2012 Cafe Con Leche Republicans in Review: Our Most Popular Blog Posts

2012 was our first full year as Cafe Con Leche Republicans, after our founding in late October 2011. Here are links to our ten most popular blog posts from 2012, along with explanation for context. Please enjoy our blog, and make a contribution to fund our operations in 2013. 100% matching is available from a generous contributor.

The largest anti-immigrant organizations have deep ties to Planned Parenthood, and are not conservative at all! The ‘Tanton network’ is an unholy alliance of population control liberals and anti-immigrant bigots, and wants not only strict enforcement of immigration laws, but drastic cuts in LEGAL immigration as well!
Pro-Lifers: Did You Know that Planned Parenthood Goons Started the “Anti-Illegal Immigration” Movement?

Ann Coulter wrote an outrageous column trashing all Hispanics as lazy, welfare moochers, permanent underclass, etc. This Cafe Con Leche Republican blog debunked her claims with hard and credible statistics. Ann Coulter also wrote a column in 2007 comparing immigrants to roaches. Huffington Post liked our blog and wrote a column about it.
Ann Coulter and Her Libel of Latino Family Values

A Mississippi Democratic legislator introduced a ridiculous bill to rename the “Gulf of Mexico” as the “Gulf of America” to widespread outrage. He later claimed his bill was satire, which many did not find humorous at all! This Cafe Con Leche Repubicans news release resulted in news stories appearing in hundreds of newspapers in both the U.S. and Latin America.
GOP Group Blasts Bill to Rename Gulf of Mexico the “Gulf of America”

Eva Longoria retweeted “‘I have no idea why any woman/minority can vote for Romney. You have to be stupid to vote for such a racist/misgynistic twat.’ We found her comment outrageous and an affront to minority and women conservatives, and demanded an apology. This story had a happy ending, however, when Eva Longoria apologized and reached out to Cafe Con Leche Republicans to work together with us on immigration reform. Apparently Eva Longoria has more class than Ann Coulter, who has yet to apologize for any of her outrageous behavior, such as trashing Hispanics or calling Obama a “retard”!
Pro-Immigrant Group Demands Apology from Eva Longoria

This blog separates fact and fiction about voter ID and racial profiling. Liberals constant whining that requiring voter ID is racist has no foundation in fact, while racial profiling is a real problem.
Racial Profiling and Voter Intimidation – Fact or Fiction?

Among the many fine Republicans Cafe Con Leche Republicans endorsed in 2012 was Malvi Lennon for the Connecticut State Senate. Unfortunately Malvi was unsuccessful but remains one of our favorites. We hope she tries again!
Malvi Lennon Will Be a Valuable Addition to the Connecticut Senate!

Among the more outrageous practices of the Obama administration is the systematic refusal to recognize the citizenship of thousands of Latinos born in the U.S. by midwives. There is a major federal lawsuit underway to end the practice. CNN ran a news story, and CNN en Español produced a video about citizenship stripping.
Obama Administration Stripping Citizenship from Thousands of Latinos

In addition to our blog debunking Ann Coulter, Cafe Con Leche Republicans also sent her an open letter asking her to stop referring to herself as a conservative, and apologize for insulting Latinos.
Pro-immigrant GOP Group Slams Ann Coulter for Anti-Latino Bigotry

Following the meltdown of the Minutemen movement following the massacre by minutemen of a family of Mexican-American family of U.S. Citizens near the border in Arizona, minutemen Tim Donnelly and Gregg Imus wormed their way into the tea party movement and GOP. This Cafe Con Leche Republicans blog exposes Donnelly and Imus, founder and co-founder of the California Minutemen, and the criminal behavior of Minutemen. Incredibly, despite his criminal record and poor judgement, Tim Donnelly wants to run for Governor of California!
What Part of Illegal Don’t Minutemen Tim Donnelly and Gregg Imus Understand?

