Category: RNHA News Articles

George H.W. Bush, Hispanics & Trump
December 5, 2018 History,Latest,RNHA News Articles RNHA NEWS

Today we regret to inform you all that President George H.W Bush, founder of the RNHA has passed away. George Bush and Ronald Reagan saw the value of reaching out to the Hispanic community and founded the Republican National Hispanic Assembly. President George H.W Bush said in a speech to the Republican National Hispanic Assembly
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The Untold Story of MS-13
November 18, 2018 History,International Affairs,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

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
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Blue Collar Workers Benefit From Trump’s Tax Plan
November 18, 2018 RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

There’s no doubt that Trump’s tax plan has been helping many Americans, however, is it helping Blue Collar workers? Larry Kudlow, a White House economic adviser, says that it is and he has the numbers to prove it. The October numbers reported a 3.7% unemployment rate and an additional 250,000 jobs. Wage gains are increasing
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The RNHA Endorses Ariel Rivera-Diaz for State Assembly
November 4, 2018 Endorsements,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles RNHA Endorsement

Bronx, New York- The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is proud to announce its endorsement of Ariel Rivera-Diaz for New York State Assembly in the 2018 election. In 2017, Rivera-Diaz was appointed Bronx Borough Coordinator by Nicole Malliotakis. As the Bronx Borough Coordinator, he demonstrated natural leadership skills rallying the people to vote for Malliotakis. Ariel Rivera-Diaz is
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Mail-Bombs sent to WH, Obama, Clintons and CNN
October 31, 2018 RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

Multiple suspicious packages sent to the White House, Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the CNN New York office. CNN reported that they had to evacuate their NY offices after receiving a fire alarm notice. Footage of the fire alarm below: WATCH: CNN had to abruptly stop broadcasting from its studio in NYC while covering a
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Molinaro-Cuomo Debate
October 31, 2018 RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

The highly anticipated debate between New York gubernatorial candidates, Marcus Molinaro (R) and Andrew Cuomo (D), finally happened last Tuesday. The debate aired on CBS 2 New York moderated by Marcia Kramer and Rich Lamb. During the debate, Cuomo’s body language and facial expression showed a less confident incumbent. However, that quickly changed when Molinaro
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Central American Caravan Crisis
October 20, 2018 International Affairs,Latest,RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

There is chaos at the Mexican border as the Central American Caravan reaches the nation of Mexico. Despite President Trump’s threats of cutting foreign aid to El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, asylum seekers continued their way to the United States. According to a New York Post report, Mexican authorities clashed with multiple people at its
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Beto O’Rourke’s History of Latino Discrimination
October 19, 2018 RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

Ten years ago when Beto O’Rourke was a City Council member in El Paso’s 8thDistrict, he played a major role in a land development plan that received support from his father-in-law, William Sanders. Latinos make up 81% of the district. However, O’Rourke seems to have forgotten that important fact at the time. The Development plan
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Democrats Lose Favorability Among Latino Voters
October 18, 2018 RNHA News Articles Ariel Rivera

After President Trump’s historic victory over Hillary Clinton, there was a sense of pride and empowerment among many voters. Furthermore, there was a group of voters that began to see their importance in American politics: Latinos.  The Latino community caught a glimpse of their influence during the 2016 election cycle, specifically in states like Florida
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The Ladies In White Face Persecution In Cuba
October 17, 2018 History,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

The Ladies in White is a group of Catholic women in Cuba that are peacefully resisting the Castro Regime. They are demanding justice for their imprisoned loved ones. They are demanding justice for their imprisoned loved ones. Laura Pollán founded the Ladies in White after the Black Spring to protest the regime’s unlawful detainment of their
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