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Democrats say Vote Like A “Madre”
October 3, 2022 RNHA News Articles Jennifer Barreto-Leyva

Democrats are really desperate after watching in a very graphic way, how they are losing the Hispanic vote, and the power over us, a so-called minority. Currently, there are Hispanics in every corner of the country running after positions in Congress, Mayors, Governors, Boards and the list goes on. Hispanics are right now, the big
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Progressive Policies Hurt Impoverished Americans
June 8, 2022 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

A Simple Example Imagine a town where the baker made twelve loaves of bread a week. Ten of the loaves were sold each week to ten workers from the town factory who earned four dollars per week each. They all felt they were paying a fair price and happily paid it.   The town happened
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Inflation Is Only Part of the Problem
May 30, 2022 Economy,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

The economic pain of everyday Americans is much worse than the inflation number. Inflation is a measure of the overall increase in the prices of goods or services across our economy. This means that the dollar is losing value. The bottom line is the same money buys less and less. The government estimates the rate
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Focus on Feelings is Destroying America
May 30, 2022 Economy,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Paul Lott

When I decided to run for Congress in Virginia’s 10th District, I was not prepared for much of what I have encountered. I left the race because I thought it more important to continue the fight for parent’s rights, but I took a major lesson from politics.  Feelings are destroying America. I said it. The
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Reflection on Gun Violence
May 30, 2022 Faith,Op-Ed,Uncategorized Paul Lott

During the earlier part of my life, I grew up under very poor circumstances. In elementary school, I spent time in Birmingham, Alabama in a 99% Black part of the city. The poverty-stricken black community was the majority with a small sprinkle of lower middles class. The schools were terrible, and streets were violent. However,
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The Truth about Microaggressions
April 21, 2022 Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Natalie Beisner

If you watched the recent Ketanji Brown Jackson hearings, you might’ve been unaware that you were actually watching “three days of microaggressions.” Senator John Kennedy called Jackson “articulate.” This is apparently a “microinsult” (i.e. a subcategory of microaggression), but really, it depends on your color. Jackson’s the right color (or the wrong one, depending on
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Could Biden’s SCOTUS pick be Vice President Kamala Harris?
February 16, 2022 Constitution,Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Alexander Carmenaty

On January 26, 2022, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement. Breyer’s retirement allows President Joe Biden to replace him with a liberal justice. SCOTUS currently has a 6-3 conservative majority. President Biden has promised to replace Breyer with a black woman. Biden’s choice will be the first woman of color Supreme Court Justice,
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A Race for the Lifeline of New York
June 18, 2021 Local Politics,Op-Ed,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

As New Yorker’s race for a lifeline of survival in these prevalent times, only a miracle can help them dig New York of the hell hole that it fell in. Since 2014, the start of a mayoral win by Bill DeBlasio, the citizens of New York are left standing out in the field hoping DeBlasio
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Democrat Leaders Are At Fault For the Hunger Pandemic
November 28, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Dennison Rivera

As Biden prematurely lays out his COVID-19 plan and national mask mandate (without legitimately winning the presidency yet), the rest of the world is facing an old but deadly foe called hunger. Democrat leaders have not considered how the world is impacted by encouraging the United States’ harshest COVID-19 restrictions. Closing “nonessential” businesses, limiting public
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The RNHA Interviews Joesph Caldera
February 21, 2020 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Tonight RNHA News interviewed Joespha Caldera for Congressman in New York District 11. Tell us about your background and district? I am running in New York’s 11th district which is in Staten Island and South Brooklyn. It is a starkly conservative district within New York City. The seat has been held by a Republican with
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