One of the most repeated claims against immigration reform from conservative media is that legalizing immigrants would negatively impact the U.S. economy. Another is that immigrants take jobs from American workers. And that the economy should take precedence over immigration reform, despite the fact that immigration is an economic issue.
Read more: Study: Immigration is Good for the Economy
Is there a God? According to Mexican writer Juan Villoro there is.
He’s a soccer ball.
In his book “God Is Round” (“Dios Es Redondo,” Planeta, 2006), Villoro captures the devotion to this deity and how it culminates every four years in the world’s biggest celebration of sport – the World Cup.
Read more: Hope Kicks Eternal
Latino dads are having to shed a macho mentality on the home front, as cultural trends shift toward a more involved notion of fatherhood than many experienced on the receiving end during their youth. But when those dads are faced with the task of parenting without their children's mother at their side, the job is even tougher.
Read more: Fatherly Instincts
Stressless entertaining is fast becoming an oxymoron. With parties and social gatherings growing more and more elaborate, with everyone trying to outdo each other, hosting a get-together is a difficult task to undertake any time of year. Throw in some holiday chaos and it's downright nerve-wracking.
Read more: Stress-Free Strategies for Holiday Entertainment
“Luminary” is defined in the dictionary as either a body that gives light or a person of prominence or brilliant achievement. These Latino Luminaries embrace both meanings; they are the quintessence of the word.
Read more: Latino Luminaries