Author: Manuel Perez

Human Rights Violations In Libya
February 11, 2020 International Affairs,Latest,News Manuel Perez

Libya joined the United Nations on December 14, 1955. As a prominent member of such world organization, the idea is to encourage and try their best to uphold the rules and laws set in place, not just as an independent government but also as part of a union and collective of world leaders who seek
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Socialist “Equality”
December 3, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Manuel Perez

It begins with the idea of equality, which is righteous, loving, and for all people. Indeed, it is very inviting. Promises of freedom and hope for the poor. Promises of taking from the rich and giving to the oppressed. It is a lazy and dysfunctional person’s dream come true. Before you know it Communism and
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Op-Ed: Latinos Misinformed
November 8, 2019 Uncategorized Manuel Perez

It’s one thing to support Democrats because you understand that their core principles complement your own. But it’s another to support Democrats because you feel persuaded by your community to do so, despite having little knowledge of what they stand for. This is exactly what’s happening in the Latino community. Needless to say, that the
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Education Savings Accounts for Military Families
November 1, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Manuel Perez

Not every situation when it comes to a child’s education is the same. It’s not a one size fits all, especially when it comes to the families of those brave men and women who serve in our Unites States Military. Unlike in the civilian world where our children are sent to a school of our
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President Trump’s Policies Benefit Latinos and African Americans
October 2, 2019 Local Politics,News Manuel Perez

President Trump’s Policies Benefit Latinos, and African Americans By Manuel Perez October 2nd, 2019 Quality of life for Latinos and African Americans are improving since President Trump took office in 2016, whether the Democrat-controlled media wishes to publicize it or not.  Employment has been the highest in American history, and many are breaking away from
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