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Join us this Tuesday, 9:00-10:00 pm EST for a vibrant illegal immigration discussion with special guest Maria Lynda Espinoza, co-Founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, (www.TheRemembranceProject.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit illuminating the issue of American citizens killed by illegal aliens.
Born in Rotan, TX in 1962, Espinoza is an outspoken leading anti-illegal immigration activist. As speaker, writer and national organizer for the grassroots movement educating others on the issue, she is also specifically an advocate for the families of Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens.
Espinoza’s flagship initiative is called The Stolen Lives Quilt ™, a national “Quilt of Remembrance”. She has expanded the organization to over 28 states and is widely recognized as the anti-illegal immigration expert responsible for helping Donald Trump glean his now famous, popular and respected understanding of, and public support for, American families victimized by illegal aliens through organizing private meetings of families with the candidate.
Espinoza also aspires to office and will discuss her candidacy for Congress (http://mariaforamerica.com/about/). Call in to join Espinoza and your hosts Reuben Torres & Mark Falzon: 646 915 8117 to listen only; and press 1 to comment or ask a question. This show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.com
Many plans have been put forth to correct the serious immigration issues facing the United States today. Ruthie Hendrycks works formulating legislation regarding, among other things, the H1-B visa program. Tune-in tonight to get her take on both the problems and some solutions. Call in with your comments and/or questions.
We may also discuss, "You Are My Hero", co-authored by Wendy Colburn-Blanco and Kelly Terry Willis, a book chronicling the story of murdered border agent Brian Terry. For more information on Ruthie Hendrycks, go to "The Ruthie Report" HERE
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TV Director and Documentary Film Maker Eddie Borges on Tonight and he will be discussing the Current Topics of the Day: Bill De Blasio, the lack of Hispanic Leadership, and his latest projects.
Eddie Borges is directing a documentary about Mexican and Puerto Rican childhood poverty in the United States. He also developed and ran the Empty Beds, Wasted Dollars campaign to support the transformation of New York's juvenile justice system. This included closing more than half of the state's juvenile jails where black and Latino children were mistreated and a child was killed.
Borges is a Motion Picture and Film Producer & Director at Searching for Los Ríos and the Founder at Child Poverty. Borges was a Consultant at the Rockefeller Family Fund and Director of Communications and External Affairs at Times Square Alliance.
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Rafael Edward "Ted" Cruz (born December 22, 1970) is an American politician and the junior U.S. Senator from Texas. He is a candidate for President of the United States in the 2016 presidential election.Cruz was the Republican nominee for the Senate seat vacated by fellow Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison. On July 31, 2012, he defeated Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in the Republican primary runoff, 57%–43%. Cruz defeated former state Representative Paul Sadler in the general election on November 6, 2012. He won 56%–41% over Sadler. He was elected by Texas to the U.S. Senate in 2012 and is the first Hispanic American to serve as a U.S. senator representing Texas. Tonite, Wendy Lynn Day, the director of the Cruz Campaign in Michigan will be joining us live. The Show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.co
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Eddie Borges is irecting documentary about Mexican and Puerto Rican childhood poverty United States. He also developed and ran the Empty Beds, Wasted Dollars campaign to support the transformation of New York's juvenile justice system. This included closing more than half of the state's juvenile jails where black and Latino children were maltreated and a child was killed.
Borges is a Motion Picture and Film Producer & Director at Searching for Los Ríos and a Founder at ChildPoverty. He was also the following: a US Consultant at the Rockefeller Family Fund and Director of Communications and External Affairs at Times Square Alliance. Tonite he will be discussing his latest projects.
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US President Barack Obama has promised that the United States will admit 10,000 Syrian refugees for resettlement over the next 12 months, after criticism that America is not doing enough.
But this would represent a huge increase in the number of families arriving on US soil. In the more that four years since fighting erupted barely 1,800 Syrians have been welcomed here.
Meanwhile, obstacles have stretched the approval process for those already registered and vetted by the UN's refugee agency to almost two years per case.
So how will Obama's promise be delivered and what hurdles are keeping the refugees from arriving sooner?
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The younger generation will be assuming this world the way it is when we pass on. Immigration has been a hot button topic since the day the country was formed -and more so today due to security and especially the recent attacks on Paris. It seems to be that the west never learns from its mistakes. In is episode discover what the younger generation will do.
Deborah Montanez is an economic students at William Paterson University in NJ. Her family like many of our have come from another country and went through immigration services. She wishes to pursue a career in law and assist the group Studentsforabetterfuture.
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Students For A Better Future Identifies there are five main issues that our presidential candidates should be focusing on for the upcoming election. These are Healthcare, Economy, Immigration, Education, and Foreign Policy. Tonite we will be touching upon each one of these with Commentator and Investigative Reporter Kimberly Morin.
Kimberly Morin is a commentator and investigative reporter for the Manchester Political Buzz Examiner. She blogs at Granite Grok and The Federalist Papers Project. Kimberly is also the anchor of Girard At Large's weekly 'Politically Buzzed' segment each Monday morning. She is an activist who follows/fights legislation and outs corruptocrats. Kimberly is also one of the founding members of the Women's Defense League of NH who is on the B.O.D. and works on the Legislative Team as well as media and education.
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