‘The Republicans need to fight back’
Democrats can’t bank on a growing Hispanic population that won’t materialize
New report has surprising findings
‘If he lost the Hispanic vote, that could really spell danger for him’
Obama took 75 percent of state Hispanics in 2012…see what they think now
Principal forces cult-like political rally on grade school kids for paid Cesar Chavez holiday [VIDEO]
‘All of the sudden the principal was yelling viva this and viva that’
‘[I]t is also a troubling sign for the Democratic Party’
Chicago suburbs, exurbs cope with mass Hispanic migration
‘I straight up just got segregated by my own teacher’
‘It was a very stupid prank by someone who wants to be taken seriously’
Despite racist campaign against ‘LINO’ senator, the Texas senator started Latino law review, did Hispanic outreach
Hispanics boosted their share of the electorate to roughly 10 percent in 2012
Conservatives need to offer an inspirational message that will appeal to all Americans, including Hispanics.
The Democratic Latino vote is a problem that defies easy, immigration-related solutions.
The Republican Party remains well positioned to win future elections.
Why Democrats won’t shift any further left on immigration.
If Republicans want to be able to win national elections going forward, they must shift course on immigration.