Author: Rosanna Gonzales

Author: Rosanna Gonzales

America Cleans Up
Image November 6, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

Americans have recently taken it upon themselves to begun to be the change they want to see. Various states in America have participated in doing their part to clean up America. Cities in America have been criticized by media, citizens and our President for becoming breeding grounds for sickness and diseases due to the amount

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Remember the Heartbeat Bill
Image September 19, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

In May of this year, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed the Heartbeat Bill into law. Remembering that Governor Kemp stated, “Georgia is a state that values life. Georgia has led the fight in the antiabortion movement sparking outrage with actress and women rights activist Alyssa Milano and 50 other celebrities who took a letter to

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Op-Ed: The Church Persecuted in the U.S.
Image August 30, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Rosanna Gonzales

Elements of the radical LGBT movement are actively attacking Christians for exercising their religious beliefs throughout the United States of America. We all remember the Christian Bakers who were viciously attacked by the LGBTQ movement. In 2014 and 2015, the LGBT community began a legal battle by suing Christians who refuse to bake wedding cakes

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What happened to Mini AOC?
Image August 26, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

In May of this year, 8-year old Ava Martinez known as Mini AOC began making parody videos about Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Mini AOC made lighthearted videos gaining a following of thousands within weeks of releasing her first video. Little Ava charmed the hearts and minds of America and even appeared on Fox Business’ Varney and

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MAGA SKATER in California is making Waves
Image June 19, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Rosanna Gonzales

Hispanic American and Christian Conservative Professional Skater Johnathon ”The Machine” Miranda came out as a supporter of President Trump in 2015. Like many others who are in the spotlight, he began to come face to face with a bias conservatives have dealt with within popular culture. In a recent interview in February at the Young

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The Inland Empire Welcomes Top Conservative Speakers
Image May 13, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

On the weekend of April 28th, thousands of California Conservatives gathered together for the Sixth Annual UNITE Inland Empire Conservative Conference of 2019 held at the Ontario Airport DoubleTree Hotel. The event was hosted by AM590 The Answer and The UNITE IE COALITION. The conference was held in the Empire Ballroom and filled with many

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OP-ED: The Americans Demand Transparency from the Left
Image April 20, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Rosanna Gonzales

After almost two years of one of the most controversial investigations of a sitting United States President, the Department of Justice concluded President Donald Trump has finally been vindicated. Monday morning March 22nd,2019 special counsel and independent investigator Robert Mueller cleared the President of all allegations concerning Russia. Americans have witnessed the entire mainstream media

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Nevada’s Day of Redress of Grievances
Image April 5, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

Nevada’s Day of Redress of Grievances Rosanna Gonzales April 5th, 2019   Nevada – American Patriots came out wearing their MAGA hats along with pro-American gear, ready to address the specific issues of securing American borders. Nevada patriots gathered at 8:30 am Saturday and took a stand against sanctuary cities and sanctuary states. They came

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Every Baby’s Life Matters
Image March 10, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

The liberal push for Abortion on demand was an Obama Care option when Americans were signing up for healthcare. Abortion is more than just a medical procedure it effectively ends a human life. These terms of death are purposely overlooked and pushed in medical terms in relation to healthcare to sidetrack one’s consciousness and way

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The Hispanic vote brought Rick Scott’s victory in 2018 election.
Image January 31, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

  Hispanic American voters and Governor Rick Scott created a Spanish Campaign Ad (shown above) before the elections. Apparently, his efforts to reach out to his Hispanic constituencies did indeed work in his favor as he came to victory in the November 2018 Mid-term elections. Recently, Florida’s Hispanic voters, as well as the GOP party

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