Hispanics on Townhall

Cortney O'Brien - Wed Sep 16

Biden tries to fan the flames of Trump's rhetoric. ... more

Cortney O'Brien - Tue Aug 25

Despite their backgrounds, Rubio and Cruz are not finding much support in the Hispanic community. ... more

Leah Barkoukis - Sun May 10

GOP candidates take note. ... more

Mona Charen - Tue Oct 7

Sarah Jean Seman - Tue Mar 18

Hispanics should not be afraid that their illegal relatives will be discovered and deported through Obamacare enrollment information, President Obama said Tuesday during an interview with Univision Deportes. ... more

Christine Rousselle - Thu Mar 13

Ahh, guilt trips: everyone's favorite tactic to get someone to do what they want. ... more

Nicole Bailey - Fri Dec 20

Despite the fact that the immigration reform debate has largely centered on a path to citizenship, a recent poll found that Hispanics and Asian-Americans are most concerned about relief from the threat of deportation. ... more

Taylor Colwell - Sun Jul 21

A 50-year-old community college student in Arizona has been suspended -- her crime: asking that class discussions be conducted in English. ... more

Ann Coulter - Wed Jul 10

Diana West - Fri Jun 14

Mark Davis - Fri Jun 7

John Hawkins - Sat Mar 30

Hollywood, the mainstream media and the public school system are all almost entirely controlled by people and groups friendly to the Democrat Party. Yet and still, even with that almost overwhelming advantage, Democrats can't do any better than a rough parity with the Republicans. ... more

Kurt Schlichter - Mon Feb 25

There is nothing the liberal establishment hates more than members of the minority groups it considers its political chattel who step off the grounds of the progressive plantation. ... more

Ira Mehlman - Fri Feb 8

Republicans are standing out on the ledge contemplating their next move. They have an air of desperation, having lost an election they believe they should have won. ... more

Tom Tancredo - Thu Jan 31

In 2006 and 2007, Republicans promoting amnesty favored the cliché, “Immigrants do the jobs American’s won’t do.” It was a bad argument then, and with unemployment still hovering around or over 9%, for the last five years, no one even bothers with that anymore. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Fri Jan 25

On Saturday I will be debating Mark Kirkorian on immigration policy before the National Review Institute. ... more

Michael Barone - Thu Jan 3

Demographics buffs get a special Christmas present every year courtesy of the Census Bureau: its annual estimates of the populations of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. ... more

Bruce Bialosky - Mon Dec 17

It is clear Republican failed to capture the votes of Hispanics, Asians and other groups. So let’s take a look at where they are and what they need to do. ... more

Star Parker - Mon Dec 3

Although Mitt Romney took flak for his statement that he lost the election because President Obama bestowed “gifts” on key parts of the electorate, what he said is basically true. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Tue Nov 20

"What the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote, and that strategy worked." ... more

Steve Chapman - Sun Nov 18

Everyone in Washington is showing new interest in immigration reform. President Barack Obama needs to do something to cement the loyalty of Hispanics, who did so much to re-elect him. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Nov 15

A great political party with a long history can survive defeat, even learn from it and grow stronger. But a party that does not learn from its defeats, that appears unable to adapt and grow, cannot remain great. It will join the extensive collection of long-ago American parties, like the Federalists and Whigs and many another, as just another artifact of American history. ... more