Tag: Hispanics

Nancy Pelosi Shows Off Expensive Ice Cream Collection Amid Crisis # VoteHerOut
April 17, 2020 News Robert Cross

Tuesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi went on the Late Late Show with Jim Corden and showed off her expensive collection of Ice Cream. Each pint of ice cream is valued at 12-13 dollars a pint and the fridges are about 24k dollars apiece. James Corden asked Nancy Pelosi in this clip how often she eats Ice
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HIGHLIGHTS | President Trump and the Coronavirus Task Force WHO Funding
April 16, 2020 Press Releases,Trump,Uncategorized,White House RNHA NEWS

THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESIDENT TRUMP: “Today, I’m instructing my administration to halt funding of the world health organization while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization’s role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the coronavirus.” PRESIDENT TRUMP: “American taxpayers provide between $400 million and $500 million per year
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Dominicans Who Support Trump
April 8, 2020 News Manuel Perez

Many in the Dominican Community quietly support President Trump. Many who don’t support President Trump, have failed to understand what the President and his administration truly stands for due to the misleading media. Initially like many Latinos, most Dominicans are conservatives and well-grounded in their faith. World Atlas confirms that at least 95% of the
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OP-Ed: It Is Time for Americans to Vote Democrats Out of Office
April 8, 2020 Latest,Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Rosanna Gonzales

In light of the recent events, and debates around the country due to the upcoming elections in 2020, Americans were given the opportunity to experience firsthand the major realities of the Democrat party. Bypassing their many blunders and facetious attacks toward one another and focus on their main message of the Party for the past
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RNHA Interviews Alexandria Suarez for Florida State Representative District 120
March 4, 2020 Latest,Local Politics,News Robert Cross

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Alexandria Suarez a candidate for Florida State Representative for District 120. She has worked for 30 years in education, healthcare, and law. What motivated you to get into politics? I was not planning to get into politics. I have always been conservative and I just got tired of
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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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The Eagle and the Condor: Bolivia Uncovers the Financial sewer of the Sao Paulo Forum
February 10, 2020 International Affairs,News,News Column Juan Vega

On December 27, a diplomatic scandal erupted in Bolivia, with the governments of Spain and Mexico embarrassingly involved.  On the morning of that day, two Spanish diplomatic vehicles arrived in front of the residence of Mexico’s ambassador to Bolivia.  Six armed masked men from the Spanish special task unit, the GEOS, arrived in those cars
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Hispanic Americans Are Prospering Under President Trump’s Administration
February 5, 2020 Press Releases,Trump,White House RNHA NEWS

President Trump’s pro-growth policies have led to record low unemployment for Hispanic Americans. The Hispanic unemployment rate has fallen to a record low of 3.9%. The Hispanic unemployment rate has remained under 5% for the past 21 months. The Hispanic unemployment rate has fallen below 5% 22 times since President Trump took office, something that
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PRESIDENT TRUMP’S VISION FOR PEACE, AND PROSPERITY, FOR ISRAEL AND THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE
January 31, 2020 News,Press Releases,Trump,White House RNHA NEWS

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP’S VISION FOR PEACE, PROSPERITY, AND A BRIGHTER FUTURE FOR ISRAEL AND THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE “We are not here to lecture—we are not here to tell other people how to live, what to do, who to be, or how to worship.  Instead, we are here to offer partnership – based on shared
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The Eagle and the Condor: From the Sao Paulo Forum to the Puebla Group
January 7, 2020 International Affairs,Latest,News,News Column Juan Vega

Several countries in Latin America underwent political unrest in 2019. Violent protests in Chile, the electoral fraud of Evo Morales in Bolivia and more scarcity and repression in Venezuela. We also saw the arrival of new left-wing governments in Argentina, with Alberto Fernández, and Manuel López Obrador in Mexico. All indications are that this is
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