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Ohio, the Other Border

By Maribel Hastings, America’s Voice - CLEVELAND, Ohio – Every Tuesday night in Painesville, Ohio, immigrants with a common denominator meet at a converted church: they are protagonists or collateral damage in the government’s deportation machine. The picture blows the water out of the argument that the deportations are focused on criminals or recent border crossers without […]

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Hispanic American Dismisses Ann Coulter on Amnesty

by Ann Kane - Will majority Hispanics ever vote Republican? Ann Coulter equates granting amnesty to illegals with increasing Democrat voter rolls. She sees it as a slam-dunk that if amnesty goes through, with the help of many Republican legislators, Republicans and conservatives will not be able to win elections in the future. Considering the Left’s takeover […]

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Cesar Chavez, The Brand

By Luis Alvarado - Today students in selected schools will either have the day off or will hear of the achievements of Cesar Chavez and his movement in California’s Central Valley in the late 60’s.  They will hear a narrative about the struggle against grape farmers in Delano, CA.  They will hear about the insurmountable obstacles […]

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The New Found Love for South Texas and The Hispanic Surname

By Alex Gonzalez – There is a new found love for the Hispanic surname in South Texas, mostly by Republicans. While the Party wrestles on how to woo Latino voters and tame the Tea Party rhetoric regarding Immigration, a new trend in South Texas shows that voters are opting for a Hispanic surname Candidate during […]

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E-Verify Does Not “Turn Off” Job Magnet

By Alex Nowrasteh - One of the main claims of E-Verify’ ssupporters is that it will turn off the job magnet that incentivizes unauthorized immigration.  A recent Working Paper by economists Pia M. Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny casts doubt on that. They find that E-Verify mandates in the states have decreased wages by likely Mexican unauthorized immigrant men by about 7.8 percent […]

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Joaquin Castro and Dan Patrick: Desperately Seeking The Spotlight

By Linda Vega – Texas is a success because Texans understand freedom: Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Enterprise. Most Texas Residents would agree that they like the fact that they are in control and not the politicians, which is why we value our Texas freedom. A recent online battle between U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro and […]

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Cafe Con Leche Republicans Is Proud to Endorse Rafael Dagnesses for Congress!

Ventura, CA – Cafe con Leche Republicans is proud to announce our endorsement of Rafael Dagnesses for California’s 26th congressional district. We feel it is important to bring attention to his efforts to serve all the residents of Ventura County (26th district), regardless of political party or socio-economic position. We encourage the voters of Simi […]

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Is President Obama Out of Touch with the Middle Class?

by Joe Steck (Mankato Times) – President Obama recently participated in a health care town hall with Spanish-language media. He responded to a question received via email, from a consumer who makes $36,000 per year and cannot find insurance for a family of three for less than $315 per month. The President responded that “if […]

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Ronald Reagan: “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction”

by Bob Quasius – It’s amazing how many liberals will rationalize the brutal repression of Venezuela’s leftist regime. Many apparently believe the old idiom “You can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs” Communists have been “breaking eggs” now for generations, and without exception every communist experiment has resulted in abject failure, and yet communism struggles […]

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No, Immigrants Won’t Make Welfare State Bigger

By ALEX NOWRASTEH AND ZACHARY GOCHENOUR - Republicans are worried about Speaker John Boehner’s immigration reform principles — chief among them that immigration reform will create a new Democratic majority. However, worries that new immigrants will increase the size of our bloated welfare state and further decrease America’s economic freedom shouldn’t be among them. In a new paper from […]

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