Even though Republicans hope that Latinos' strong religious tradition will attract them to conservatism, an ImpreMedia poll said that 53 percent felt religion had "no impact" on their vote.
Latinos in position of power have the obligation to empower other Latinos, to make their voices heard - and to continue to enrich the fabric of ideas that make our community so vibrant, whether it's through agreement or dissent.
President Obama holds leads over the top three Republican presidential candidates in a new national poll conducted by Latino Decisions for Univision.
Lauro Garza, head of Somos Republicans, the largest organization of Latino conservatives in Texas, has quit the Republican Party because of what he described as the anti-Latino rhetoric of GOP leaders.
One could forgive Herman Cain for grinning like a Cheshire cat during Tuesday night’s GOP debate. Yet the pizza king led the National Restaurant Association as CEO and president. You’d be hard-pressed to find an industry more dependent on immigrant labor — field to kitchen, legal and illegal.
Sen. Rubio's beef with Univision allows candidates to skip a potentially awkward event.
At a campaign stop over the weekend, Cain said that one of the ways to stop illegal immigration is to build an electric fence. He said there would be a sign on it in both English and Spanish that would say "It can kill you."
In a CNN interview, Herman Cain said "black voters have been "brainwashed" into voting for liberals..." The same argument can be made by Latino conservatives regarding Latino voters as well. The only thing is it wouldn't be true for Latino voters, as I'm pretty sure it's not true for black voters.
Herman Cain found himself in hot water Monday with Latino Republicans after telling an audience that his solution to illegal immigration along the Mexican border would include a Great Wall of China-like electrified fence.