Rick speaks with Ruben Navarrette Jr. about how Gov. Gavin Newsom failed farmworkers by vetoing AB616, legislation designed to make it easier for farmworkers to vote.
Ruben Navarrette Jr. discusses Biden's 21-point immigration plan and how it looks like something the Trump Administration would propose.
Jeff Logsdon, Tipping Point Faith Contributor joins Zach for a discussion of faith in technical times: how does faith adapt to our on-demand society? Where does it fit in and why does in-person presence still matter. Then syndicated columnnist Ruben Navarrette joins Zach to discuss immigration issues and, today they also discuss the Newsom recall effort in California.
This week I sit down and talk to Ruben about "Staking out the Middle Ground".Ruben Navarrette is a nationally syndicated columnist with The Washington Post Writers Group whose column is now in its 20th year of syndication. He is also a columnist for The Daily Beast, contributor to RT America, contributing editor at Hispanic Executive magazine, member of the USA Today Board of Contributors, host of the podcast "Navarrette Nation,” and founder & CEO of the upcoming podcast venture, “The Navarrette Sonic Podcast Network.” A former contributor to National Public Radio, he has hosted radio shows in Phoenix, Dallas, Fresno, Los Angeles, and San Diego. He has also contributed to the op-ed pages of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Los Angeles Times. He is a former CNN contributor who has also appeared on MSNBC, PBS, and Fox News. A graduate of Harvard College and John F. Kennedy School of Government, he is the author of "A Darker Shade of Crimson: Odyssey of a Harvard Chicano” (Bantam). He has worked for The Arizona Republic, The Dallas Morning News, and The San Diego Union-Tribune. He judged the contest for the Pulitzer Prizes in 2013, 2014, 2016, and 2017. A popular speaker on the lecture circuit for the last 25 years, he is also the founder and CEO of “Ruben Navarrette Presents…” which offers engaging conversations with Hispanic newsmakers and thought leaders. He is also a communications consultant who helps others find their voice, tell their stories, develop their brand, and build their own media. He lives in the San Diego area with his wife and children. ****All Views are my own. I do not represent any organization.****
En este programa de Catalina Conversaciones VIP, la editora de la Revista Catalina , se sienta con unos de los más famosos periodistas Mexicano-Americano que escribe solamente en Inglés , incluyendo los problemas en los Estados Unidos. Si, el dice qué hay muchos problemas en nuestro mundo, pero tiene confianza en el sueño americano ... o no?
This week, TV’s only “Liberal Sherpa“ Cathy Areu talks to long-time syndicated journalist Ruben Navarrette about the state of journalism today. When these two writers get together, the truth comes out. Or does it? Is AOC a genius or just a typical freshman in Congress? Truth is: Ruben Navarrette is just as confused about the state of media today as you are! And he’s been at it for 30 years!
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Tuesday, October 9, 20184:20 pm: Steve Goreham, Executive Director of the Climate Science Coalition of America, joins the show to discuss a new report from the United Nations that says some devastating effects of climate change may hit faster than expected4:35 pm: Mark Walsh of SCOTUS Blog on what the Supreme Court could look like now that Judge Brett Kavanaugh will come aboard6:05 pm: Denver Post Columnist Krista Kafer joins the show to discuss her recent piece in The Federalist in which she says the theatrics around the Kavanaugh confirmation made her want to rejoin the GOP6:20 pm: Ruben Navarrette, host of the “Navarrette Nation” podcast, joins the show to discuss why he says if teachers don’t love the profession they should leave it6:35 pm: Peter Reichard, President of the Utah Foundation, joins Rod to discuss their recent study on suicide rates in Utah and whether intervention efforts have been successful
Ruben Navarrette, The Washington Post Writers Group, talks about what Trump has gotten right. Movies opening this weekend. Hurricane Florence hammers the Carolinas.Dana Loesch and Thomas and Friends. Dems and mid-term elections. National Solar Observatory closed abruptly by the FBI. The victim mentality.
Could media across the political spectrum be doing a better job of reporting on politics, immigration and the President? Hosts Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela lead a discussion with MRC Latino's Ken Oliver-Mendez and nationally syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette to discuss the complexities of being a POC journalist under the Trump administration. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Representative Trent Franks of Arizona resigns after the House Ethics Committee says he had asked two female staff members to be a surrogate to bear his child. The House Ethics Committee has cleared Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes in its investigation into whether he disclosed classified information to the Trump White House. Syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette joins Ray via phone to discuss his take on the acquittal of the Kate Steinle shooter. An asteroid, big enough to destroy New York City, just missed Earth and NASA didn't notice. Is there extraterrestrial life forms beyond earth? California is considering replacing the new gas tax with a mileage-based tax on vehicles.
Paul Manafort indicted, Rick Gates indicted, and George Papadopoulos pleads guilty to lying to the FBI. What does this mean for the Trump administration? And what comes next? Hosts Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela lead a discussion on this and more with Cristian Farias, Legal Journalist for New York Magazine, and Ruben Navarrette, nationally syndicated columnist. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MS-13, the Los Angeles-founded international gang, is all over the news. But why is President Trump drawing attention to MS-13 now? And what is it really like on the inside? Hosts Maria Hinojosa and Julio Ricardo Varela lead a discussion with former MS-13 member and current director of Homies Unidos Denver, Gerardo Lopez. Plus, a check-in with columnist Ruben Navarrette on the RAISE Act and affirmative action. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.