Author: Rey Torres

Author: Rey Torres

Socialist Healthcare Lures
Image November 6, 2019 Business,Latest,News,Op-Ed,Trump,White House Rey Torres

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory is a psychological model proposed by Abraham Maslow in 1943, in which he established human needs in a hierarchy. The first and most basic of all needs are those to do with physical survival. Ask anyone who suffered an unexpected hospitalization or surgical procedure and ended receiving a bill for

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Trump Protecting Religious Freedom and Vulnerable Children
Image November 1, 2019 Faith,Latest,News,Press Releases,Trump,White House Rey Torres

What You Need To Know The Trump administration is reversing an Obama-era rule restricting the role of faith-based organizations in foster care and adoption. President Trump is promoting religious freedom and improving the welfare of vulnerable children by protecting faith-based adoption and foster care providers. President Trump is putting the best interests of children first

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Death of a Killer & Political Correctness
Image October 29, 2019 International Affairs,Latest,News,Press Releases,Trump,White House Rey Torres

President Donald J. Trump recently confirmed that the ruthless leader of the Islamic State, the head of the Caliphate snake, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was killed overnight in an operation led by our great US forces in Syria. The President released details about the two-hour raid on the compound in northern Syria, during which our US

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President Trump on the Successfully Negotiated Ceasefire: ‘This Is A Great Day For Civilization’
Image October 17, 2019 History,Latest,News,Press Releases,Trump,White House Rey Torres

What You Need To Know   The Trump Administration’s diplomatic efforts have been successful in achieving a cease-fire in northeast Syria. President Trump directed a U.S. delegation, including Vice President Pence and Secretary of State Pompeo, to conduct negotiations with Turkey. This good faith effort represents the Trump Administration’s strong commitment to resolving the situation

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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
Image October 7, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News Rey Torres

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is proud to honor James Edward Campos, Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity at the United States Department of Energy, as our honoree this National Hispanic Heritage Month. James Edward Campos was nominated by the President of the United States and confirmed by the United States Senate

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Unemployment Rate Drops to Lowest Level in 50 Years
Image October 4, 2019 Business,History,Latest,News,Press Releases,Trump Rey Torres

American Workers Are Thriving as the Unemployment Rate Drops to Lowest Level in 50 Years ________________________________ American workers are thriving in today’s job market. The unemployment rate is plummeting for Americans of all backgrounds.  The unemployment rate dropped to 3.5% in September, its lowest level in 50 years. American workers are thriving in today’s job

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Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
Image October 4, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News,White House Rey Torres

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is proud to present Dr. Andrea Reyes Ramirez as our National Hispanic Heritage featured spotlight. Dr. Andrea R. Ramírez, EOP-WHO, a doctor in philosophy with a focus on organizational leadership, is the executive director of the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives at the U.S. Department of Education. In this

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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
Image October 3, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,International Affairs,News,Videos Rey Torres

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly dedicates this National Hispanic Heritage Month spotlight to Poet and journalist José Martí, who spent his short life fighting for the freedom of Cuba, that the years would fall prey to dictator Fidel Castro. José Martí was born to poor Spanish immigrant parents in Havana, Cuba, on January 28, 1853.

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National Hispanic Heritage Spotlight
Image October 3, 2019 Faith,Hispanic Heritage Month,History,Latest,News Rey Torres

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly recognizes Rachel Campos-Duffy in National Hispanic Heritage Month. Rachel is a conservative voice of her generation, Campos-Duffy has been appearing on television since her debut on the third season of MTV’s “The Real World.”  Rachel is currently a Fox Nation host.  She has appeared as a guest hostess on “The

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Hispanic Heritage Month Spotlight
Image October 2, 2019 Hispanic Heritage Month,History,News Rey Torres

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly is honored to recognize one of its own, Richard S. Figueroa, our RNHA National Business Executive Director. Rick Figueroa was raised by a single mother in public housing in Bay City, TX, the youngest of 8 children. In addition to serving on the Trump-Pence 2020 Campaign’s Latinos for Trump Advisory

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