Alexis Garcia Archive
Published August 31, 2012
Alexis Garcia says when Democrats seem to find themselves down in the polls, they cry foul over voting laws.
Published August 14, 2012
By picking Rep. Paul Ryan as running mate, Romney has made this election a clear choice about two visions. Do we believe that prosperity comes from the government or individuals and free enterprise?
Published July 14, 2012
Here are three tax reforms the President can implement if he is truly serious about helping the middle class and restoring economic growth.
Published July 02, 2012
The real failure of Obamacare is that it will do nothing to fix the ailing health care system it was designed to save.
Published June 23, 2012
Columnist Alexis Garcia argues that Obama's decision to grant immunity to young undocumented Latinos proves that he does not want the public involved in the immigration debate.
Published June 15, 2012
Alexis Garcia said Obama's new immigrant policy is meant to mollify Hispanics who think the President hasn't done enough on immigration.
Published May 12, 2012
Whether you are for or against affirmative action, it’s hard to deny that the policy has created a disturbing environment.
Published April 20, 2012
Under President Obama, Latinos suffer from high unemployment, high taxes, and low graduation rates.
Published April 15, 2012
For many students, the anxiety of having to pay for college has surpassed the pressure of getting accepted into college.
Published April 08, 2012
A recent PEW poll and the New York Time's Trayvon Martin coverage have contributed to an identity crisis for Latinos.