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Latino Votes Count

November 27, 2014


Latino voters overwhelmingly back President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration reform and overwhelmingly oppose potential GOP efforts to roll it back, according to a “Latino Decisions” poll released last Monday. The survey, which was conducted on behalf of the pro-immigration, NALACC, and Mi Familia Vota, and sampled Latino registered voters nationwide, described President […]

Celebrating Fall Berlin Wall

November 2, 2014


We build walls for many reasons: to protect ownership, to provide privacy, to ensure safety. Also we and nations build walls out of fear and spite. Walls keep others out and keep us in. On the anniversary of November 9, 1989, 25 year ago, a great wall fell in Berlin. For decades, the Berlin Wall […]