You cannot establish sound security on borrowed money. — Abraham Lincoln
This week we have seen tragedy at an Oregon Shopping Mall and the Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. These senseless acts of violence have targeted the innocent, the young and the most vulnerable unsuspecting victims. I urge the faith community to call on all congregants and parishes to pray for the victims and their families. Let us also take the time to pray for our nation.
— Reverend John Mendez
National Faith Based Outreach Director
The LIBRE Initiative
The LIBRE Initiative (LIBRE) will partner with South Florida Conservatives to host an Election Rally and Vote Party. Jose Mallea, LIBRE’s National Coordinator, will speak on the importance of advancing the principles of economic freedom when voting. A true free market system has proven to be the most effective way to create jobs, bring prosperity and revive the American Dream. During the event there will be music, several guest speakers and voting.
WHO: The LIBRE Initiative and South Florida Conservatives
WHAT: Election Party and Get out the Vote Rally
WHY: To encourage the Hispanic community to vote to advance the principles of economic freedom.
WHEN: Friday, November 2nd
Time: 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: West Dade Library
9445 Coral Way (SW 24 St)
Daniel Garza debate en el programa de Univision, "Al Punto" con Jorge Ramos -
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Venezuelans show proudly their purple finger, a sign that they have voted.
By CONZ PRETI
We’ve been covering the Venezuelan elections closely. Throughout the day we’ve received videos from Venezuelans voting around the world, and one thing is certain: They celebrated and enjoyed the process all around.
Silvia Salgado from Primer Impacto sent us these videos from New Orleans. She embarked in a bus packed with Venezuelans eager to vote that went from Miami to New Orleans, a total of 16 hours.