings because all of the candidates are meh – yet they’re trying desperately to convince you that their horse is the one to place your bet on.
Meanwhile, Lefties in the hood are shrugging their shoulders ‘cause none of these candidates truly embody the progressive values we seek in our leaders.
To add chile y limón to our deliciously vicious recipe, we dwell into the world of drogas: opioids and heroin to be exact.
The founders of this group immigrated to the U.S. and formed bonds with other people – who were born in the U.S. – but shared similar ethnic roots.
67% of us voted for Clinton, 29% for Trump. Yeah, 1/3 of us went with him. But, why?
Let’s start by explaining what it means to be Latino. Latino/Hispanic is an ethnicity, which creates a lot of confusion about our identity.