Despite acknowledging that she should not do so, on her current book tour United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor nevertheless waded into politicking, bashing both the Federal Government’s response to Hurricane María in Puerto Rico and exhorting Latino voters to go to the polls “to change this life for us Latinos.”



La etiqueta de 'antiinmigrante', utilizada por los medios de comunicación liberales para desprestigiar a aquellos que hablan verdades incómodas sobre la inmigración ilegal o por simplemente apoyar el cumplimiento de las leyes de inmigración en Estados Unidos, nuevamente acaparó los titulares en Univisión y Telemundo, esta vez en respuesta a las palabras expresadas por el gobernador republicano de Illinois Bruce Rauner sobre el lado negativo de la inmigración ilegal en la ciudad de Chicago.



The ‘anti-immigrant’ label – typically used by liberal media outlets to tar those who either speak uncomfortable truths about illegal immigration or who simply support the enforcement of U.S. immigration laws – reared its ugly head again on Univision and Telemundo, this time as a result of Republican Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner speaking about the downside of illegal immigration in the city of Chicago.



De acuerdo a las noticias en Telemundo, el senador Ted Cruz no tiene seguidores latinos de ninguna edad. Además, según Telemundo reporta en más reciente informe sobre la carrera por el senado en Texas, lo único que parece motivar a los electores a votar es su deseo de que los demócratas retomen el control del congreso.



Going by the coverage on Telemundo News, Senator Ted Cruz has no Latino supporters, of any age. And as Telemundo tells it in their latest report on the Senate race in Texas, the only reason apparently motivating people to vote is a desire to hand control of Congress to the Democrats.



In a sharp reversal from what occurred this past summer, when record-low Hispanic unemployment was met with absolute silence on the nation’s leading Hispanic television newscasts, the October 5 news from the U.S. Department of Labor that the national unemployment rate had reached a nearly 50-year low and that Hispanic unemployment had fallen to a record low received significant coverage on all the nation’s leading Spanish-language newscasts.



Univisión y Telemundo, las principales cadenas de televisión hispana, omitieron datos claves en sus recientes informes  sobre las instalaciones de detención para jóvenes indocumentados en Tornillo, Texas, comenzando por el hecho de que todos los llamados 'niños' en las instalaciones son en realidad adolescentes.



Top Hispanic television networks Univision and Telemundo omitted key facts in their recent reporting about temporary holding facilities for undocumented youth in Tornillo, Texas, beginning with the fact that all the so-called 'children' in the facility are actually teenagers.



Telemundo’s principal national evening newscast took note of widespread economic gains among U.S. Latinos — including unemployment below 5 percent for the fifth consecutive month - during coverage of President Trump’s big kick-off celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month at the White House.



Las noticias nocturnas en las redes hispanas del pasado viernes y sábado reportaron de todo menos buenas nuevas, específicamente el auge histórico que está experimentando la economía de Estados Unidos. Tanto Univisión, como Estrella TV y Azteca América optaron por concentrarse en los acostumbrados ataques a Trump dejando sus audiencias a oscuras sobre el provechoso informe de empleo emitido por el Departamento de Trabajo el viernes, 7 de septiembre de 2018.



Friday and Saturday evening news reports on the nation’s Hispanic networks were about everything but good news – specifically information relating to the booming United States economy - as Univision, Estrella TV and Azteca América chose to continue on a Trump-bashing binge while purposely keeping their audiences in the dark about the blockbuster jobs report issued by the U.S. Department of Labor on Friday, September 7, 2018.



Stocks set records, consumer confidence shot up, and economic growth estimates were revised up.

These three good economic news stories happened back to back to back on Aug. 27-29. Meanwhile, ABC World News Tonight, CBS Evening News and NBC Nightly News ignored all three on those nights.