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Michael Steele tells me that Donald #Trump is poised for victory in #Iowa - on this Sunday's Matter of Fact

http://matteroffact.tv/michael-steele-trump-poised-for-victory-in-iowa/
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele discusses the upcoming Iowa caucuses.
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Section of President Obama's last #SOTU speech tonight:

"America has been through big changes before – wars and depression, the influx of immigrants, workers fighting for a fair deal, and movements to expand civil rights. Each time, there have been those who told us to fear the future; who claimed we could slam the brakes on change, promising to restore past glory if we just got some group or idea that was threatening America under control. And each time, we overcame those fears. We did not, in the words of Lincoln, adhere to the “dogmas of the quiet past.” Instead we thought anew, and acted anew. We made change work for us, always extending America’s promise outward, to the next frontier, to more and more people. And because we did – because we saw opportunity where others saw only peril – we emerged stronger and better than before.”
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Here's my new op-ed. With new education law - parents must take charge of their kids' education. If you agree, please SHARE. Thanks!

http://matteroffact.tv/bottom-line-better-educational-scores-start-with-parents/
Fernando Espuelas shares his thoughts on the status of education in the U.S. and what it will take to improve.
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Can young people save us from murder, riots and other racially-motivated mayhem? My interview with one young man fighting to save his city:

http://matteroffact.tv/youth-leader-helps-baltimore-heal-after-freddie-gray-mistrial/
Farajii Muhammad talks to Fernando Espuelas about efforts to help Baltimore heal in the wake of a mistrial in the Freddie Gray case.
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Huge budget deal - a compromise in Congress. But why is this top Democrat so unhappy?

http://matteroffact.tv/u-s-budget-compromise-highlights-safety-security/
Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., the chairman of the Democratic caucus, talks with Fernando Espuelas about the budget compromise that will fund the federal government through September.
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Just posted this week's Matter of Fact:

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Get hard-hitting, balanced coverage of issues that impact your future; break through the noise with insights about what’s really going on.
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Hola fernando, quisiera saver en que estacion de radio o canal de television te puedo escuchar o ver hombre que una parte sino todos los hispanos nesesitamos que nos ensenes a entender la politica . Grasias por tu esfuerso y por tu lucha y siguele dando duro a esos politicos rasistas.
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Why is a guy named Fernando hosting a new, national Sunday #political talk show?
November brought a groundbreaking new show to Hearst Television (Hearst TV): Matter of Fact with Fernando Espuelas. The weekly, half-hour...
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Let's be optimistic in 2016 -- and work like hell to make big things happen in our lives and the nation. Happy New Year.
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Si Feliz aňo nuevo Fer.
God bless you and your family. And hopefully on this new year the Hispanic community has better chances with immigration laws. 
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This is fun - a guide to understanding the candidates' body language and their true feelings.

http://matteroffact.tv/what-does-body-language-say-about-presidential-candidates/
A body language expert examines the performances of the Republican presidential candidates in recent debates.
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You can no longer win elections without the Millennial vote. A Republican political strategist tells me how to win this voter group.

http://matteroffact.tv/what-presidential-candidates-need-to-know-about-millennial-voters/
An expert on millennial voters provides some inside information to the presidential candidates.
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do not mention faiyrtales and archaic mythology............ they assume anyone mentioning a sky daddy is old and uneducated.... http://www.pewforum.org/2010/02/17/religion-among-the-millennials/  
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Miss it on TV? Watch my show at www.matteroffact.tv
Get hard-hitting, balanced coverage of issues that impact your future; break through the noise with insights about what’s really going on.
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College protesters aren't the real threat to America's liberal values. Rabid Islamophobes are.

http://theweek.com/articles/589932/college-protesters-arent-real-threat-americas-liberal-values-rabid-islamophobes-are
The Republican frontrunner for president is advocating outright religious persecution. That is so much worse than anything happening at Yale or Mizzou.
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Fernando Espuelas is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute. A political analyst on television, radio and print, he is the host and managing editor of “The Fernando Espuelas Show,” a daily political talk-show syndicated nationally by the Univision America Network
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  • Political Analyst
    2008 - present
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Washington, D.C.
Previously
Los Angeles - New York - Miami - Montevideo - Greenwich - New London - Buenos Aires - Port Chester - Stamford
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Fernando Espuelas is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute, a political analyst on television, radio and print.
Introduction
Fernando Espuelas is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute.  A political analyst on television, radio and print, he is the host and managing editor of “The Fernando Espuelas Show,” a daily political talk-show syndicated nationally by the Univision America Network.

Bragging rights
New York Magazine New York Award (1999); Hispanic Business Magazine 100 Most Influential Hispanics (1999); Hispanic Business Magazine 100 Most Influential Hispanics (2000); Crain's New York magazine "2000 All-Star Business Leader" (2000); Latin Trade Magazine's Bravo Award, "Internet CEO of the Year" (2000); Hispanic Business Magazine "Hispanic Entrepreneur Award"(2000); The Hollywood Reporter "THR's Latino Power 50" (2007); U.S. Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) "100 Most Influential Hispanics and Rising Stars in Information Technology" (2008 & 2009); PODER Magazine "The Nation's 100 Most Influential Hispanics" (2012)
Education
  • Connecticut College
    History, 1984 - 1988
  • Greenwich High School
    1981 - 1984
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