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Estados unidos Mexicanos 2122

Dentro de cien años nuestro país tan querido y amado, popular como ningún otro en este mundo será otro que ni reconozcamos. Lo digo yo que vivo en el extranjero y veo cómo mi país es admirado, imitado, haciendo presencia … Continue reading

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Jovita Gonzáles Comment 2

In Dew on the Thorn by Jovita Gonzáles1, the Anglo plays a rather significant roll not because we are not familiar with the eternal binomial in Chicano narrative between gringos and Chicanos but because it is an early ground we … Continue reading

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love is a pain

I wonder how aztec and maya loving chicanos will react to this. Specially La Voz de Aztlán. My, my indeed. Moctezuma was gay. He loved to gorgle the mayonesa; le gustaba el arroz con popote. Well, you get the picture. … Continue reading

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liberty of the press?

Boy, one can’t really go by all the propaganda that spews out from the internet. Worst of all is that I use mostly official mouthspeaks as a news source. Dang, do they tend to be lopsided; everything to fit their … Continue reading

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Haven’t just

I seem to recall Bartleby, that old Melville character that so baffles many of us in this so called modern world, whenever I cherish the idea of entertaining thoughts on Chicanismo. I feel am so way beyond that that the … Continue reading

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The little migra in every US Xicano

I have always had trouble believing am a Xicano. No matter that the evidence points to the fact that I am just that. This has become even more apparent for me here in Europe. the Nordic corner, isolated from Aztlán. … Continue reading

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Odd in a kind of freakish way

Pre-destination. I recall this worm in my belly. It used to be that I felt predestined to be a writer and it often permeated a great deal of my everyday life more oft than not in my love affairs. This … Continue reading

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Mexican elections 2006

Well, let’s git to the knilly willy of the ninny lilly. Elections in México, el suspenso is killing me. I wrote in my spanish blog that Calderón was already a winner, ooops, it’s a cultural thing would say this guy … Continue reading

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The Secret Politicians

Wish the Kos gang would have been around the turn of the 19th century, heck, what am I saying, just a few decades ago. History here. I have never liked the terms latino nor hispanic though I advocate latino more … Continue reading

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Mexican elections

Alright, alright already ese! So I’ve been recycling news yet there are less folk out there concentrating on the mexican elections than there are concentrating on it. Erhm, did that make sense? Either way, these elections matter. Lots. Beyond lots. … Continue reading

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