Author: Ariel Rivera

Molinaro-Cuomo Debate
October 31, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Molinaro-Cuomo Debate By Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 31, 2018 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
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Sen. Cory Booker’s Growing list of Sexual Assault
October 24, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Sen. Cory Booker’s growing list of Sexual Assault By Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 23rd, 2018     Another scandal hits the desk of Cory Booker, he is accused of sexually assaulting a gay man in a bathroom in 2014. In a series of tweets, the victim gives a detailed description of the attack. The tweets below:
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Central American Caravan Crisis
October 20, 2018 International Affairs,Latest,News Ariel Rivera

Central American Caravan Crisis By Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 19th, 2018     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
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Beto O’Rourke’s History of Latino Discrimination
October 19, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Beto O’Rourke’s History of Latino Discrimination October 17, 2018 By Ariel Rivera-Diaz   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
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Democrats Lose Favorability Among Latino Voters
October 18, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Democrats lose Favorability among Latino Voters By Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 17, 2018   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
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