On Cinco de Mayo, Nancy Pelosi draws inspiration from the Battle of Puebla to pass immigration reform

Cinco de Mayo is one of the least understood holidays, but if we poke around a bit in last year’s headlines, maybe we can put together a comprehensive definition.

MSNBC’s “Way Too Early” called it a Mexican heritage celebration while a sombrero-wearing producer danced in front of the camera while shaking maracas and swilling tequila straight from the bottle…

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