Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Sensationalism Over Realism In Do Or Die GOP Debate

Thursday night’s debate is being considered the most consequential of the 2016 Republican primary campaign and it’s true. With only weeks to go before the first votes on the season are cast, last night’s debate highlighted the glaring realities of the race. Donald Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz had the most heated exchange between […]

Immigration Divides GOP Candidates on Stage

At long last, immigration occupied the main stage in a prominent way among the Republican contenders for the White House in Tuesday night’s debate in Milwaukee, Wisconsin moderated by Fox Business Channel and the Wall Street Journal. Two distinct camps emerged on the issue between the candidates, one calling for a pathway to citizenship for […]

Media “Bias” And The GOP Economic Debate

The third Republican presidential debate live from Boulder, Colorado and moderated by CNBC was a mess. The GOP contenders repeatedly criticized questions they did not agree with or could not answer as liberal and biased, and to be fair, some of them were, but not to the extent that some on the debate stage, most […]

NALEO Latino Political Convention Elevated by Latino Vote Impact

If ever there was a year when an annual Latino political convention could be pivotal, it is 2012. With so much focus on the projected Latino vote of 12 million plus in the presidential election, and conjecture on how they could supply the margin of victory in several key states – including Florida, Colorado and […]