TIME Magazine is making a bold claim: The Latino vote will decide the 2012 elections. Their cover story argues that the Latino vote has grown in certain parts of the country that may determine our President in 2012.
It hasn't taken long for some Latinos, proud to share the GOP culture and conservative values, found they couldn’t tolerate any longer their party’s leadership when it came to talking about the DREAM Act or immigration reform.
Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has received the endorsement of the nation's largest Hispanic Republican group, Somos Republicans
The Republican Party is beefing up its minority outreach nationwide amid concerns that tough immigration rhetoric in the presidential primary is taking on an increasingly anti-Hispanic tone.
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.
While it might be admirable for the GOP to make an attempt to reach out to Latinos during a Presidential election year, I am afraid that their efforts will be fruitless until they reverse the actions of their dismal voting record.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Friday about how Georgia’s political people were expressing outrage with the new policy that puts those students and spouses at the bottom of the priority list of non-citizens who ought to have to worry about being removed by force from the United States.
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.