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Hispolitica
  • Hungry Venezuelans Raid Food Truck

    Less than a week after Venezuela was awarded by the UN’s FAO for “helping to eradicate hunger”, the world was shown exactly how hungry and desperate most Venezuelans are. After a Nestle truck carrying cereal and condensed milk wrecked on the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho highway, leaving three injured and one dead, people rushed to the accident…

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  • World Cup Update: USA and Ecuador Impress

    In the middle of all of the FIFA scandals, there is still World Cup Soccer to be played. This year it’s the women’s turn. The tournament which is projected to be dominated by favorites Germany, defending champions Japan, and perennial power house USA, is one where the hispanic countries are hoping to make a big…

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  • The 2016 Silver Bullet

    So much is made about immigration and the hispanic vote. However, historically education has always been the most important issue for hispanics in the United States, even in the 2012 election. So if the hispanic vote is really all that important in 2016, and the democrats cannot with without it, are they on the right…

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  • DACA / DAPA on Hold!

    The Obama administration has had the controversial DACA and DAPA programs, which help illegal immigrants escape the fear of deportation, on hold since a judge ruled back in February that the programs should not move forward while the ongoing 26-state lawsuit proceeds. The hiring of 3,100 DHS employees, who were to be housed in a…

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  • NYT Begins Personal Attacks on Rubio Family

    It was only a matter of time until the New York times began the attacks on GOP candidates and their families. Their first target, Marco Rubio’s wife. In an article released today, The Rubios are criticized for having 17 traffic violations between them. Now, if a presidential candidate had 17 traffic violations since 1997, that may…

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  • Gutierrez Declares War on Texas

    Congress’ most ardent supporter of comprehensive immigration reform seems to have declared open war on Texas. Yesterday, on the floor of the House of Representatives, Gutierrez made a statement regarding the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ split decision on US v. Texas, in which 26 states are suing the federal government and trying to delay…

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  • Marco’s Secret Weapon?

    You’ve hear the old-tired line ever since the 2008 election. “Republicans need to appeal to youth and minorities”, candidates on the GOP side have tried anything and everything, except something that may actually work. They’ve launched cool websites with old policies on them, they have put young kids and minorities on TV to represent their…

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  • DENIED! Obama Suffers Setback on Cuba

    As the Obama administration barrels toward its end-around on the Cuban embargo, The House of Representatives today made it much harder for the president to formally re-establish diplomatic relations with the communist dictatorship. The State, Foreign Operations and Related Programs subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations voted today to prohibit a State Department request…

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