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An Interview with Duke Machado on the Delegate Initiative
December 11, 2019 News,Press Releases Robert Cross

I had the great pleasure of interviewing Duke Machado the Social Media Director of the RNHA on his project the Delegate Initiative. This bold new initiative will change the shape of politics in the 2020 elections. Robert Cross: “What is the Delegate Initiative? ” Duke Machado:” An effort by the RNHA to recruit Hispanic Republicans to
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The Second Amendment is a Fail-Safe Against Tyranny
November 29, 2019 Local Politics,News Robert Cross

The Founding Fathers had great foresight when they wrote the Constitution of the United States of America and the Bill of Rights. The Second Amendment was placed in the Constitution of the United States as an additional fail-safe against tyranny. James Madison discusses this in detail in Federalist 46 in the Federalist papers. Federalist 46
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The RNHA Interviews Karen Newton of Texas Federation of Republican Women
November 14, 2019 Local Politics,News Robert Cross

Warren Martinez and Jenifer Knesek interview Karen Newton the Executive for Texas Federation of Republican Women. The Texas Federation of Republican Women has been focusing on increasing membership. They were given a list of 154,000 women under 50 by Senator John Cornyn and increased their membership by 37.5%. They have well over 10,00o members and
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Democrats try to Impeach, but Hispanic Republicans Stick with Trump
November 10, 2019 Local Politics,News Duke Machado

All across the United States, Hispanic Republicans have heard about the Democrats and their attempt to impeach President Trump.  The Democrat Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, and her fellow Liberal friends are desperate to unseat the President, before Election Day. They know, if re-elected, he will drive the nails in their Socialist coffins, and
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Bienvenido Brings Their Conservative Message to Miami, FL 
November 6, 2019 Local Politics,News Emma Jimenez

On the weekend of November 1, 2019, Bienvenido, a nonpartisan grassroots organization that helps promote conservatism throughout the United States, and a young group of conservative Hispanic influencers, took their conservative message to Miami, Florida. Bienvenido, which translates to, “welcome” in English, has become the fastest-growing Hispanic organization in the United States. According to the organization,
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America Cleans Up
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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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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The America Effect: Hong Kong
October 4, 2019 International Affairs,Latest,News Ariel Rivera

By: Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 4th, 2019 It is 1776 in Hong Kong after the streets are filled with protesters in response to China’s attempt to extradite executives from Hong Kong. Hong Kong, since 1997, suffered under the tyrannical rule of China. Hong Kong generates enough GDP to become its own country however, China refuses to
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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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OP-Ed: DACA a Dream or a Nightmare?
September 18, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Natalia Godoy

DACA a Dream or a Nightmare? By Natalia Godoy September 12, 2019 When former President Obama took office back in 2008, the Democratic Party had won the majority in votes nationwide to win control of the House of Representatives and Congress. They had total control of the government and the golden opportunity to do the
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