Mexican Americans think of ourselves as both an immigrant ethnic group and a racially oppressed minority. After El Paso, that is a luxury we can’t afford. By: Ruben Navarrette Jr. , Opinion columnist\ USA Today For many Mexican Americans, it’s a poignant scene. In the film “Selena,” Edward James Olmos plays Abraham Quintanilla Sr. — the father of the famous … More After El Paso shooting, Mexican Americans can no longer be ambivalent minority
30 Seconds A 24 year old shooter opened fire in an Entertainment District similar to Sacramento’s midtown and within 30 seconds nine people were killed and 27 others were wounded. The shooter,wearing body armor reportedly had more than 100 rounds of ammunition in an popular entertainment area filled with people during the weekends. In Dayton, … More It isn’t over: Is Sacramento PD Ready?
Between Late April to Early June you can rent a car from Arizona or Florida from 8 dollars a day and return the car to most large cities in the country without additional charge. My last road trip was from Miami to New York City. This time I wanted to visit the Great South West … More 3300 Mile 11 Day Super Road Trip (Full)
Who needs a wake up call ? Somewhere between 10am and 11am a housekeeper loudly knocked on my door. HOUSEKEEPIN! HOUSEKEEPIN! Groggy, I yelled YES! Check out time is 11! I reached for my phone, it was-10:09am I screamed, I’ll be out in an hour! No response. When your sliding into home and your pants … More 11 day 3300 mile Super Road Trip (Day 3)Part 3: A perfect road to drop off a body
Eleven hundred Eighty Five miles south east of Sacratomatoville is El Paso Texas. When I told a couple of people I was interested in stopping in El Paso unroute to Austin, the response was usually why? Some people called it a hell hole. One person said its the scariest city he has ever been in. … More 97 minutes in El Paso Texas