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Republicans Reject Cesar Chavez Day…Again


April 03, 2017 

Senator Bob Menendez and senate minority leader Chuck Schumer proposed legislation to honor worker’s rights leader Cesar Chavez on what would have been his 90th birthday. Not one Republican would co-sponsor or back the resolution. This is the tenth year in a row that Menendez and Schumer tried to honor Chavez. Menendez said, “At a….

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What Last Night’s Election Means For Latinos


November 05, 2014 

In yesterday’s midterm elections the Republicans won several seats in both the House and the Senate putting them firmly in control of congress. They also made gains in several gubernatorial races across the country. But the question a lot of people are asking today is what impact will this change have on the immigration debate….

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Rick Santorum Tells Puerto Rico That They Need To Speak English


March 15, 2012 

Rick Santorum is in Puerto Rico today. He declared that if Puerto Rico wants to become a state, they have to speak English. Yeah, we know. He said, “As in any other state, you have to comply with this and any federal law. And that is that English has to be the main language.” Santorum,….

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Newt, Mitt, And The Battle For Florida’s Cuban Vote


January 26, 2012 

Newt and Mitt have both been in Florida this week playing the age old game of trying to out anti-Castro each other to get the Cuban vote. Which one of them will win the hearts of the hardliners and which one will be called a communist. These are the only two outcomes.

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Would We Claim Mitt Romney As The First Latino President?


January 24, 2012 

As I was watching the Republican debate the other night, something occurred to me: If he won, would Mitt Romney be the first Latino president? Hear me out. We previously reported on Mitt’s Mexican family. 100 or so years ago, Mitt’s great-grandfather left Utah for Mexico. This came after the Church of Latter Day Saints,….

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