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    How Conservatives Reach Out to Hispanics: Heritage Libertad Radio

    How can conservatives connect with Hispanics? What exactly is religious liberty? These are just two of the many questions answered in this month’s installment of The Heritage Libertad podcast. We’ve asked Brittney Morrett of the Libre Initiative and Kristina Arriaga of the Becket Fund to join us. The English version … More

    Latinos Favor Tax Cuts for All, Including the Wealthy

    Are Hispanics—the fastest growing demographic in the country— on their way to becoming a reliably voting liberal bloc? Not so fast, especially considering a recent McClatchy-Marist poll that found that Hispanics, by a margin of 62 percent to 36 percent, favor extending tax cuts for all Americans—including the most affluent. … More

    Heritage Libertad: Taking the Conservative Message to Hispanics

    We are pleased to announce that Heritage Libertad, our Spanish-language website, is getting a facelift. For the past year and a half, The Heritage Foundation has been leading the conservative movement in taking our work, research, and policy analysis to Hispanics across the United States through Heritage Libertad. As a … More

    Senator Marco Rubio: 'I Turn to Heritage Libertad'

    Liberals are bent on making Hispanics, the fastest growing demographic, supporters of big government.  Unfortunately, a recent poll by FOX News Latino reveals that liberals are succeeding.  According to the poll, President Obama has a six-to-one advantage against his Republican rivals among Hispanics. And yet, here at The Heritage Foundation, … More

    Morning Bell: Hispanics and the 2012 Election

    After last week’s Republican primary elections in Wisconsin, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., the 2012 presidential primary season is reaching an inflection point, and eyes are turning toward America’s final decision on Election Day in November. While pundits and pollsters speculate on the horse race and who will capture the hearts … More

    Hispanics Are Not Single-Issue Voters

    It’s been said before, but it must be repeated. Hispanics are not single-issue voters. Despite the narrative reinforced over and over by the Hispanic media and the Latino lobby, Hispanics are concerned about more than just immigration reform. This was recently confirmed in an ImpreMedia Latino Decisions tracking poll that … More

    ¿Por Qué Es América Excepcional?

    Hispanics are rapidly becoming one of the most influential groups in American politics. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, they make up 16.3 percent of the total population and have become increasingly active in elections. Although Hispanics have tended to vote Democratic, their strong commitment to traditional values, families, and … More

    President Obama's Class-Warfare Pitch to Hispanics

    Speaking to a gathering of Hispanics in Washington, D.C., hosted by the American Latino Heritage Forum, President Obama predictably took the opportunity to inject class warfare and partisan politics. President Obama appears to be taking off his gloves and urging Hispanics to join him in continuing to support failed economic … More

    Heritage Radio: Hugo Chavez, Member Questions, More...

    In last week’s Heritage Libertad Radio Show, our team covered a range of topics. Listen in Spanish or English. The English segment kicked off with a discussion of Obama’s recent jobs proposal, followed by an interview with Dr. Ray Walser on Venezuela and Hugo Chavez. The show closed with a … More

    Hispanic Support for Voter ID

    Senator Dick Durbin (D–IL) recently held a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee in order to beat up on states that have passed voter ID laws, which he mistakenly claims “suppress” minority voters like Hispanics. He will no doubt be very unhappy at a poll just released by Resurgent Republic … More