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Mike McFadden

Cafe Con Leche GOP Endorses Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate

Marshall, Minnesota – National pro-immigrant Republican organization Cafe Con Leche Republicans today is pleased to endorse Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate. Bob Quasius, President of Cafe Con Leche Republicans, said “I’ve had the pleasure to speak with Mike McFadden, and found him to be a solid conservative with a solid grounding in free market economics. […]

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Dave Brat vs. Eric Cantor – The Bratquake Decoded

By David Salaverry – The loss by Eric Cantor to Dave Brat is indeed a political earthquake with aftershocks still rippling through the congress. Is the Tea Party resurgent? What are the implications for California? That depends on candidates. But it depends more on the electoral reality. Cantor lost because he was a terrible candidate—distant, dismissive, […]

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Dave Brat’s Immigration Stance Doesn’t Square With His Free-Market Flair

By Alex Nowrasteh – Dave Brat won a stunning and surprising victory in last night’s primary election in Virginia, unseating House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.). But Brat doesn’t seem to understand the very issue that seems to have dominated his historic upset and propelled him to Capitol Hill. Brat considers himself a free-market conservative, […]

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Charlie Crist

Can 89% Be Wrong, Ever?

By Raoul Lowery Contreras – It is not often that anyone can get 89% of any American group to agree on anything. In Florida, today, recent polling has concluded that 89% of Florida Democrats want to see a debate among Democratic candidates for Governor. Debates became the norm among candidates after the 1960 Richard Nixon—John F. […]

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Neel Kashkari Win Good for GOP

By David Salavery – The Republican primary math is interesting: As a pie chart, the Republican primary math is even more intriguing. Not to make too much out of the numbers, it’s still an eye opener that the combined Republican gubernatorial vote was significantly above overall GOP registration of 28.40%. Is that significant? Had Donnelly […]

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Carlos Vazquez

Cafe Con Leche GOP Endorses Carlos Vazquez for Congress!

Orange County, California – Cafe Con Leche Republicans is proud to endorse Carlos Vazquez for U.S. Congress in California’s 46th congressional district. Carlos and his family have an inspiring life story. His family lost everything after the communist takeover of Cuba, and his father was imprisoned in a communist prison because he fought for freedom […]

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Neel Kashkari

Cafe Con Leche GOP Endorses Neel Kashkari for CA Governor

Orange County, California – Cafe Con Leche Republicans is proud to endorse Neel Kashkari for Governor of California! “It is only common sense to recognize that the great bulk of Americans, whether Republican or Democrat, face many common problems and agree on a number of basic objectives.”—Dwight D. Eisenhower “Extremists on the left tend to be […]

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Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria’s Democratic Front Group – Latino Victory Project

by Izzy Santa – Last week, Eva Longoria launched the Latino Victory Project, a “non-partisan” political-action committee built to engage Latino voters and elevate their voice. At the launch, she said, “We want the political landscape to match the identities and reflect the reality of America’s people.” Yes, it’s imperative that we recruit, train, and build […]

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Will Hispanics Kill the Republican Party?

“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” – Mark Twain by Raoul Lowery Contreras – In my 23rd year, I met U.S. Senator Barry Goldwater (R-AZ) at the University of Oregon. He signed my copy of his earthshaking book, Conscience of a Conservative. Being a Republican before I was a “conservative” however, I answered the call […]

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Alex Gonzalez

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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