Category: International Affairs
Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
The Republican National Hispanic Assembly dedicates this National Hispanic Heritage Month spotlight to Poet and journalist José Martí, who spent his short life fighting for the freedom of Cuba, that the years would fall prey to dictator Fidel Castro. José Martí was born to poor Spanish immigrant parents in Havana, Cuba, on January 28, 1853.
ICYMI | CNN Immediately Botches Facts On Trump Admin’s Move To Terminate Flores Settlement
Daily Caller By Amber Athey August 22, 2019 Link to article here. CNN mischaracterized the Trump administration’s new rule on immigration less than an hour after it was announced Wednesday. As the Daily Caller reported Tuesday night, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is establishing national standards for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) family residential
The Human Trafficking Crisis in Mexico Is Real
One of the most prominent arguments against building the wall is that there is not a crisis at the U. S.-Mexico Border. The mainstream media continue the narrative that the Trump administration fabricated the crisis in order to fund the Wall. Nothing could be further from the truth. Approximately 30 million individuals are the victims
Border Crisis and Cages: Democrats or Republicans? We know!
Legitimately concerned by an increasing border crisis, the Trump administration asks for Congress to pass legislation on comprehensive immigration reform. However, not including the multiple times’ Democrats have voted against any border relief funds to address the crisis, two Republican-led bills presented were overwhelmingly defeated this past year with a 100% vote against the bills
The “Student Demonstration” at Rice University
As media flooded Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston, Texas, a protest was held outside Baker Institute. The university’s news and media announced, on March 28th, Vice President Mike Pence would address the issue with Venezuela on April 5th. However, students were not in unison with the university’s belief of allowing the
Rice University Students Petitions VP Pence Off University Grounds
Rice University, commonly known for being a private research institution, lies in the heart of Houston, Texas. On March 28th, Rice University News & Media announced Vice President Mike Pence will deliver remarks to the community about Venezuela on April 5th at the University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. As this announcement swirled with additional
Who will be the next Godfather of the Hispanics?
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,
Terror at Strasbourg Christmas Market
A Christmas market in Strasbourg France was under siege after a lone gunman unleashed a vicious attack. This city is located on the border with Germany. Multiple reports have confirmed that there are eleven people injured and four casualties. Officials are treating this as a terrorist act and are hunting down the gunman who is on
China-US Trade War Truce: An Example of American Resilience
The Trade War between the United States and China extends back to August of 2017 when Robert E. Lighthizer initiated a Section 301 investigation on China’s trade practices. In March 2018, the Trump Administration released a 215-page report concluding that China engaged in discriminatory practices that hindered United States Commerce within their country. Shortly after
The Untold Story of MS-13
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