December 16, 2021
The filing deadline has passed. As we at Texas Latino Conservatives PAC look at the names of those who have filed to serve the people of Texas we are happy to see so many names of people we have not seen before.
We are additionally gratified to see so many Hispanic surnames filing in the Republican primary.
Some on the left are trying to destroy Latino identity by changing our self-references with the goal of controlling our thinking. Their attempts to change Latino to Latinx is a part of this effort of mind control. Here is a good article exposing their efforts:
by V. Lance Tarrance
Comments on a new report released July 15, 2021 by the Pew Research Center
A very large study of Hispanics was recently conducted (March 2021) which showed that Hispanics in the United States have been hit very hard by the Covid-19 pandemic this past year, particularly with their biggest hardships being losing jobs and work projects. However, U.S. Hispanics are very optimistic, in that 65% now believe, "the worst is now behind us". This study involved over 3000 self-identified Hispanics, who self administered their responses on a web survey.
Where U.S. Hispanics were hurt the most this past year was in paying their rent or their mortgages. Hispanics suffered a number of financial challenges, but losing their job was the worst hardship. Scaled by type of U.S. Hispanics today, 26% of naturalized Hispanics had job loss hardships, U.S. born Hispanics suffered even more (35%), while undocumented Hispanics in the U.S. were almost decimated with 50% saying that they suffered job losses, which created the most financial hardship.
However, looking forward to 2022 elections, the key finding in this very large scale study was that U.S. Hispanics are optimistic about their future, which has important ramifications.
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