Tag: Ted Cruz

Op-Ed: Is Beto Another Establishment Stooge Selling False Pretenses to Millennials?
March 20, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Natalia Godoy

Op-Ed: Is Beto Another Establishment Stooge Selling False Pretenses to Millennials? By Natalia Godoy March 17th, 2019 “Beto” O’Rourke, former Texas Congressman who unsuccessfully ran against Ted Cruz for Senate on 2018, announced last Thursday that he is officially running for the Presidency of the United States. “Beto” O’Rourke actually said it was an extremely
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How Mexican Drug money can pay for our wall
January 22, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Javier Castro

How Mexican Drug money can pay for our wall By Javi Castro As the historic and lengthy government shutdown surpasses one month of hostage negotiations, a brave senator from Texas claims he has the solution. In fact, he had the solution two years ago. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) just reintroduced EL CHAPO ACT (S.25) (Ensuring
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Nation’s Largest Hispanic Republican Organization Endorses Ted Cruz
November 4, 2018 Endorsements RNHA Endorsement

TEXAS – The Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA) proudly endorses United States Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) for re-election. Senator Cruz has a proven, outstanding record in the Senate representing all Texans, from all walks of life, in every region of our great state. The values and ideals that the RNHA strongly believe in, and support
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Beto O’Rourke’s History of Latino Discrimination
October 19, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Beto O’Rourke’s History of Latino Discrimination October 17, 2018 By Ariel Rivera-Diaz   Ten years ago when Beto O’Rourke was a City Council member in El Paso’s 8thDistrict, he played a major role in a land development plan that received support from his father-in-law, William Sanders. Latinos make up 81% of the district. However, O’Rourke
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Democrats Lose Favorability Among Latino Voters
October 18, 2018 News Ariel Rivera

Democrats lose Favorability among Latino Voters By Ariel Rivera-Diaz October 17, 2018   After President Trump’s historic victory over Hillary Clinton, there was a sense of pride and empowerment among many voters. Furthermore, there was a group of voters that began to see their importance in American politics: Latinos.  The Latino community caught a glimpse
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