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Congressman Labrador Warns GOP on Immigration Bill

On Sunday's Meet the Press, Congressman Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) issued a warning for his fellow GOPers if the immigration bill is not done "right." Labrador...

Richwine Dissertation Last Straw for Florida Hispanic Outreach Director

Consider this real fallout from the Heritage Foundation - Jason Richwine scandal. Yesterday a Florida Hispanic Outreach Director, Pablo Pantoja, announced that he had...

Republicans Expand 2013 College Voter Suppression to Ohio

Nobody likes a sore loser, especially in politics. Usually in the world of campaigns and elections losing is a painful but important opportunity to...

How Alaska Rep Don Young’s “Wetback” Comment Doesn’t Change the GOP

It's going to take more than a new suit and tie. When it comes to racial issues, the Republican Party reminds me of a...

Are Rand Paul and Others on the Right Pro-Immigration Reform?

Yesterday in a speech before the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Washington.the Republican Senator from Kentucky Rand Paul said that he supported changes...

Immigration Reform Now Most Important Issue for Latinos; Bill Expected in...

A recent poll from Latino Decisions shows that for 58% of Latino voters, immigration reform is now the most important issue for Congress and...

The End of the GOP? Latinos Overwhelmingly Prefer Democrats

While Latino immigrants tend to prefer the Democratic Party over the GOP, a new study from the Pew Research Center finds that their children...

The Latino Vote: Obama, the Economy, Hate and Democrats

Latino voters accounted for 10% of the voting population in the 2012 election, up from 2008, and in several races these voters proved to...

Brother’s Keeper: 6 Examples of Eric Holder Having Obama’s Back

It’s no secret U.S. Attorney General, Eric Holder, is in the line of fire of the Republican Party. They continue to lambast him at...

Can Black America Benefit from a Republican Congress?

Would Black Americans overtly split their vote? It depends on the numbers