Tag Archives: The Hyphenated American

TX. Sen. John Cornyn and the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

TX. Sen. John Cornyn and the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Yesterday, March 28, Sen. Cornyn posted on Facebook about his luncheon with the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce! I take exception to that … Continue reading

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Time to end Black History Month? 2013

Here we are again, the 1st of February and the start of Black History Month, and once again I am going to speak my mind on Black History Month. Here is a re-post from last year regarding my thoughts about Black History … Continue reading

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Racism in America: The Hyphenated American Redux

Racism in America: The Hyphenated American Redux There are African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Asian-Americans, Arab-Americans, Native-Americans, etc. And then there are just – Americans. Some of you pass me on the street and sneer in my direction. You call me ‘White boy’, … Continue reading

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Rubio defends scaled-back DREAM Act, says it addresses ‘humanitarian issue’

Rubio defends scaled-back DREAM Act, says it addresses ‘humanitarian issue’ Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio on Sunday defended his plan to develop a scaled-back version of the DREAM Act, arguing that his proposal represents not amnesty, but an effort to … Continue reading

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