Just as students fought for President Obama in 2008, the president and his Democrats have fought tirelessly on behalf of college students. That's why students continue to stand by their president today.
Angle and Vitter pull out all the stops with race-baiting immigration ads. Dobbs pulls a Whitman. Fiorina hits Boxer for voting against immigration reform that Fiorina opposes. Politicos wonder: Will Latino voters turn out?
As we formulate our opinion of the Congressman, what else do we want to know? We want to know what he is listening to on his iPod. Considering the Congressman's home state and political positions, I've taken a shot at recreating his go-to playlist.
Not only have Latinos suffered the drastic increase in hate crimes and racism against our community, but we also have the highest risk of death and injury at work, and the highest percentage of wage theft.
The widespread frustration and anger is understood and acknowledged. But the solution is found in the vision for pragmatic, balanced, sound policies, not turning over the keys to those who would reverse America's progress.