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Senator Marco Rubio to Address Conservative Meeting- CPAC in March 2013

The American Conservative Union (ACU) today announced U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R–FL) will address CPAC 2013 – the 40th annual Conservative Political Action Conference. America’s largest gathering of conservative leaders and activists will be held Thursday, March 14 – Saturday, March 16, 2013. continue reading »

Leaders Urge the 8.2 Million with Green Cards to Become Citizens

Hispanic activists say that more than 8 million permanent residents have not become U.S. citizens, and so they continue to be unprotected from aggressive policies against immigrants and are losing political influence. "Every person who qualifies to be a permanent resident and does not apply for citizenship should be aware continue reading »

Latino Media Outlets Announce Plans For Unprecedented 30-minute Program On U.S. Supreme Court Ruling

"Hoy Somos Arizona" to roadblock regularly scheduled programming and air simultaneously on dozens of TV and radio outlets in Arizona and nationwide - A new chapter will be written in Arizona's history on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 when 23 media continue reading »

Investigation into Congressmen Finds Rep. Reyes and Family Received $600,000 from his Campaign

During an investigation by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) it was revealed that U.S. Rep. Silvestre Reyes gave both himself and his family more than $600,000 from campaign funds. continue reading »

Public Opinion: Republicans versus Hispanics

The current Republican primary campaign has made Republicans’ hostility to immigrants—and to any policies that might help immigrants—crystal clear. continue reading »

Fox News Republican Debate – What Did Latinos Learn?

Last night’s Republican debate hosted by Fox and Google was the most interactive debate ever with top voted viewer questions presented via YouTube and issues important to Latinos like jobs, immigration and Cuba were discussed. continue reading »

Does New Mexico Have a Spelling Problem and Does the Tea Party Have Anything to Do With It?

Check out this video on the Sandoval County anti-underage drinking billboard with a 'glaring' error. The story here is that the billboards designed by have been up since January and no one noticed. continue reading »

Immigrant Community Not Only Growing in Size but Also in Power

The five Democrats who voted against the DREAM Act and ultimately lead to its failing in the Senate yesterday will not soon be forgotten. The immigrant community is growing not only in numbers, but they are increasing their power by becoming more politically aware. continue reading »