ALAN GURA: That’s a silly argument. The fact of the matter is that every city in America has important installations, foreign consulates, the president; members of Congress visit every state in the union. And the gun laws don’t change when important people are in town.

Asked about the lack of Latino officials in the top ranks of the Trump administration, incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Wednesday that Trump “has continued to seek out the best and the brightest to fill his Cabinet, but I don’t think that that’s the total reflection. We’ve got 5,000 positions. I think you’re going to see a very, very strong presence of the Hispanic community in his administration.”.

Power of a kind that up until then I had only heard people talk about and pretend to understand. Power to make the bunch of stuffy looking office drones close their eyes and daydream about driving into the night in a ’59 Caddy wearing Ray Ban shades with an electric guitar on the rear seat, a blonde in the passenger seat and a bag of mojo hand in the glove box. Power to bring out the good inside of you with a cheer and bring out the bad in you with a scream..

While accessories could easily punch up the look of any outfit, stylists insists that Swift lets her clothes alone do the talking. “Taylor likes classic, minimal accessories that help enhance her look, not distract from it,” says Lauren Vacula, Philadelphia based personal stylist from Share Some Style. “Think simple black Ray Ban Wayfarers or cute leather ballet flats.

It was the 87th minute of the World Cup game,moments away from Mexico’s historicupset against a reigning world champion, and the classicsong thunderedacross the 80,000 stands once more.As Mexicoclinched the win against Germany on Sunday, “Cielito Lindo” wafted from Luzhniki Stadium to the streets of Mexico City, where hordes of peoplepoured into the plazas, honking horns, playing drums and waving flags.Porque cantando se alegran (Because by singing, hearts get happy)In sports bars and households from Los Angeles to Washington, they crooned in unison, in pure elation to the song that just about every Mexican knows by heart.Cielito lindo, los corazones (Pretty sweet one, the hearts)Millions of Mexicans, celebratingthe triumph at home and far away, were united by a song that has become an unofficial anthemfor the nation. The song has been passed down through the generations within families both in Mexico and in theUnited States at birthday parties, weddings, Mexican Independence Day parties and soccer matches.”Cielito Lindo” is a symbol of Mexican nationalism, asong for moments of celebration. Ithasbeen played by mariachis in Mexico City to greet Pope John Paul IIin 1979 and, two years ago, Pope Francis.It is also a song that lifts the spirits in times of immense tragedy.