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The fight continues.
"It’s the right thing to do. And it will make America stronger," he said Saturday.
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We fight to get it back
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Coming soon - all English Fernando Espuelas Show on Univision America. Let me know if you'd like to join me in a Google hangout to discuss why I'm launching this show. 
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Hillary Clinton, please take a moment to thank Rep. Steve King for his tremendously effective effort to assure your election in 2016. When it comes to rapidly ascendant American Latino and Asian-American voters, Steve King and his radical ideas are t...
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The Reich Wing still haven't learned from Mitts loss.
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My new op-ed: 

#Scott Walker Is 2016's Mitt Romney

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Enter Scott Walker's politics of fear. For the party that rhetorically champions self-reliance, the emphasis on creating fear and despair in the electorate is ironic, but effective. Why blame yourself for economic insecurity when you can blame a face...
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+Richard Hunt oh that was really cute. Should be a bumper sticker. But the bigger question, who in their right mind would vote for a pay for play candidate? 
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My new article: Enraged congressman confronts me at the airport 

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It was, in retrospect, a terrible idea. Waiting to board a plane at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., I saw a member of Congress who had been on my radio show. Let's call him "Larry," because our conversation was off-the-clock an...
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My new article: "Wake up, Democrats — Koch empire targets 2016 Hispanic vote"

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Por Dios como se atreven a decir que son la minoría en Texas cuando yo se de una señora que ofrece dinero y viajes a sus vecinos para que voten por los republicanos y se los lleva a todos a votar Por favor es increíble lo bajo que caen y luego se quejan de como están las cosas en ese estado 
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If anybody is calling me, I've just realized that I lost my phone in a DC cab a few hours ago.
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Fernando please reply we are long time listeners 
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Appeals Court Denies Bid to Let Obama Immigration Plan Proceed

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The three-judge panel in New Orleans left in place an order temporarily halting President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
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+Robert Varga yea I know.....I was just saying for the rest of his term! Almost there. 
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My new article: "Steve King Proposes American Apartheid"

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My new article: Scott Walker is the GOP's new self-deportation champion 

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My new article:

Koch Brothers Aggressively Hunting 2016 Hispanic Vote

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Only when the Democratic Party takes Latino voters seriously enough to fully engage them, will their candidates be truly competitive in 2016....
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Lamento  mucho que opines asi, ccreo que este es un gran pais, pero que a la vez ha cometido muchos errors.

Tienes que empezar por la historia de como fue creado este pais, fue a base de una invasion extranjera, que tenia poder, no derecho, y que vino a quedarse sin ningun tipo de documentacion, solo por las armas que posee el mas poderoso, aunque tenga que darle la espalda al que lo recibio con las manos abiertas. Se apropiaron de las tierras de los nativos, les ultrajaron sus mujeres y los ubicaron en campos de concentracion que les llamaron "Reservaciones"

Te recuerdo ademas que aunque en la Constitucion de este pais dice que todos los seres humanos  fueron creados iguales, para ese tiempo solamente eran considerados seres humanos los blancos de su circulo. Los negros, los indigenas, etc, no eran considerados seres humanos.

Aunque no soy Catolico reconozco una verdad en el Papa Francisco cuando dice que una de las grandes causas de la migracion es el hambre y consider que es verdad. Desafortunadamente grandes consorcios de este pais ha ido a nuestra America Latina y han comprador a nuestros politicos corruptos para crear grandes corporaciones en nuestros territories para producer bienes a costa de mano de obra barata y que es la que ha creado toda esta miseria, ademas nos han hecho participes eb conflictos que no eran los nuestros y tuvimos que colocar los muertos. Puedo seguir con mas pero nos es el proposito.

El pasado no lo podemos cambiar, pero si tenemos la oportunidad de construer un future major, debemos dedicar todos nuestros esfuerzos a eso y para lograrlo debemos estar unidos, sentir orgullo de lo que somos, no dejarnos explotar, pero tampoco volvernos unos explotadores.

Hay un solo camino para avanzar y es educarnos, en la ignorancia somos muy vulnerables.
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My new article:
Once your party's platform is nothing more than a projection of atavistic fears, you can't suddenly turn it off.
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Gracias por este artículo. Es excelente información.
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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.
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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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