Talking with Duncan Hunter and Darrell Issa About the Minimum Wage

Every cent and precious time spent by progressives in California that is not dedicated to voter registration and turnout is a questionable use of resources for their cause. 684 more words


Latino voters could show strong turnout in midterm elections

The first thing Paz de Jesus Cabanillas did after completing his naturalization ceremony and becoming a U.S. citizen a few weeks ago was register to vote. 700 more words


Latinos to surpass whites in California this month

This month, Latinos are projected to surpass the number of non-Hispanic whites living in California and become the state’s largest racial or ethnic population.

Latinos are expected to make up 39 percent of California’s population, edging past non-Hispanic whites who will make up 38.8 percent. 879 more words


One year after autopsy report: Has the GOP made progress?

Tuesday marks one year since a post-election autopsy report by the Republican National Committee found that many voters used words like “scary,” “narrow minded” and “out of touch” to describe the Republican Party. 827 more words


Jeb Bush May Be GOP's Best Hope for President.

By Melanie Batley

All eyes are set on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to see whether he might throw his hat into the ring for the 2016 presidential campaign, a prospect many in the GOP believe could give the party its strongest rival to Hillary Clinton. 310 more words

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Immigration reform a hot topic at MALDEF's Latino State of the Union

Immigration reform took center stage in the conversations between Latino leaders participating in the Latino State of the Union hosted Thursday by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF). 750 more words