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Texas Republicans Have the Answer!

In June 2012, the largest state Republican convention in the country overwhelmingly approved a sensible immigration plank. It is known as the Texas Solution. Texas Republicans are no longer willing to kick the can down the road. They want Congress to adopt a solution, and they have offered an outline. Now Congress needs to act!   Read more »

at Nov 21, 2012 3:45 PM
       

11 Million Chances for the GOP To Help Itself With Latinos

The number is unclear, but it appears that there are about 11 Million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. Of them, 70% are Latinos. It is further unclear as to how many of them became undocumented, and to many it is irrelevant as many in the public insist on using terms to “group” them all into a pool of lawbreakers who are undeserving of any type of consideration for remaining in the U.S.   Read more »

at Nov 20, 2012 11:48 AM
       

Ted Cruz Selected VP of National Republican Senatorial Committee

Texas Senator Elect Ted Cruz has taken the nation by storm. Ted Cruz has proven that you can be a non-compromising super conservative and still be elected in America. Cruz has proven that grassroots campaigns with no establishment backing can still win elections. Cruz has proven that the Tea Party is not dead. Cruz has proven that Hispanics are conservative and are welcomed in the Republican Party. It is hard to prove to Hispanics that the Republican Party is the Party for them because the Liberal Democrats have brainwashed many Conservative Hispanics into believing that Republicans are against them. Having another very conservative, Hispanic Leader like Ted Cruz in the Republican Party will help

at Nov 15, 2012 4:12 PM
       

If We Don't Fix the Immigration Problem - The Republican Party is Dead

Immigration Slide from PressTVNow before all you noise makers on the extreme right get your knickers in a wad, this is not a story about amnesty. But it is a story about fixing a problem that should have been fixed in the last decade. It is also a story about learning how to communicate our message in a way that doesn't drive away people who should be aligned with our core values and principles. Immigration is a problem Democrats don't want to fix because it is an effective wedge issue to keep Hispanics, who share your same

at Nov 14, 2012 11:17 AM
       

Is Demographics Destiny?

If someone would tell me that Romney would have received, as a percentage, almost as many votes from gay voters as Hispanics or Asian voters, I would say no way. Romney's defeat can be attributed to two things, a massive turnout among minorities and retrenchment among many white voters. Call it the double whammy in which many blue collar whites stayed home and the Democratic base came out in full force.   Read more »

at Nov 12, 2012 8:39 AM
       

Hispanic George P. Bush to Run for Texas Statewide Office (George W. Bush's Nephew)

George P. Bush is a Conservative Hispanic Texan. His father is Jeb Bush who is a former Florida Governor and brother of former U.S. President and Texas Governor George W. Bush. George P. Bush's mother was born in Mexico.   Read more »

at Nov 10, 2012 9:58 AM
       

Texas Beware - Julian Castro Predicts TX Goes Blue

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http://elections.nytimes.com/2012/results/president

I am extremely proud to be a native Texan. I love where I live between the hills and along the Guadalupe River where I feast my eyes every day. The other blessings are the conservatives that fill the area. We just received a report that we had 66% turnout and over 75% of the votes went to Governor Mitt Romney for president in Comal County.

at Nov 9, 2012 3:12 PM
       

Ted Cruz and David Pineda Push Republican Party into New Era

This new era is called the "Era of Hard Work." Ted Cruz was able to overcome the money and resume of David Dewhurst. There is probably no Republican group, no matter how small, in Texas that has not hosted Ted Cruz. Embracing and empowering the grassroots years before and during the primary with hard work is how Ted Cruz was able to stun some of Austin's most shrewd political consultants. I personally found myself having to recognize Cruz's payoff when I was at Dewhurst's election night party. Ted Cruz, on Wednesday, visited David Pineda in an effort to add to already strong firepower of the get out the vote machine of Pineda in House District 144, Pasadena, Texas.

at Oct 25, 2012 3:35 PM
       

Kudos to Jorge Ramos and His Questioning of President Obama

Monday night was the last presidential debate before election Day. It was in Boca Raton, FL and just as I had the opportunity to be in Denver, CO for the first debate, I traveled to Boca Raton to be with the people of Florida. In both states there was a large population of Hispanics watching the debates. They, like most Americans, are interested in an America with a better economy and more employment.   Read more »

at Oct 24, 2012 11:53 AM
       

Republicans vs Democrats: There is a Difference!

Latinos are the fastest growing segment of our society. This year alone, more than 600,000 Latinos born in the USA will celebrate their 18th birthday and will become eligible to vote!

Most of them are Catholic. Most of them want to work, and are not looking for a Democratic handout!

This comparison of Republicans vs. Democrats makes it very clear who they should vote for! Please reproduce this comparison and show it to every person you know!   Read more »

at Sep 27, 2012 11:19 AM
       

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