Monday, October 01, 2012

Howard Hyde Speaking October 2 at SFVRC

Howard Hyde will be presenting October 2 at 7PM to the San Fernando Valley Republican Club (Gary Aminoff, President), which meets at Galpin Ford, Roscoe Blvd near the 405 in Van Nuys.
The topic is 'Republican Priorities, Strategies and the Hispanic Vote 2012'.
Here are a few related past articles:
And a few valuable resources:
  • Answering the Critics of Comprehensive Immigration Reform
    Advocates of immigration reform must take seriously the arguments of critics, explain why these arguments are incorrect and, if necessary, adapt legislation to address the concerns raised.
    By Stuart Anderson
  • Lost in Translation: GOP Struggles With Hispanics
    The Hispanic Vote polls at 63% for Obama, 28% for Romney
    By Neil King Jr.
  • Alabama's Immigration Miss
    Arizona-style anti-illegal immigration laws are backfiring.
    By Jason Riley
  • Scholarly studies on Immigration
    The overriding impact of immigrants is to strengthen and enrich American culture, increase the total output of the economy, and raise the standard of living of American citizens.
    The Cato Institute
  • Is Immigration Good For America?
    Today, the demise of limited government has altered the relation between the individual and the state. People, including immigrants, are much more dependent on the state. In this institutional setting, what are the implications for immigration?
    The Cato Journal