November 18, 2017

The 2016 US Presidential Election: Thoughts From A Hispanic Immigrant

I recently read an article where the author described the reasons he will vote for Hillary Clinton. In his explanation, he mentioned several comments made by Trump during his campaign. Without question, Trump has made a number of inappropriate comments. However, it’s important to recognize that a number of his comments have been taken out […]

Wikileaks exposes TWO WORDS that should TORPEDO Hillary’s Hispanic support…

It’s thanks to the emails from the DNC hack released by Wikileaks back in July that we know the DNC referred to Latino voters as “taco bowls.” They were likely making reference to Donald Trump, who, the day before, released a photo on Cinco de Mayo of himself with a taco bowl and the caption, […]

Hispanic Candidate Wins Primary State for First Time Ever—Media Ignores Because He’s a Republican

Because the DC Media believe it is a powerful weapon that benefits Democrats, nothing will ever stop them from using it. But if this same media truly believed in science and objectivity, the results in Iowa would forever end their relentless smears against conservatives as racists. Tuesday night, one of the whitest and most conservative […]

Byron York: Winning Hispanic vote would not be enough for GOP

Members of Promise Arizona in Action volunteers cheer as they as they leave their headquarters to go canvass a neighborhood for voter registration Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012, in Phoenix.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) After six months of mulling over November’s election results, many Republicans remain convinced that the party’s only path to future victory is to […]

NATIONAL HISPANIC CHRISTIAN LEADERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST A NUCLEAR IRAN

SAN FRANCISCO, July 9, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The following is a statement from Rev. Samuel Rodriguez and Rev.Mario Bramnick: We stand at the brink. As leaders in the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference and the Hispanic Israel Leadership Coalition, we speak on behalf of more than 40,000 Hispanic evangelical churches. The United States and other […]

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