Category: Local Politics

Beto says Churches That Do Not Support Gay-Marriage Must Lose Tax-Exempt Status
November 1, 2019 Local Politics,News Robert Cross

Beto O’rouke in a town hall with CNN Don Lemon said that Churches that do not support same-sex marriage should lose their tax-exempt status. As a Congressman Beto O’rouke took an oath of office to uphold the Consitution of the United States of America. The 1st Amendment states that ” Congress shall make no law
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La Familia Hispana, El Aborto y El Derecho a La Vida
October 24, 2019 Local Politics,News Juan Vega

El estado de Alabama,  con su reciente ley para restringir el aborto, ha encendido un acalorado debate nacional entre liberales y conservadores que amenaza llegar a la Suprema Corte de Justicia. Y no es para menos, desde 1973 en que la Suprema Corte resolvió en favor del caso Roe v. Wade, legalizando de un plumazo
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Bienvenido Brings Their Conservative Message to Los Angeles, CA
October 9, 2019 Local Politics,News Emma Jimenez

Bienvenido Brings Their Conservative Message to Los Angeles, CA Emma Jimenez October 9, 2019   On the weekend of October 4th, Bienvenido, a nonpartisan grassroots organization that helps promote conservatism throughout the United States, joined forces with a group of young Hispanic influencers and took its message to Los Angeles, California. Bienvenido translates to “welcome”
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House Democrats Resist a Win for American Workers
October 4, 2019 Local Politics,News,Press Releases,White House RNHA NEWS

  House Democrats Resist a Win for American Workers Wall Street Journal Op-Ed Sen. Mitch McConnell & Rep. Kevin McCarthy September 29, 2019 – 3:45 PM You can read the article here   Passing the USMCA would bring in 176,000 jobs and $68 billion. It should be an easy bipartisan victory. President Trump and the
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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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Where are Planned Parenthood’s Priorities?
October 1, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Diane Rivera López

Where are Planned Parenthood’s Priorities? Diane Rivera López October 1, 2019 Planned Parenthood’s decision to withdraw from participating in a $260 million federally funded program, is bringing harsh criticism as it is affecting the cost of services for women across the United States. Planned Parenthood decided they would withdraw from the program that provides birth
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Remember the Heartbeat Bill
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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Red Flag Laws Are Unconstitutional
September 2, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Robert Cross

The Legislators are introducing legislation called “Red Flag” Laws that will allow the courts to confiscate guns from American citizens.  The way red flag laws work is by allowing a household member or a police officer to file a petition with the court to obtain a temporary firearms confiscation order from a judge in an
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Op-Ed: The Church Persecuted in the U.S.
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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Op-Ed: Parenting in Troubling Times
August 29, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Diane Rivera López

Op-Ed: Parenting In Troubling Times by Diane Rivera López August 29,2019 One of the biggest challenges we are facing in today’s postmodern world can be seen with raising our children amid those in a decaying world culture. Parents more than ever are faced with difficult decisions in light of the troubling times all around us.
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