Category: RNHA News Articles

Colorado attempts to Remove Trump from the Ballot
February 19, 2024 History,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

The State of Colorado attempted to remove Former President Donald J. Trump from the 2024 primary ballot. The majority liberal court in a 4-3 decision made history by being the first state Supreme Court to invoke the Insurrection Clause to remove a candidate from the ballot. In response, the Republican Party and Trump filed separate
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Nanotechnology is Revolutionizing Cancer Treatments
September 30, 2023 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Emerging breakthroughs in nanotechnology in 2023 are revolutionizing how scientists will treat cancer in the future. According to the Institute for Molecular Bioscience scientists are studying how to use nanoparticles as cancer drug delivery systems. The Stevens Institute of Technology and the Hackensack Meridian Health developed a cancer drug delivery system using gold nanoparticles, which
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An Interview with Art Mathias of Alaskan for Honest Elections
September 12, 2023 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

The RNHA interviewed Art Mathias from Alaskans for Honest Elections and he breaks down the dangers of rank-choice voting.  What got you interested in politics? In 1990, I ran the Christian Coalition of Alaskans, and I am interested in politics because I care about our country. I got back into it because of rank-choice voting.
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New Evidence in the Burisma Investigation
July 30, 2023 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

 There is overwhelming evidence that President Joe R. Biden and his family aggressively exploited his public office to confer benefits and favors on foreign entities or governments in exchange for money. These schemes constitute an array of crimes that include fraud, bribery, and felony violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). The use of
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Interview with Mayra Rodríguez
June 22, 2023 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Jennifer Barreto-Leyva

RNHA News interviewed Pro-Life Advocate and former Planned Parenthood employee Mayra Rodriguez. Mayra Rodríguez is known as the Abby Johnson of the Hispanics, just as Cristina Saralegui was called “The Latino Oprah” back in the day. Her voice is critical in the pro-life battle because she is not just another activist. Rodriguez worked at Planned
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WOMEN IN BUSINESS: DRESS TO IMPRESS
June 10, 2023 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Amanda Friedeck

ALICE, Texas – Trends are essential to keep an eye on in 2023. Especially the growth and encouragement of women-owned and operated businesses around Texas. As a national leader, Texas keeps growing new opportunities and even promotes women in business with The Governor’s Commission for Women. It is known that the State of Texas is
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The Restrict Act 2023 Breakdown
June 2, 2023 Economy,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Senator Mark R. Warner( D-VA) introduced the Restrict Act on March 03, 2023, also known as S.686 to deal with emerging security threats to information and security. The Senate released a publication that stated that this act will empower the Secretary of Commerce to review, prevent and mitigate ITC transactions with foreign adversaries. How the
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The Biden Administration Deports for Cuban Illegals
June 2, 2023 International Affairs,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

The Biden Administration recently announced it is resuming deportation flights for Cuban migrants that enter the U.S. borders illegally. In April, ICC sent its first deportation flight to Havana since 2020 and marked the return to air removal of Cuban illegal aliens. According to CBS News, The Department of Homeland Security stated “The United States
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WOMEN IN BUSINESS: HOME HEALTH POLICY
May 10, 2023 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Amanda Friedeck

ALICE, Texas – Maggie Saldivar with Saldivar Coastal Services, Inc. lives and breaths to help her community. As a family business, her mother inspired her to take over the company in 2016. Something important to the Saldivar family is that they advocate for the state and federal policy sectors to help open client services regarding
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