The media don’t like it when people point out their direct ties to the left. The Washington Post defended liberal billionaire George Soros and his funding of left-wing journalism outlet ProPublica Dec. 13. The paper lashed out at a GOP governor who pointed out ProPublica gets funding from Soros and other liberals.



Univision’s most recent investigative report, titled “Magnates de Dios" (God’s Moguls), is the latest in a long-standing history of the network's bias against faith-based institutions. Additionally, the series serves to smear a perceived institutional enemy of the network- which is also a part of Univision Investiga’s sordid history.



Years have passed but at long last, Univision appears eager to cover an email scandal that reverberates at the highest levels of government. And all it took was for there to be a Trump attached to it. On Univision's weekly public affairs show, Al Punto, Republican analyst Adolfo Franco does a fine job of redirecting any attempt to spin the Clinton e-mail scandal as being only about the use of personal -mails in the conduct of official government business.



Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos proves, once again, that racialism for its own sake is critical to his worldview, as past statements belie his most recent call for more Hispanic representation in the United States Congress. The call is there, but is it real? What does Ramos really mean?



En una entrevista reciente con el medio español El Intermedio, el presentador senior de Univisión Jorge Ramos habló con completa candidez al revelar su desdén por el segmento numeroso de latinos estadounidenses que votan por republicanos, incluyendo por Donald Trump.



El veterano presentador del Noticiero Univisión Jorge Ramos siempre habla con mayor candidez, no cuando comparece ante CNN o Fox News o siquiera CNN, sino cuando se dirige al público fuera de los Estados Unidos.



In a recent interview with the Spanish media outlet El Intermedio, Univision's senior news anchor, Jorge Ramos, was completely upfront in revealing his disdain for the sizeable segment of U.S. Latinos who vote for Republicans, including for Donald Trump.



Univision's senior news anchor, Jorge Ramos, is always at his most candid not when appearing on CNN or Fox News, or even on domestic Spanish-language television, but rather when addressing audiences outside the United States.



Univision may have broken the irony meter with this particular booking: Congressman Luis Gutiérrez on Sunday political talker Al Punto, in order to discuss the recent attempted mail bombings and make distinctions between types of nationalism. Given Gutiérrez’ history, perhaps it would’ve been best that he sit this one out.



The top domestic Spanish-language television networks, Telemundo and Univision, have pounded the voter registration and turnout drum, as they have for every election cycle, and yet they’ve remained silent on the race to replace an icon and pioneer in Florida’s 27th Congressional District.



Halloween has not yet arrived, but Americans’ radars are already jammed with scary things. Journalists being cut to pieces by bone saw, suspicious packages popping up in the post, and our porous borders surely turn stomachs better than any ghoulish costume, but here’s something that ought to elicit a laugh.



El senador Cory Booker (D-NJ) compareció recientemente al semanario político Al Punto de Univisión donde admitió la premisa de varios artículos que surgieron durante las pasadas semanas, es decir, que los demócratas están teniendo dificultades para persuadir a los hispanos a que voten por ellos en las elecciones de medio término de 2018.