Category: Local Politics

Critical Race Theory is a threat to Latinos!
June 22, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Dennison Rivera

Why Latinos must stay clear from CRT HELENA – Meanwhile, President Biden pushes to spread Critical Race Theory across the nation, Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen issued an “Attorney General’s Opinion” (AGO). His stance holds the use of CRT and “antiracism” programming as discrimination and concludes that it violates federal and state law. The importance
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Republican Party of Texas candidate Matt Rinaldi
June 21, 2021 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Jennifer Knesek

Tonight I interviewed Matt Rinaldi for my column Winning on the American Idea. He is running to become the Chair of the Texas Republican Party.  Why are you running? Why now? I’m running because I believe it is more important than ever before to have a strong Republican Party that not only wins elections and gives
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Democrat Politics of Death
June 16, 2021 Local Politics,News Column,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Rey Torres

The latter portion in New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s term of office has been rife with controversy, bringing national scorn to our gleaming, polished Big Apple.  Of late, Governor Cuomo is drawing still more ire over the nursing home residents’ deaths scandal, as a result of underreported COVID-19 mortality statistics. When the COVID-19 nursing home patients’ death rate reached 15,000, Governor Cuomo
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SCOTUS Ruling Preserves 2nd Amendment
June 11, 2021 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS), in a unanimous decision for Mr. Edward Caniglia, ruled Monday that the community caretaking exception to allow for a warrantless search into a person’s home and confiscation of a person’s firearms does violate the 4th Amendment’s requirement for a warrant. The Incident  Caniglia v. Strom is a
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Arizona Election Integrity Bills
May 22, 2021 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

 In an article published by the RNHA, election integrity bills were proposed in the state of Texas and across the country in several state legislatures to address ahead of the 2022 midterm and 2024 presidential election. In Arizona, two election security bills made their way to the Arizona State legislature to address the many election
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Interview with Amanda Friedeck for Jim Wells County Judge
May 21, 2021 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Tonight I interviewed Amanda Friedeck, a candidate for Jim Wells County Judge. In the historic 2020 election, Jim Wells county flipped from Democrat to Republican for the first time.  How Did you get involved in Politics? I never thought to myself that I would take any part of politics or government. It was a roundabout journey
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Interview With Mayra Flores
April 22, 2021 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Jennifer Knesek

Tonight I interviewed Mayra Flores, a candidate running for Congress in Texas’ 34th congressional district on winning on the American idea.  Why are you Running For Office?  I am running for a better future for the people and children of South Texas.  Democrats have long felt entitled to the Latino vote with little to show
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Biden’s Supreme Court Commission
April 19, 2021 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

The White House released a statement in early April that President Joe Biden signed an executive order to create the Commission on the Supreme Court, to re-evaluate the Court’s role within today’s society. In a previous article with the RNHA, we had noted that if it were to be that the Democrats were able to
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Cryptocurrency Is Here to Stay
March 29, 2021 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

Cryptocurrency is transforming our way of selling, purchasing, and doing business. Cryptocurrencies gained in popularity as a medium of exchange because they are digital, encrypted, and decentralized. The current, market value of the Cryptocurrency industry is 1 trillion USD. Unlike the U.S Dollar or the Euro, there is no central authority that maintains the value
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Kansas Considers Non-Citizen Law Enforcement
March 29, 2021 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

The Kansas Hispanic and Latino American Affairs Commission (KHLAAC) announced eight key policy issues ahead of the 2021 state legislative session. One of them is a request to allow Permanent Resident cardholders to serve in law enforcement. Colorado, Louisiana, Maine, Vermont, and West Virginia, already permit it in some form, though each state varies as
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