Obama’s policy meant to capture Latino votes

Freedom New Mexico President Barack Obama’s fourth year in office will represent the 12th consecutive year that Americans have lived under hawkish, big-government progressive leadership from the White House. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Obama isn’t much different than George W. Bush. On immigration, a majority of Republicans should prefer Obama […]

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ENMU set for second Latino Leadership Summit

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Diego Espinoza said he helped start the Latino Leadership Summit to provide information and expose Hispanic students to a college setting. The second annual summit featuring guest speakers, financial workshops and campus tours is being held Friday at Eastern New Mexico University. “It’s going to be a day to […]

Hispanic or Latino, what’s in a name?

By Helena Rodriguez When my daughter Laura and I walked into Dillard’s last weekend, it was not only looking a lot like Christmas, it was more like a Hispanic Christmas. This department store is one of a handful of upscale retailers accused a few years ago of a string of racist practices said to have […]