By Jorge Bonilla | May 19, 2017 | 4:39 PM EDT

Univision ha sido consistente en la cobertura favorable que le ha brindado al convicto terrorista de la FALN Oscar López Rivera. Ahora que López Rivera ha salido en libertad conforme a los términos de la conmutación de su sentencia otorgada por el expresidente Barack Obama, la cadena se apresta a transmitir una entrevista exclusiva en la edición dominical de Al Punto, que podría describirse -en el término más generoso- como apología terrorista.

By Jackson Richman | May 19, 2017 | 2:04 PM EDT

One of America’s top colleges agrees with the Media Research Center’s numerous conclusions (gasp!): The media is biased against President Donald Trump. Though slightly different methodologically than the MRC’s study in April, a new study from Harvard’s Kennedy School of government concurs: the negative coverage during Trump’s first 100 days was unprecedented.

By Jorge Bonilla | May 19, 2017 | 1:16 PM EDT

Univision has been consistently supportive in its coverage of convicted FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera. Now that López Rivera has been released per the terms of the commutation of his sentence by former President Barack Obama, the network is set to air an exclusive interview on Sunday's edition of Al Punto that is best described, in the most generous possible terms, as terrorist apologia.

By Tom Johnson | May 19, 2017 | 10:42 AM EDT

A 77-year-old man died the other day, and, according to The Nation’s Walsh, it should have been a major learning moment for the Republican Party. In a Thursday piece about the career and legacy of former Fox News Channel boss Roger Ailes, Walsh mused that the passing of the GOP’s “intellectual patron” might “serve as a warning to the party” that “anger, arrogance and seething resentment of a rapidly changing country can be fatal.”

By Alex Xenos | May 18, 2017 | 7:30 PM EDT

Chris Cuomo spent the entirety of Thursday’s New Day on a crusade to push the Democratic Party’s narrative on the Trump-Russia situation. He proclaimed that President Trump has shown “clear intent to influence this Russia investigation, even after the appointment of a special counsel.”

By Jorge Bonilla | May 16, 2017 | 5:15 PM EDT

Goya, la empresa de alimentos hispanos más antigua y mejor conocida de los Estados Unidos, ha retirado su patrocinio del Desfile Puertorriqueño de Nueva York, como resultado directo de la decisión del desfile de convertir el evento en un homenaje al terrorista impenitente de la FALN, Oscar López Rivera. Pero, ¿y qué tal con los demás auspiciadores?

By Jorge Bonilla | May 16, 2017 | 3:19 PM EDT

Goya Foods, the nation's oldest and best-known Hispanic food company, has withdrawn its support from the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City, given the Parade's recent decision to become a vehicle with which to honor unrepentant FALN terrorist Oscar López Rivera. But what of the other sponsors?

By Jorge Bonilla | May 16, 2017 | 10:15 AM EDT

The long-standing relationship between Univision Executive Chairman Haim Saban and Hillary Clinton reached its apex last year, as the network colluded on various levels with the Clinton campaign. Despite catastrophic failure on Election Night 2016, there are fresh, telltale signs that the alliance is being renewed.

By Jorge Bonilla | May 8, 2017 | 3:01 PM EDT

Reports that charges were dropped against the alleged Rockville rapists led Univision to revert to its usual biases, with coverage that smeared conservatives and took immigration advocacy reporting to an absurd extreme.

By Seton Motley | May 8, 2017 | 11:45 AM EDT

Our recurring joke - that is itself a ceaselessly recurring joke - is when we mention the “Media-Left,” we always follow it with “please pardon the redundancy.”  The Media-Left merger is now seamless.  I could hand you a New York Times article and a Daily Kos article - and you would be hard pressed to determine which is which (aside from the latter’s propensity for profanity).

As Rush Limbaugh repeatedly points out - the Media are the horse, the Left merely the cart the Media drags along behind.  And the Democrat Party is the inert, inept product in the cart - dragged along by both.  

 

By Valentina Humphrey | May 3, 2017 | 7:07 PM EDT
To their credit, both Univision and Telemundo did include in their coverage of the usual May Day mayhem in Los Angeles a surprising counter-protest by a contingent of bold Trump supporters.
By Jackson Richman | May 2, 2017 | 2:36 PM EDT

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer blasted the press, as usual, Monday morning. "We go up there every day armed with a set of facts we have, and sometimes it becomes a game of gotcha, which is someone comes in and says, ‘Well, I know this instead,' and that's–if that's the game, it's who can stump the chump, then that's not really an exercise in trying to get to the bottom of a situation," he said on CBS This Morning