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Hey @HuffpostDenver – Where’s this McDonald’s “Study” You’re Citing From A University Student?
31 Jul 2013 10:50 am
This story caught fire yesterday, and immediately raised my BS-meter to maximum stench:
This is how much more your Big Mac would cost if McDonald’s doubled their wages http://t.co/M5glrh7BY8
— HuffPost Denver (@HuffPostDenver) July 31, 2013
The problem is that they don’t post the supposed “study,” and at first misrepresented the author as a “research assistant” but later had to issue a correction. SO where’s the study, Huffpo?
They didn’t even describe his method at first, but after having to correct their admission, they added a very simplistic explanation. Again, without looking at the …
Why aren’t Hispanics protesting for Zimmerman like African Americans are for Trayvon?
16 Jul 2013 7:05 am
In a news cycle that has been transformed by 24-hour cable news and a social media into a pressure cooker perpetually boiling over, stories that would otherwise have only local repercussions can suddenly take on national importance when there’s a political agenda to be pushed.
One might wonder then why the African American community has been so successful in politicizing these the racially charged Zimmerman trial, while the Hispanic community seems to be lagging in the defense of George Zimmerman, who self-describes as Hispanic.
Partly this is because African Americans have a well developed practice of …
Why Marco Rubio will Recover from Tea Party Anger on Immigration
12 Jul 2013 8:00 am
When Marco Rubio burst on the national scene, he inspired nicknames like “the great Latino hope” and “Latino Reagan.” He seemed to be exactly what the Republican Party needed to revive its hopes among a growing Hispanic demographic hostile to the Republican Party.
With his recent and strenuous defense of the immigration bill which so many on the right have criticized for it’s “path to citizenship,” Rubio has lost a lot of the political favor he once had.
But has Rubio abandoned his right-wing base, or will he regain his popularity in time for …