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The Economic Impact of Immigration

by Machir Stull As the population of Europe and parts of Asia grow older, and … Continue reading

Brooks: The Field Is Flat

by David Brooks by David Brooks Like a lot of people who pay attention to … Continue reading


Noonan: The Too-Smooth Cruz

By Peggy Noonan, WSJ And so it begins. Ted Cruz announced Monday, the first major … Continue reading


Senate Panel Sets Sights on In-State Tuition Law

By Julián Aguilar, Texas Tribune The push to repeal a 2001 law that allows some … Continue reading


Federal Appeals Court to Hear Arguments on Immigration Ruling

Texas federal judge blocked Obama’s immigration actions By Nathan Koppel,WSJ A federal appellate court Tuesday … Continue reading

High-income Americans pay most income taxes, but enough to be ‘fair’?

By Drew DeSilver, Pew Research Center Americans don’t much like the federal tax system, a … Continue reading


Replacing Medicare’s Unsustainable Sustainable Growth Rate

by Yevgeniy Feyman, Fellow, Manhattan Institute Robert A. Book, Senior Research Director, Health Systems Innovation … Continue reading


Patrick’s Tax Cut Package Triggering Debate

by Aman Batheja, Texas Tribune While Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick prepares to have the Texas … Continue reading


header-hoover-institution-fellows1-1Welcome To Latinos Ready To Vote!

Latinos Ready To Vote (LRTV)  is an organization dedicated to promote voter Registration among Latino Americans, naturalize Legal Permanent Residents in Latino communities and promote Conservative Principles. We will work to inform Latinos on issues important to them and their community  Moreover, we will inform them about the benefits of civic engagement to ensure that we, as Americans citizens, have an equal access to legal political rights and representation in all branches of state and federal government.  We know that the Latino community is becoming a strong voting bloc.  Hence,  we encourage Latinos to register to vote and learn about the issues salient to the  community and America, such as education, jobs, the economy, immigration, and the broken entitlements system  (i.e. Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid) that will hurt future generation of Americans.  Therefore, we seek to encourage all  Latinos in America to participate in their community and in America, through civic engagement, success in education, successful entrepreneurship, and participate in the political process by voting.

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The Economic Impact of Immigration

by Machir Stull As the population of Europe and parts of Asia grow older, and … Continue reading


Profile of the Unauthorized Population: Texas

  Find your county here at the Texas Tribune county -by – county interactive data  … Continue reading


Unauthorized Immigrants: Who they are and what the public thinks

Pew Hispanic Center The U.S. is a nation of immigrants. But unauthorized immigrants and U.S. … Continue reading

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Immigration Action Gets Mixed Response, But Legal Pathway Still Popular

  Pew Research Center The public is divided over President Obama’s recent executive action that … Continue reading


Executive Actions on Immigration

On November 20, 2014, the President announced a series of executive actions to crack down … Continue reading


Latinos Need to Stop Complaining About voter ID Laws and Get Serious About Voting

By Alex Gonzalez Latinos in America need to stop complaining about voter rights and voter … Continue reading


Latino Cultural Ascendency: Latinos Need Not Apologize For Their Culture To Be Republicans

By Alex Gonzalez “Scots-Irish never accept the fact that their leaders are superior to them … Continue reading


Linda Vega: It’s Time To Rebuild America the Texas Way (speech text)‏

By Linda Vega This is the full speech addressing the NorthShore Republican Women Club in … Continue reading


Why The Texas Legislature Needs to Leave Higher Ed Alone, or Improve it

By Alex Gonzalez The most recent “2014 Progress Report” by Texas Higher Education Coordination Board … Continue reading


Abbott: This Is Your House!

  By Linda Vega “This is your house,” stated Gov. Abbott at the commencement of … Continue reading

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