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RPV Hispanic Coalition


RPV Hispanic Coalition

Outreach Group: Understanding the Hispanic community, their conservative values, and how to foster relations with the Republican Party.

Location: rpvnetwork.org/group/hispaniccoalition
Members: 74
Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2011

Getting Our Message to Latinos

America Eres TU (“YOU are America”) Radio Program —Joins WURA 920 AM, Quantico VA 

 — The Conservative Hispanic Coalition announced today that its Spanish talk show America Eres TU has joined station WURA-920 AM Radio to broadcast every Saturday at Noon for an hour-long call-in show hosted by Tito Munoz (“Tito the Builder”).

The show is also live-streamed and archived on USTREAM and can be viewed nationally and internationally at this link:


Call 703-221-0920 to participate in Spanish on Saturdays from Noon to 1pm.

Join the FaceBook page also!

Discussion Forum


Started by Tito Munoz. Last reply by The Bulletproof Monk Jan 28, 2011.

Can Trash be Beautiful?

Started by Deborah Munoz Mar 22, 2009.

Comment Wall


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Comment by Deborah Munoz on March 30, 2009 at 9:40pm
Patty's joined the effort! Thanks Patty and welcome to the Hispanic Coalition
Comment by Tito Munoz on March 27, 2009 at 8:08am
Hi Olaf! Welcome to the Hispanic Coalition and thanks for joining.
Comment by O. P. Ditch on March 27, 2009 at 8:04am
check out the Events page.
Comment by Deborah Munoz on March 23, 2009 at 10:44am
A warm welcome to our new member Rebecca Higgins!
Comment by Julie Lucas on March 18, 2009 at 3:27am
Tito and Deborah, thank YOU for all you are doing!
Comment by Javier Manjarres on March 16, 2009 at 12:17pm
Thanks coming down!! Next time bring your better half...
Comment by Marta on March 15, 2009 at 5:36pm
so good to hear your making headway, Tito! Keep up the good work!
Comment by Tito Munoz on March 15, 2009 at 5:26pm
Things are heating up in Florida, in a good way...and you know it has nothing to do with "Global Warming." It's all about politcal awareness and working to combat the threat of socialism. Read about our friends in Florida above.
Comment by Fletcher "Rocky" Johnson on February 19, 2009 at 11:38am
My passion for GOP founding principles tends to run long. Politicians on both side of the isle have lost their way due to political greed and power greed. We have lost the idea of the “gentleman farmer” as leadership. Our founding fathers never intended the leadership in this country to be a full time job.
I researched the founding principles of the GOP, which has driven my passion for getting involved. Our party was created in 1854 by anti-slavery expansion activists who were in opposition to the Kansas-Nebraska Act that would have allowed the expansion of slavery into Kansas. Besides opposition to the expansion of slavery, the party put forward a progressive vision of modernizing the United States, emphasizing higher education, banking, railroads, industry and cities, while promising free homesteads to farmers. The party's founding members chose the name "Republican Party" in honor of Thomas Jefferson who used Republican as the name of his party. The name represented values of civic virtue and opposition to aristocracy and corruption.
These are principles of the past that translate into philosophies of the future.
1. Emphasize the role of free market decision making in fostering economic prosperity.
2. Support the idea of individuals being economically responsible for their own actions and decisions.
3. Consider the income tax system to be inherently inefficient.
4. Oppose graduated tax rates, which unduly target those who create jobs.
5. Private spending is usually more efficient than government spending.
6. The private sector is more effective in helping the poor than government is.
7. Support giving government grants to charitable organizations to supplant welfare spending.
8. Continue to support the welfare reform of 1996, which was signed into law by Democratic President Clinton, and which limited eligibility for welfare, successfully leading to many former welfare recipients finding jobs
9. Make contributions to the protection of the environment.
10. Republican policies eventually led to the creation of the modern U.S. National Park Service.
11. Republican policies were responsible for establishing the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970.
These are “old school” conservative policies that reflect the founders of our party. This is the platform from which leaders should be drawn from.
O.D. hits the nail on the head when he suggested that this is the message that needs to be discussed and spread to everyone. All of us who desire fiscal conservatism, fiscal restraint need to explain these principles to everyone we come in contact with and guide them to join the network so they can be heard. From this group, leaders can be developed and then voted into office.
- Rocky Johnson -
Comment by Tom Whitmore on February 16, 2009 at 2:24pm
Great job, with the recent facelift on the site!!

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