On Tuesday's America With Jorge Ramos, Fusion's Nando Vila advanced the left-wing cause of reparations to the descendants of slaves. Vila asserted "the moral case for reparations is a clear one. Black people are 16 times poorer than white people, because white people have systematically stolen wealth from black people for hundreds of years — through slavery, Jim Crow, housing discrimination, and various other crimes." He later suggested that one way to pay reparations would be to "pull it from elsewhere in the budget...like our excessive defense spending."
La vida imita a la parodia: Univisión anuncia adqusición parcial del sitio satírico The Onion
Someitmes art imitates life, and sometimes real life imitates The Onion. In the case of Univision, art and life and self-parody have now come full circle.
Univision has purchased a minority stake in Onion Inc. to "court younger consumers."
If the sex education question to socialist Senator Bernie Sanders didn’t already set the tone in Monday night’s Iowa Brown and Black Forum on Fusion, the questions grew even more asinine during Hillary Clinton’s portion when questions on race ranged from hyping the dangers of “white terrorism and extremism” to what white privilege meant to her to the need for reparations.
During Monday night’s Iowa Brown and Black Forum on Fusion, socialist Senator Bernie Sanders received questions on issues like education, gun control, and immigration, but also faced a rather bizarre one when a college student stepped to the microphone to ask Sanders if he would defund taxpayer funding for sex education programs in schools that allude to abstinence.
A missed opportunity for thoughtful discussion of the issues that affect minority communities, in lieu of a divisive identity politics agenda.
Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are being denounced by Univision's Jorge Ramos as traitors to their ethnic roots, because neither of them toe his preferred line on immigration policy.
Although there were many instances of bias within Spanish-language news media, these were the worst.
According to Fusion writer Charles Pulliam-Moore, there might be an undercurrent of gay love in the new Star Wars movie.
According to feminist icon Gloria Steinem, America’s best bet for stimulating the economy isn’t tax cuts or trillions of dollars in spending, but equal pay for women.
In a Dec. 15 interview with Fusion, Steinem claimed that “Equal pay for women of all races would be the biggest economic stimulus the economy could possibly have.” She specifically said it would be “way better” than the last stimulus.
Why wasn't Univision anchor Jorge Ramos' "gullible" smear against Catholics included in English-language version on Fusion?