Tag: Hispanics

New York, in a State of Life Support
November 9, 2022 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Diane Rivera López

Together We Can Save New York” was the motto for the Town Hall Meeting for Candidate Lee Zeldin running for Governor of New York State. It took place this past Thursday on 145th Street and Broadway Avenue, at the crossroads between Harlem – Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights. As you walked into the room, you
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The Value of Family Leave – A Dad’s Voice
June 17, 2022 Latest,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Santiago Avila, Jr.

Last year I was invited to participate in a national symposium on the topic of paid family leave hosted by Senator Rick Santorum.  The timing hit me like a brick wall:  my wife and I had just learned that we are to become parents.  Suddenly a policy issue wasn’t theoretical, but deeply personal.  One of
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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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Hispanic Americans Leaving the Democrat Party
April 20, 2022 Economy,Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Alexander Carmenaty

For years, Democrats have bragged about their ability to sway non-white voters to support their candidates and policies. Liberal politicians like former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton won the majority of these voters using identity politics to secure the minority vote.  Hispanics are noticing the negative effects of liberal policies and are changing their
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RNHA Interviews Bianca Matthews for County Clerk
April 5, 2022 Latest,Local Politics,News Column,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

Tonight I interview Bianca Matthews for County Clerk for Jim Wells County Texas. What is your background? I’m 33 years old born and raised in Jim Wells County, the only daughter of Guadalupe Soto. A wife and mother of 4 wonderful children and I’m the first in my family and community to seek office, this
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The RNHA Endorses Yvette Herrell
March 18, 2022 Endorsements,Local Politics,Press Releases,RNHA News Articles RNHA Endorsement

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly endorses Yvette Herrell for the U.S House of Representatives in New Mexico’s District 2. Herrell is an extremely talented New Mexican who, since her time in Congress, has been a member of the Committee on Natural Resources and the Committee on Oversight and Reform. Herrell also serves on the National
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Estonians Prospers in the European Union
March 6, 2022 International Affairs,RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

In 1995, Estonia applied for membership in the European Union (EU), but the EU did not formally admit them until 2004. Estonia’s addition to the European Union was part of a greater EU expansion that happened in 2004. Silver Tambur wrote an article in Estonia World titled “Estonia’s decision of the decade: joining the EU”
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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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Underage Drinking Declining in America
February 10, 2022 RNHA News Articles Robert Cross

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), alcohol, is the number one substance abused by individuals under the age of 21. The most common form of drink of is binge drinking by underage students (4 drinks at a time for females and 5 drinks at a time for males). Underage drinking is among the
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The SCOTUS Commission Report
January 17, 2022 Local Politics,RNHA News Articles Skyler Blalock

Last April the RNHA covered the Biden administration’s pronouncement of their Commission on the Supreme Court (Commission); a campaign promise meant to address the Court reform debate following the polarizing confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett. This Commission identified, where possible, recommendations to improving the institutional functionality and public perception of the high Court. The
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