Alfonso Aguilar, of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, has a new op-ed in Politico examining the new immigration legislation in Utah.
Video: Alfonso Aguilar
talks tax cuts, immigration and the economy on MSNBC
Last week the executive director of our Latino Partnership
, Alfonso Aguilar
, was once again in front of the cameras, this time on MSNBC talking about issues recently in the headlines:
Video: MSNBC Immigration Townhall with APP's Alfonso Aguilar
APP's Alfonso Aguilar to appear on MSNBC Immigration Town Hall
We're very pleased to announce that Alfonso Aguilar, the executive director of our Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, will be participating in a special televised Town Hall meeting hosted by MSNBC:
APP's Alfonso Aguilar, the President of our Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, was featured in a story by the Associated Press yesterday with the title "Obama says politics to blame for immigration delay":
"President Obama is operating under the false assumption that Latinos are natural-born Democrats who will rally behind his policies in lockstep," said Alfonso Aguilar, executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles.
"I think the relationship has been damaged," says [LPCP executive director Alfonso] Aguilar.
and our Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles
was active in Orlando last week, organizing a successful town hall meeting which has been gaining attention and praise from local press and bloggers.
explains the thinking behind this event and future ones:
"This is the first of a series of town hall meetings we are going to hold across the country to reach out directly to the base, to the Latino community, to encourage them to get involved in the Conservative movement," Aguilar
APP's Alfonso Aguilar to appear on Michael Medved today
The Executive Director of APP's Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, Alfonso Aguilar, will be on The Michael Medved radio show between 5-6PM EST to discuss immigration and Latino issues.
Please tune in to hear Alfonso
has also published an op-ed today in Politico
writes that "On Latinos", conservatives should "Listen to the Gipper."
is widely-read by hill staffers and other DC insiders.
Hopefully it will help them formulate conservative solutions to the challenges posed by immigration and assimilation.
Here is how Aguilar
It's been dizzying over the past week trying to keep up with all the activities of Alfonso Aguilar, the executive director of our Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles.
Last week he
was on the O'Reilly Factor (I posted video of his
Alfonso is the Executive Director of APP's Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles.
Skip to the 1:30 mark in this video for Alfonso's appearance:
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At one point, Ingraham tells Alfonso he
is in the "No Spin Zone", and since we agree with The Factor that facts shouldn't be spun, let's unspin a couple of Ingraham's misleading claims:
At 4:40, Ingraham claims there is no possibility for racial profiling in the Arizona law, but she
fails to acknowledge Alfonso's claim that in practice this law is open to abuse, and does not target the main threat to peace in Arizona posed by illegal immigrants - drug traffickers and kidnappers.
Alfonso is also a lawyer who believes in the rule of law, but he understands that in practice a misguided law will only exarcerbate the problems it is has supposedly been enacted to fix.
At 6:05, Alfonso clearly upsets Ingraham by stating that he
believes, with Ronald Reagan, that at the same time as working for border security, the U.S. must also establish a guest-worker program.
Ingraham says this represents an amnesty position, which Alfonso
In fact, if you read the Latino Partnership's five-point position on Immigration, at no point is amnesty mentioned as a viable conservative solution.
The Latino Partnership
is not for amnesty.
will get another bite at the apple soon on FOX News
, to further explain the conservative solutions to immigration which APP and the Latino Partnership