Cities in the U.S. are Leading the Way to Economic Prosperity

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says employers added just 88,000 jobs in March, while the unemployment rate at 7.6 percent changed little as more people stopped looking for work. Daniel Garza, Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative released the follow statement: Washington, DC- "While our national economy remains flat, some cities across our country are weathering the downturn better than others and creating economic opportunities for its residents.

LIBRE Responds to The Manhattan Institute’s Report

The LIBRE Initiative Executive Director, Daniel Garza released the following statement: Washington, DC – “This study further proves that in order for immigrants to succeed in the United States they must assimilate culturally and economically to reach full potential and reap all the benefits that our country has to offer.

LIBRE Responds to Forbes Texas Jobs Report

The LIBRE Initiative Executive Director, Daniel Garza released the following statement: “It is no surprise that many cities from the State of Texas rank at the top of the Forbes list of “Best City for Good Jobs” given its successful efforts to keep taxes low, resist passage of new regulations, and work earnestly to honor its constitutional limitations on spending. These are tried and true principles that have made societies prosper and are proving to make the difference for Texans.

Asimilación cultural de los hispanos

(Washington, DC)- Judy Pino, Directora de Comunicaciones de La Iniciativa LIBRE, es invitada en el programa Generación LIBRE por KRLV 1340 am desde Las Vegas y charla sobre la asimilación cultural de la comunidad latina en los Estados Unidos al igual que las implicaciones económicas y políticas que la segregación entre estos grupos de Latinos podría tener en el bienestar del país.

LIBRE Responds to Budget Legislation Passed by the House

LIBRE Executive Director Daniel Garza released the following statement: “While we are encouraged by the passage of these legislative initiatives, balancing the budget will not reduce the debt that has accumulated through wasteful spending. We now call on the Senate and the Administration to show leadership and avert the looming fiscal calamity our nation faces. The lack of leadership has created one crisis after another; this is no way to run a country.” Media Contact: Judy Pino, 202-578-6424

Daniel Garza: Remarks at CPAC 2013

Media Contact: Judy Pino, 202-578-6424 ***In Case You Missed It*** (Washington, DC) – The LIBRE Initiative releases video of the speech delivered by The LIBRE Initiative’s Executive Director, Daniel Garza and remarks on immigration reform policy and the entrepreneurial spirit, during the panel, “Respecting Families and the Rule of Law, a Lasting Immigration Policy” that took place at CPAC 2013 in Washington DC on March 14, 2013.

LIBRE Welcomes GOP “Growth and Opportunity Project”

Media Contact: Judy Pino, 202-578-6424 The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) Executive Director, Daniel Garza released the following statement: “The LIBRE Initiative welcomes today’s announcement from the GOP that it intends to ramp up its efforts in courting Hispanics, women, youth and other growing electoral voter blocks. Both of America's major political parties would do well to improve outreach by advancing smart, market-based policies shown to improve the lives of every hard working American.

CPAC y el presupuesto federal

(Washington, DC)- Judy Pino, Directora de Comunicaciones de La Iniciativa LIBRE, es invitada en el programa Generación LIBRE por KRLV 1340 am desde Las Vegas y charla sobre la Conferencia de Acción Política Conservadora (CPAC) tomando lugar esta semana en Washington y la entrega de los planes de ambos partidos del congreso en su intento por balancear el presupuesto federal. Escuche la entrevista aqui.

Economy will Remain Weak Unless Congress Acts

Millions remain jobless despite slight unemployment rate decrease Daniel Garza, Executive Director of The LIBRE Initiative released the following statement: “Although the President broke bread with Republican members of Congress to come up with a deficit reduction deal, this conversation is long overdue. It took the Administration four years and one month into the presidency and forced budget cuts to address the seriousness of the issue in a bipartisan manner.