Friday, July 29, 2016
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Javier Palomarez

Name: Javier Palomarez Title/Occupation: President Organization: U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) What Makes The Person A Game Changer:  Javier Palomarez is the President and CEO of the leading advocate for nearly 3 million Hispanic-owned businesses and over 200 local Hispanic chambers...
It has been a hard day for us few and far between Americans who think a little outside the box. Conventional Wisdom has become a freight train smashing us all into submission about last night’s first debate between President Barack...
February 2010. From the flat speech at the Democratic National Convention to the debate performance last night, many people are asking: Where is the passion of President Obama?  "Times have changed and so have I," the President said in...
The pontification and Monday morning quarterbacking on the first Presidential debate is well under way. Last night, during the debate at the University of Denver,  it appears former Massachusetts Governor and Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney may have had his etcha-sketch moment as he seemed...
In the 19th Century, the growing demand for newspapers led to the creation of wire services, cooperatives between large city-based newspapers, the most famous of these, the Associated Press (AP) adopted the use of the wireless telegraph in 1899, initiated a...

David Olivencia

Name: David Olivencia Title/Occupation: President Organization: Hispanic IT Executive Council What Makes The Person A Game Changer:  David Olivencia is an international business strategy, technology, and public policy executive with 20 years of diverse leadership experiences achieved via leadership roles within Global...
The first of three Presidential debates between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney is over and just in the nick of time, we've seen a reinsertion of the "Jeremiah Wright" race monger card! Let's rewind a bit. By now,...
Governor Romney and President Obama squared off in Denver. The stakes were high as well as the expectations. Many characterized this as Romney’s last gasp, his lasteffort to restart his campaign. Unfortunately, President Obama allowed him to do just...
One of the reasons that I dislike presidential debates, (besides the obvious which is that they are incredibly scripted and seldom provide any new information) is the disingenuous way in which they are reported on. Let’s take a little...
On Tuesday, the Mitt Romney appeared to soften his tone on the immigration issue indicating that he wouldn't deport young immigrants who have been the beneficiaries of the Obama administration's deferred action for childhood arrivals program (DACA). Until then,...