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INFOGRAPHIC: America’s New Minority, The Writing is on the Fence for the GOP

INFOGRAPHIC: America’s New Minority, The Writing is on the Fence for the GOP

With the United States' changing demographics, whites will drop under 50% of the population in the 2040s. Every Republican Presidential candidate since 1968 has won the white vote, but with the population shift can the GOP compete? continue reading »

Obama Considers Thomas Perez for Labor Secretary Position

Obama Considers Thomas Perez for Labor Secretary Position

U.S. President Barack Obama is considering the Hispanic Thomas Perez, now assistant U.S. attorney general for civil rights, as the next secretary of labor, administration sources said. continue reading »

White House Regrets Canceling Guided Tours Due to Cutbacks

White House Regrets Canceling Guided Tours Due to Cutbacks

The White House regretted having to cancel the public's access to guided tours of the presidential mansion due to the $85 billion in cutbacks that took effect last week as part of the so-called sequester, and blamed it on Congress. continue reading »

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush New Book on Immigration - No Citizenship for Undocumented

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush New Book on Immigration - No Citizenship for Undocumented

In immigration news, the former Governor of Florida Jeb Bush has outlined his thoughts on comprehensive immigration reform in his new book and he is not for granting citizenship to the estimated 11 million undocumented already in the country. continue reading »

Is It Time For A New Voting Rights Act?

Is It Time For A New Voting Rights Act?

For all of the anticipation leading up to the Voting Rights challenge at the U. S. Supreme Court there are a couple of things that bubbled to the surface and that are worth noting in it’s wake: Justice Scalia’s “racial entitlement” comment and the idea that maybe we’re better off with judicial creative destruction, where Section 5 is struck down to make room for a new, more comprehensive voting rights enforcement code. continue reading »

Obama Reluctantly Orders $85 bn in Budget Cuts

Obama Reluctantly Orders $85 bn in Budget Cuts

U.S. President Barack Obama reluctantly ordered the launch of $85 billion in budget cuts over the remainder of fiscal year 2013 after efforts by the White House and Congress to avert them failed. continue reading »

A Deep Dive: Losing the Latino Vote

A Deep Dive: Losing the Latino Vote

This isn’t being talked about very loudly in Latino political circles, in fact, it hasn’t been talked about loudly for a long time. But it has been acknowledged and mulled over by many people for many years. continue reading »

INFOGRAPHIC: The Growth of the Latino Electorate in Key States

INFOGRAPHIC: The Growth of the Latino Electorate in Key States

Latino voters made a remarkable difference in the 2012 elections, and given the Latino population's rapid growth, its political influence will likely be greater in the 2014 and 2016 elections. continue reading »

NAACP Presents Oral Argument Urging the Supreme Court to Uphold the Voting Rights Act

NAACP Presents Oral Argument Urging the Supreme Court to Uphold the Voting Rights Act

Today, Debo P. Adegbile of the NAACP Legal and Educational Defense Fund, Inc. (LDF) presented oral argument on behalf of defendant-intervenors in the Supreme Court in Shelby County, Alabama v. Holder, one of the most important continue reading »

Today Supreme Court Hears Voters Rights v State Rights – Who Wins?

Today Supreme Court Hears Voters Rights v State Rights – Who Wins?

Today the Supreme Court will heart the case on the viability of certain part of the Voting Rights Act and whether states have the rights to impose limitations on it. continue reading »

Adolfo Carrion Hopes to Become First Latino Mayor of New York City

Adolfo Carrion Hopes to Become First Latino Mayor of New York City

Former Bronx borough president and veteran Democrat Adolfo Carrion will run for mayor of New York as an independent candidate. In an interview with Efe, he said he is aware of the political ris continue reading »

Obama Administration Looks to Make Law Banning Gay Marriage Unconstitutional

Obama Administration Looks to Make Law Banning Gay Marriage Unconstitutional

The government of President Barack Obama asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday to find unconstitutional the federal law that defines marriage as "the union of one man and one woman" when it rules on the issue next June. continue reading »

Urge Congress to Take Action to Protect Vital Programs Before Too Late

Urge Congress to Take Action to Protect Vital Programs Before Too Late

On March 1, 2013 automatic cuts that were delayed from the January 2nd “fiscal cliff” debates will go into effect if Congress does not take immediate action. What do these cuts mean for the Latino community? continue reading »

PEW STUDY: Obama’s Approval Rating Among Hispanics Rebounds

PEW STUDY: Obama’s Approval Rating Among Hispanics Rebounds

63% of Hispanics Approve of Obama's Handling of Immigration. According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center and USA TODAY, Obama's job rating is up markedly over the past year among Hispanics continue reading »

Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu in On Sen. Rubio’s Thrist Issues

Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu in On Sen. Rubio’s Thrist Issues

While Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio was building his international credentials in the Middle East he apparently couldn’t escape from his ‘thirst’ issue. continue reading »