Cafe Con Leche Republicans asked Sheriff Babeu to quit the race for Congress. Babeu eventually dropped out of the race when it became obvious he could not win the GOP primary. Note: we don’t have an issue with his sexual orientation, but the allegations of intimidation and extortion show an underlying lack of character.
National GOP Group Asks Sheriff Babeu to Leave Congressional Race

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  1. January 2, 2013 at 12:20 am #

    Congratulations, Bob Quasius – on the great year of 2012 for this Blog Space – and ALL of the interesting threads and comments found within each thread !!!!!

    I’d like to start off 2013 with a calendar with various references to things that happened in history – for each month of 2013 – BUT, since I can’t start threads myself, I’ll just start with some interesting events in History for January.

    On January 17, 1970 – the founding of La Raza Unida Party happens in Crystal City, Texas. This is what the Wiki says about RUP – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raza_Unida_Party.

    Just reportin’

    Robert Allen

    Posted by boba123
  2. February 3, 2013 at 8:01 pm #

    Continuing with a list of dates for the Month of February –

    1.) Feb. 2, 1848 – The U.S. and Mexico sign the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidago, ending the U.S. war of aggression against Mexico – and increasing the size of the U.S. by a whole bunch.

    2.) Feb. 7, 1880 – The steamer “Earnholm” brings the first bananas from Costa Rica to New York City.

    3.) Feb. 12 – Honest Abe’s birthday!!!!

    4.) Feb. 15, 1898 – The U.S.S. Maine blows up in Havana harbor ignighting another aggressive U.S. war against Spain. Interestingly, Commodore George Dewey arrives in Manila harbor one week after the U.S. officially declares war – and Dewey cannon blasts the Spainish Fleet and Harbor Defenses – without loosing a single American life.

    Naturally, After winning the Philippines from Spain – America did to the natives there what Spain had been doing to the natives in Cuba – but it’s appearently OK for America, in a glory of Manifest Destiny – to do – whatever it wants to do !!!!!

    5.) Feb. 22, 1815 – Spain cedes Florida to the U.S.

    6.) Feb. 23, 1981 – The U.S. State Department issues a White Paper defending the U.S. Intervention in El Salvador against the Commies – that the World Press dismisses as more propaganda than anything else.

    Just reportin’,

    Robert Allen

    Posted by boba123
  3. March 3, 2013 at 5:48 pm #

    Continuing with a list of dates for the Month of March –

    1.) March 2, 1917 – Puerto Ricans granted U.S. Citizenship.

    2.) March 11, 1853 – U.S. Troops intervene in Nicaragua – The U.S. lands troops in Nicaragua to protect American interests – and lives of U.S. citizens – against political upheaval.

    3.) March 11, 2004 – Bombs on trains in Madrid kill 202 people.

    4.) March 17, 1960 – President Eisenhower authorizes secret training of Cuban exiles for invasion of Cuba.

    5.) March 20, 1898 – U.S. Marines invade Nicaragua protecting American property at San Juan del Sur. This happens in Feb, although the Spainish-American War doesn’t happen until April 25, 1898.

    6.) March 21, 1937 – Ponce Massacre – 21 Puerto Ricans killed in independence demostration. See – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ponce_massacre – which starts out saying –
    “The Ponce massacre was the largest massacre in Puerto Rican history.

    “It occurred on Palm Sunday, 21 March 1937, when a peaceful civilian march in Ponce, Puerto Rico, turned into a police slaughter that killed 19 Puerto Ricans and wounded over 200 others. The march had been organized by the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party to commemorate the abolition of slavery in Puerto Rico by the governing Spanish National Assembly in 1873. The march was also protesting the U.S. government’s imprisonment of the party’s leader, Pedro Albizu Campos, on alleged sedition charges.

    “An investigation by the Hays Commission put the blame squarely on the U.S.-appointed Governor of Puerto Rico, Blanton Winship. Further criticism by members of the U.S. Congress led President Franklin D. Roosevelt to remove Winship in 1939 as governor. Governor Winship was never prosecuted for the massacre. No one under his chain of command – including the police who took part in the event, and admitted to the mass shooting – was ever prosecuted or reprimanded.”

    7.) March 26, 1892 – Vigils and fasts and demostrations protest U.S. military aid to El Salvador – during Reagan administration.

    8.) March 31, 1927 – Cesar Chavez is born.

    Posted by boba123

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