CORTES: These Republicans Are Rushing to Enable Soros-Backed Open Borders Policies – And They’ll Pay a Political Price.

“We owe them.” Former Vice-President Joe Biden proffered that assessment about illegal migrants at the presidential debate in Nashville on October 22nd. In reality, our country owes precisely nothing to people who trespassed their way into America, especially considering all of them jeopardize the economic security, and some of them imperil the physical safety of American citizens. The only debt owed by elected leaders is to the citizens of this great republic: the people who consent to being governed. Amazingly – and perhaps predictably – a group of Republicans have already emerged, ready to assist the left’s agenda to effectively

CORTES: Divider Obama Demeans Hispanics and Christians, Uniter Trump Delivers

Former President Barack Obama rarely misses an opportunity to assail citizens of genuine Christian belief, those “bitter” simpletons who “cling” to faith and the Bible. This past week he added a new wrinkle to his standard bromide: demeaning Hispanics at the same time. The former President remarked: “a lot of evangelical Hispanics who, you know, the fact that Trump says racist things about Mexicans, or puts detainees, undocumented workers in cages. They think that’s less important than the fact that he supports their views on gay marriage or abortion.” Credit for packing such a diabolical level of condescension and falsehoods into

Cortes: Biden’s Numbers Amongst Hispanics Are Awful, Here’s Why…

Joe Biden struggles to lift his sagging support among Hispanic Americans, issuing buzzword-heavy white paper proposals and addressing Hispanic audiences from his basement redoubt. The Biden campaign is understandably, frantically worried about his standing among Hispanics because they are fully aware that Donald Trump’s surprisingly strong performance among Hispanics in 2016 helped seal his victory, and that various metrics show that support strengthening. For example, a Quinnipiac University poll from July shows Biden’s support among Hispanics at only 45 percent, massively underperforming Hillary Clinton’s already-disappointing 66 percent performance in 2016. This survey reports President Trump’s support at 35 percent, consistent