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Too many corporations think about marketing to the 55 million strong Latino Market during Hispanic Heritage month or try on Cinco de Mayo.

However, these companies have put their money where their mouth is for Latino market. We'd like to call them our top "Three Amigos" aka The Three Caballeros 1944
AT&T “Between Two Worlds”
AT&T’s #BetweenTwoWorlds is the Hispanic movement in their expansive social media campaign #TheMobileMovement, which launched earlier this year. The company began the Hispanic operation in July 2014 as an opportunity to connect and engage bicultural Latinos, particularly digital-savvy millennials.
#BetweenTwoWorlds focuses on the lives of young acculturated Hispanics between their teens and mid-30s, who easily identify with both mainstream U.S. culture and their Latino background. Accompanying the #TheMobileMovement is a Tumblr page similarly featuring Spanglish posts. The two hashtags can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.!/All/

Dunkin Donuts “Dunkin' Latino”
As of June 2014, Dunkin’ Donuts launched its Latino Twitter page, looking to cater to the company’s Spanish speakers. Last year, Dunkin’ Donuts also claimed to be the first national coffee retailer to make its website, mobile, and Facebook platforms available in Spanish and English.
With the social media campaign launch, there was a brief sweepstakes. Fans could follow @DunkinLatino and use the hashtag #MiDunkinEsTuDunkin to enter a chance to win a $100 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card for themselves and a friend. The brand is now supporting their digital Hispanic movement with hashtags such as #MiDunkin and #DunkinLatino.

McDonald’s “Me Encanta”
Back in 2011, McDonald’s introduced its Spanish-language Twitter campaign. @MeEncanta is a Spanglish-based account used to interact with fans about promotional deals through music, sports and education.
McDonald’s Latino movement is currently engaging its online audience with its hashtag #MiMomento. The hashtag, however, has not seemed to catch on yet with many of the posts coming from unrelated tweets.



US Congress members and state legislators have increasingly grown lazy and voters should exercise their right to vote, to get representatives working again and staying away from special interests and corruption.

Some observers may say it is probably not possible if the past record is any indication, but dishonest or fraudulent conduct by those in power, typically involving bribery must stop immediately.

Existing holders of political offices could be replaced during the upcoming elections where priorities are defined, established to improve structural advantages for all Americans.

Repair Obamacare


Repeals and replace #Obamacare was nothing more than GOP Hot Air. Make no mistake about it, this vote is a major blow to President Trump and Republican lawmakers, who promised to repeal and replace Obamacare. The US Congress will not repair Obamacare. Will Trump learn the hard way that his Tweets, threats, and multiple golf outings get him nothing done in DC?

US Congress may be finally realizing it's time to move on once and for all. GOP Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is finally urging all members of the entire Senate to move on after that chamber narrowly rejected their last ditch effort to repeal Obamacare.

The US Senate narrowly defeated a bill early Friday that would have repealed limited portions of the Affordable Care Act also known as Obamacare. US Senator John McCain was able to cast the deciding vote against the plan.

Senators voted 49-51 for the bill, falling two votes short of the 51 votes needed to pass the legislation. In addition to McCain, Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska also voted against the failed bill.

Wary on two day headlines...


The adjective is used in feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems.
"dogs that have been mistreated often remain very wary of strangers"

Synonyms: cautious, careful, circumspect, on one's guard, chary, alert, on the lookout, on one's toes,

Middle East grows wary of Trump, despite ventures in region



My video surveillance cameras saw it first and then my eyes confirmed the snow. There's apparently going to be a white and cold Christmas in New York City, unless the white flakes melt before December the 24th.

Please, allow me to offer a few favorites, beginning with my DaD's number one crooner, Bing Crosby.

WHITE CHRISTMAS - Bing Crosby via @YouTube

Dean Martin - Let it Snow! via @YouTube

White Christmas - The Drifters via @YouTube

Will Democracy End?


What if US had another democratically held election and nobody cast their ballots? Americans’ distaste for Trump And Clinton Is non-presidential. Registered voters don’t appear to be thrilled at the prospect of voting for either Hilary Clinton, Donald Trump. These two are more strongly disliked than any presidential nominee since the camp pain known as The Revolution of 1800. My God!

Jungle Primary


All eyes are on a political Tarzan of the Georgia jungle Tuesday. A nonpartisan blanket primary election in which all candidates for the same elected office, regardless of respective political affiliation run against each other at once, instead of being segregated by political party.



US Congress will soon return from yet another long vacation, and the do nothing legislative group will be facing their own version of Mission Impossible filled with perilous political predicaments.

While some say our national leadership will certainly have its hands full, others fear it will be business as usual and very little will get accomplished before their next vacation.

5 perilous issues for Boehner when Congress returns via @usatoday

Obama’s Quiet Vacation Will Yield to a Noisy September

Unlucky Thirteen


For many Americans, going online is an important way to connect with friends and family, shop, get news and search for information. Yet today, 13% of U.S. adults do not use the internet, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of survey data.



President Trump is expected to announce the fate of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, also known as DACA today.

He has been promising to kick many kids, students and some working men and women out of the country for a while, but now he has opted to shove off that Obama administration program to lawmakers rather than following through on yet another threat of declaring an immediate end to the protections. Is this yet another example of pointing the blame elsewhere? The Note: Trump resists ownership of DACA as decision looms -

Investigators Need Investigating


When Ethics Investigators Need Investigating: A New York government commission set up to ensure that government officials perform ethically may be having some ethical problems of its own.

The commission is called JCOPE, which stands for Joint Commission on Public Ethics, and it’s supposed to keep tabs on the lobbyists who get big bucks for influencing government.
Now, it seems the commission is ready to do something far beyond its authority.

It may want to police the press. At least that’s the way some journalists and public relations people see it.