Category: RNHA News Articles

GEARING UP FOR GROWTH IN RURAL TEXAS
January 18, 2023 RNHA News Articles Amanda Friedeck

ALICE, Texas – In a small rural area in South Texas, sometimes it is hard for change to occur, and not all changes are reasonable. Recently, a divide has formed that hurts the growth of opportunities in such small communities, especially in regard to the decreasing residential population. Especially when everyone thinks they know your
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American Elections Deja Vu
January 5, 2023 RNHA News Articles Jennifer Barreto-Leyva

Watching the last U.S. elections closely, I feared they were a rehearsal for the Venezuelan elections. Since we live in tyranny, we vote, but have no true choice. In a tyranny, a single person chooses who wins, in this case, Nicolás Maduro, and they make sure to create a “legal” illegal system, so solid, so
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NIH Studies Show the Dangers of Abortion
December 13, 2022 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

The data on deaths from legal and illegal abortions tell a different story than the popular narrative on abortion would suggest. According to an 8-year study published by the National Institute of Health, women who aborted a child had a 154 percent higher risk of death from suicide, an 82 percent higher risk of death
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The Metaverse: The Next Battlefield
December 11, 2022 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Gaston Massari Copes

At what point are we going to allow ourselves to talk about what political life will be like in the metaverse? Or do we think that politics and the metaverse will not coincide? Every day, our immediate problems, the economy, work, and family, do not leave us the time or energy to think about long-term
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Love Life: California, Celebrates Week Forty with Prayer
December 5, 2022 RNHA News Articles Rosanna Gonzales

Southern California nearly eight-hundred Californians gathered together with many Pro-Life leaders and Christian pastors from around the state for the Love Life Week 40 ‘Celebrate Life’ Prayer Walk in Pomona, California on Saturday, November 12th, 2022. The Love Life organization of SocCal Pomona hosted the event at Pomona Christian Fellowship. Representative Steven Paez and Pastor
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The Reality of Flipping a County
November 25, 2022 RNHA News Articles Amanda Friedeck

ALICE, Texas – For over one hundred years, the Democratic Party ran Jim Wells County. This rural county, located in the center of South Texas, is a diamond in the rough because of its strong ties to the oil and gas industry. A local group recently decided to take on a challenge that most dismissed
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RNHA Interviews Dr. John Guerra for Hidalgo State Representative
November 10, 2022 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Tonight RNHA News Interviews Dr. John Guerra a candidate for state representative for Hidalgo county.  Tell us about your background? I am a board-certified Ob/Gyn who has been practicing medicine for 24 years and I am a small business owner with 20 years of business experience. I am a former member of the Texas Medical
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New York, in a State of Life Support
November 9, 2022 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

Together We Can Save New York” was the motto for the Town Hall Meeting for Candidate Lee Zeldin running for Governor of New York State. It took place this past Thursday on 145th Street and Broadway Avenue, at the crossroads between Harlem – Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights. As you walked into the room, you
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RNHA Interviews Juan Tijerina for Hiladgo DA
October 15, 2022 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Tonight I interviewed Juan Tijerina the Republican candidate for Hidalgo County DA.  What is your background? Juan A. Tijerina was born and raised in Edinburg, Texas. He is a graduate of UT-Pan American (UTPA) with a dual bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Political Science. He also received a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from UTPA.
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Democrats say Vote Like A “Madre”
October 3, 2022 RNHA News Articles Jennifer Barreto-Leyva

Democrats are really desperate after watching in a very graphic way, how they are losing the Hispanic vote, and the power over us, a so-called minority. Currently, there are Hispanics in every corner of the country running after positions in Congress, Mayors, Governors, Boards and the list goes on. Hispanics are right now, the big
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