ABC Univision By Jordan Fabian March 14, 2013 Conservatives grappled with their divisions on the contentious issue of immigration reform at the Conservative Political Action Conference as Congress continues its push to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. Speakers on an immigration-reform panel on Thursday morning pitched immigration as an issue that's compatible with conservative principles, but they received a relatively quiet reception from the audience of activists gathered in the conference hall.
USA Today By Martha T. Moore 5 a.m. EDT March 14, 2013 Some old faces — but many young, female and Hispanic faces, too — gather for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in D.C. to find ways to broaden their appeal.
***Full Speech*** CPAC 2013 America’s Future, the Next Generation of Conservatives Washington, DC Thursday, March 14, 2013 As Prepared for Delivery-
For Immediate Release Media Contact: Judy Pino, 202-578-6424 March 5, 2013 (Washington,DC) – (Washington, DC) – The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE), a non-profit, non-partisan organization is proud to welcome Rachel Campos-Duffy to our team of dedicated economic freedom advocates. Rachel will work with LIBRE as strategist and spokesperson in a national effort to expand our message of economic liberty and opportunity to Latinas, youth, and faith-based communities.
LIBRE's Daniel Garza says the important thing is have the nation’s undocumented be able to work legally and contribute further to the economy, and one way to start is through employment visas. Dreamers meet with Obama, Congress, and push for legalization for all
Daniel Garza's latest Fox News Latino editorial makes the case that if we are to reverse the current state of the economy, improve the lives of everyday Americans, we should heed any calls for more tax hikes, on anyone.
Daniel Garza writes an editorial for Fox News Latino regarding the Fiscal Cliff Deal. The agreement amasses and centralizes more tax dollars, more power and more control over Americans. In my last editorial I predicted Washington’s elected leadership would come to an agreement on the so-called fiscal cliff and save us all in the nick of time, in a "MacGyver-esque" fashion. I also predicted that ultimately there would be no significant spending cuts, and regrettably, I was right on both counts.