Category: Local Politics

How Are Covid-19 Deaths Being Counted?
May 12, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

The CDC’s Provisional Death Count for the Coronavirus is considered to be a reliable source for accurate death rates from the Coronavirus, but a discrepancy in the numbers from CDC reports fuels claims that the Coronavirus Pandemic is being inflated out of proportion. The discrepancy lies between the CDC’s “Cases in the US” post updated
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Governor Gavin Newsom to Give Illegal Immigrants Stimulus Checks
May 1, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Governor Gavin Newsom(D-California) has unveiled a plan that would provide illegal immigrants $500 dollar stimulus checks to assist them during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is in direct response to President Trump and the GOP excluding illegal immigrants from receiving federal stimulus checks. According to Town Hall, Governor Newsom said, California is the most diverse state
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Neighbors During Pandemic: The New Gestapo or Citizen Police?
April 24, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles,Trump Gabriel Montalvo

While there is not any doubt there is a current pandemic, a new trend among people on social media is exploding. People looking outside of their windows are taking pictures of people to shame them over social distancing guidelines and even calling the police on their neighbors. During WWII, German citizens would tip off the
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Can Today’s Vaccines be related to ID2020 Mandate?
April 21, 2020 History,International Affairs,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

In the stimulus package that was recently passed in Congress to address the COVID-19 epidemic, there is a provision that establishes a U.S Digital Dollar. The Digital Dollar added to the bill by Democrats and part of a Digital Wallet that is to be controlled by the Federal Reserve. In the Stimulus package, the Digital
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PRESIDENT TRUMP DECLARES NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION!
April 15, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Rosanna Gonzales

On the morning of Tuesday, March 31st, 2020 President Donald Trump declared the month of April,  National Child Abuse prevention. n January executive order was signed by President Trump to coordinate the Federal Government’s efforts to prosecute individuals, who sexually exploit children online, and to protect and support victims of child exploitation, provide prevention education to
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OP-Ed: It Is Time for Americans to Vote Democrats Out of Office
April 8, 2020 Latest,Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Rosanna Gonzales

In light of the recent events, and debates around the country due to the upcoming elections in 2020, Americans were given the opportunity to experience firsthand the major realities of the Democrat party. Bypassing their many blunders and facetious attacks toward one another and focus on their main message of the Party for the past
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Nevada Governor Blocks Malaria Medication from Being Used to Treat Covid-19
March 25, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Nevada’s Governor,  Steve Sisolak (D), has issued an executive order preventing Hospitals in Nevada from using Malaria medication to treat patients infected with the Covid-19 virus. Governor Sisolak (D) said, ” There is no consensus among experts or Nevada doctors that the drugs can treat people with COVID-19. ” The Center for Disease Control approved both hydroxychloroquine
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RNHA Interviews Alexandria Suarez for Florida State Representative District 120
March 4, 2020 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Alexandria Suarez a candidate for Florida State Representative for District 120. She has worked for 30 years in education, healthcare, and law. What motivated you to get into politics? I was not planning to get into politics. I have always been conservative and I just got tired of
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The Johnson Amendment Act, Freedom of Speech Gone Wrong
February 25, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles,Trump Diane Rivera López

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation (S.4347/A.623) known as the Johnson Amendment Act into law on October 23, 2019. This new law restricts non-profit corporations from participating or intervening in any political campaign on behalf of or against a candidate running for public office. It further states that any corporation, association, trust, or community chest, fund, foundation, or
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RNHA Interviews Joey Tiano a Candidate for New Mexico’s State Senate District 39
February 25, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

I interviewed Joey Tiano, a candidate for state senate district 39 in New Mexico. Joy Tiano is a fourth-generation New Mexican whose grandparents fled from socialist in Italy in 1895. He joined the NM State Police in 1982 and had a successful career in law enforcement leading to him retiring as a Sergeant and Senior
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