Saturday, July 21

MEDIA ADVISORY: Mitt Romney To Address Hispanic Republican Convention

He seems to be the only one putting effort to address the population of Latino heritage. Whether he is being successful, or whether he has a message that resonates is to be determined, but the effort will count for something.

PRESS RELEASE  
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 21, 2007    Contact: Bettina Inclan
Phone: 202-281-0891
       
MEDIA ADVISORY

Mitt Romney to Address Hispanic Republican Convention


WHAT:         

Governor Mitt Romney will meet with Hispanic Republican leaders at the Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA) convention.  Gov. Romney will be the keynote speaker during a Sunday Prayer Breakfast with the RNHA. The event is the closing ceremony of the four day convention.

WHEN:
Sunday, July 22, 2007
8:00 – 10:00 AM 

WHERE:          
Hotel Palomar
Phillips Room
2121 P Street, NW, Washington D.C

WHO:           

Governor Romney will be the keynote speaker during a Prayer Breakfast on Sunday. Reverend Sam Rodriguez, President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) will lead the Morning Prayer. Among the participants are the RNHA state chapter presidents and national leadership.

DETAILS:     

The Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA) National Convention is taking place from July 19 – 22, 2007 in Washington D.C. Scheduled to speak at the event are GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist, ABC Network Correspondent Manny Madreno, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart and many more. For tickets call 202-281-0891.


CONTACT:   

Bettina Inclan, 202-281-0891, bettina.inclan@gmail.com. For press credentials     
                       
visit http://www.rnha.org/convention.htm or contact Bettina Inclan.

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The mission of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly is to build a membership organization to foster the principles of the Republican Party in the Hispanic community, provide Hispanic Americans with a forum to play an influential role in local, state, and national Party activities, increase the number of Hispanic Republican elected officials, and create and maintain a network of Hispanic Republican leaders.

Friday, July 20

Immigration News Link Round Up

Here is what various conservative organizations are writting on the issue of immigration.
 
Border Patrol Union president supports pardon for imprisoned agents
(AgapePress)
U.S. City Gives Illegal Immigrants Official ID
(Judicial Watch)
Middle Easterners Smuggled Into U.S.
(Judicial Watch)
Zvesper on Citizenship
(Claremont Institute)
The Fairness Doctrine Lives!
(Campus Report)
Kennedy on Citizenship
(Claremont Institute)
Illegal Aliens Sue for $100 a Day for Jail Time
(American Civil Rights Union)
Beyond Senate: Illegal Immigration Issue LIVES on
(American Civil Rights Union)
The "Fairness Doctrine" Power Grab
(Family Security Matters)
Plan B
(WORLD Magazine)
Anti-immigrant, Anti-Business Hysteria in Arizona
(Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council)
What to Do With Unlawfully Present Population?
(Heritage Foundation)
The Need for Upholding Our National Language
(Heritage Foundation)
Poll: Bush Base Erodes on Immigration Debate
(American Conservative Union)
ID Cards for Illegals?
(American Civil Rights Union)
Immigration Key Vote: Bingaman Amendment
(Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council)
Deal or no deal?
(WORLD Magazine)
Common Sense on Immigration?
(Claremont Institute)
Xeno, Phobia Princess
(Claremont Institute)
Bias of Border Studies
(Campus Report)

Monday, July 16

Conference for Minority Journalists of Faith in NY

I’ll be a guest panelist during the Conference for Minority Journalists of Faith this coming November 2-3, 2007. I believe the topic of the panel will be the power of blogging and internet writing. Should be a spirited discussion and a great learning experience. I learn a lot by engaging with the young aspiring journalists, as well as through conversations with the WJI faculty.

Here is what the conference is going to be about:

Working and aspiring minority journalists of faith will gather together for the annual World Journalism Institute weekend conference for minority journalists of faith in New York City at The King’s College in midtown Manhattan.

Those who attend will be encouraged and challenged to integrate their Christian faith and journalism practice in a fashion appropriate for today’s mainstream newsrooms. This unique conference provides an opportunity for meeting other like-minded journalists and learn from outstanding role models.

The two-day conference will be composed of lectures, seminars, media tours and fellowship.

You can get more information and send in your application (its competitive) right here.