DHS funding feud ends: How it hurt the GOP’s image with Latinos

Republicans in Congress dodged a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday when they passed a clean funding bill, and now some say this feud over funding hurt the GOP’s image with Latinos. 797 more words


National Security Hangs in the Balance as Obama Shoves Amnesty Down the Throat of the Senate

“We can’t afford to play politics with our national security,”

-Obama, during a winter meeting of the National Governors Association.

The President seems to enjoy consistently infantilizing Congress when it comes to the aftermath of his controversial decisions and promises.  

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The 2016 GOP field: No clear frontrunner, low support from Latinos

As the field of possible presidential candidates begins to shape up, one poll shows the Republican presidential race remains wide open while another poll finds GOP presidential hopefuls have low favorability ratings among Latino voters. 601 more words


Univision's Jorge Ramos Calls Obama's Immigration Actions a 'Triumph For The Latino Community'

Shortly after President Obama scheduled his Thursday primetime address to announce new executive actions on immigration, his top White House communications advisor, Dan Pfeiffer, took to Twitter… 2,081 more words

20-year-old Latino wins election as CT state representative

This piece was originally published on CT Latino News.

Throughout his teen years, or practically half his life, Aundré Bumgardner has worked in political campaigns for Republican candidates in southeast Connecticut. 1,030 more words


Como Greg Abbott ganó más votantes latinos

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Nota: Estas entrevistas fueron conducidas en inglés y traducidas por el equipo editorial de ¡Ahora Si! 819 more words