Category: History

Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
September 22, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,RNHA News Articles,Videos RNHA NEWS

The lives of Marco’s parents were forever changed in 1956 when they came to America from Cuba. Early on, Mario and Oria Rubio struggled being in the United States and wondered whether they had made the right decision. But in the decades that followed, America proved to be that shining city on the hill as
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Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
September 20, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,RNHA News Articles RNHA NEWS

José Celso Barbosa, a doctor and a politician, was born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico in 1857. He received his medical degree from the University of Michigan.  In 1899, he founded the Republican Party of Puerto Rico making him known within Puerto Rico as the “father of the Statehood for Puerto Rico movement.” He was a
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Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
September 16, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,Press Releases,RNHA News Articles RNHA NEWS

Foremost, Daniel is a Christian, a family man and a passionate defender of the American dream – he is a tireless champion for economic freedom and a defender of the individual rights enumerated in America’s Founding Charters.   Hispanic culture means a spirit of service to others (especially the vulnerable, the outcast and the least
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Conservative Hispanic Spotlight
September 15, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,Press Releases,RNHA News Articles,White House RNHA NEWS

Jennifer S. Korn is Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of the Office of Public Liaison.  In this role, Jennifer ensures the White House is building and strengthening coalitions with constituencies across the country, including the Hispanic community. Formerly, Jennifer served as Deputy Political Director at the Republican National Committee (RNC), managing the
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Equality Act Is Not All Glitter
September 1, 2019 Constitution,Entertainment,Faith,History,Latest,RNHA News Articles,White House Ariel Fierro

Equality Act Is Not All Glitter By Ariel Fierro August 29, 2019  Taylor Swift dazzled the stage at the Video Music Awards in Newark, N.J., with two of her new songs from her new album “Lover.” However, the words “Equality Act” were shown towards the first half of her performance, revealing her full support for
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Concentration Camps vs. Migrant Detention Centers
July 16, 2019 History,Latest,RNHA News Articles Ariel Fierro

What has been spread through the Left upon U.S. migrant detention centers being compared to concentration camps reveals that history was not explicit enough for them. Concentration camps are widely known through World War II events that happened within Poland, Germany, Austria,  Hungary, and other countries. Specifically targeting Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, people with disabilities, political
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Who will be the next Godfather of the Hispanics?
January 23, 2019 History,International Affairs,Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles RNHA

The Legacy of Bush ’41 and the Hispanic Community   The recent passing of President George H.W. Bush and the Nation’s solemn goodbyes to his personal and political fortunes appropriately recognized a man of integrity and honesty. A decorated WW2 veteran and leader of several high profile government agencies (The CIA and the United Nations,
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How Socialism left Honduras in Ruin
December 5, 2018 History,RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

Socialism has affected thousands of people in Latin American countries. One country that fell under socialist rule in Honduras. Honduras’s history of left-wing presidents is riddled with, the murder of children, declining economies and corruption. Two leaders in Honduras showed a lot of similarities with the Democratic party in the United States, Manuel Zelaya, and
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George H.W. Bush, Hispanics & Trump
December 5, 2018 History,Latest,RNHA News Articles RNHA NEWS

Today we regret to inform you all that President George H.W Bush, founder of the RNHA has passed away. George Bush and Ronald Reagan saw the value of reaching out to the Hispanic community and founded the Republican National Hispanic Assembly. President George H.W Bush said in a speech to the Republican National Hispanic Assembly
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The Untold Story of MS-13
November 18, 2018 History,International Affairs,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

MS-13 is an emerging Salvadoran street gang that is affiliated with the notorious Sinaloa Cartel. In 1980, MS-13 emerged in Los Angles as refugees from El Salvador and settled in the ghettos control by the Mexican Cartels. As the gang violence soared in the 1990s the Clinton administration fast-tracked deportations for 20,000 Central Americans convicted
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