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Can I Take a Lookie at Your Credit Report?

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on NPR's Tell Me More Looks at Couples and Cash

Remember when in matters of amor, being a “10″ was tops (Bo Derek anyone)? Not anymore and by a long shot if you add money to the mix. Imagine this date scenario: “Hi, I’m Viviana.  I’m an 800.  How about  Read More...

I’m Reading 50 Shades of Grey as Homework for NPR

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado is Reading 50 Shades of Grey for NPR

I took E.L. Jame’s Fifty Shades of Grey to the dog park and let’s say, the males started gravitating to me—and I’m not talkin’ ’bout the four-legged kind! I had to read this va va voooom novel as homework for  Read More...

Viviana Hurtado One of Huffington Post’s Top 50 Latinos on Twitter

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado 1 of Top 50 Latinos to Follow on Twitter

I was especially groggy this morning, having re-connected with a friend I haven’t seen in years who recently moved back to Washington.  We are kindred spirits, ruled–many times subverted–by our insatiable curiosity. We gabbed late into a school night. My  Read More...

“Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” or Latino Voters Explained in One Song

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on Latino Voters Explain in One Song: McFadden & Whitehead's Ain't No Stopping Us Now

Kitchen tables is where family budgets are stretched next to clipped coupons or if you’re digitally savvy like Cuponeando‘s Yoly Mason, bar-scanned into her smartphone.  Growing up we had a round table which held in its unbroken circle my dreams,  Read More...

The Urgency of Presente

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado in Latina Magazine on Election 2012: Young Latino Voters

I wish I was the Ezra Klein kind of writer who is fabled to churn out witty, incisive, and relevant copy in 20 minutes.  Until this weekly politics column I write for Latina Magazine.  I wrote it one day before President  Read More...

Candidate Impulso: Cristina’s or the Economy’s?

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on Political Traction: Candidate Impulso: Cristina or the Economy?

Cristina Saralegui, better known to Latinos simply as “Cristina” is Spanish-language TV’s Oprah.  Her popular talk show El show de Cristina for 21 years beginning in 1989 made her beloved among U.S. Hispanics who felt no one was speaking to them  Read More...

The Latino Vote: Checkmate President Obama

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on President Obama, DREAMers & the Latino Vote

“About damn time!” is what @Evelyn posted on The Wise Latina Club’s Facebook page after the breaking news that the Obama Administration will not just stop deporting DREAMers but that they will be given work permits.  About 800,000 illegal immigrants over  Read More...

Dos Mujeres, una Elección

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on Election 2012: Dos Mujeres, una Elección

Isn’t it nice when someone’s got the hots for you, when you’ve got something he wants? In this case it’s women, a coveted voting bloc by both Republicans and Democrats because like our seniors, they show up on Election day.  (Take  Read More...