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    La Raza president: Border protesters ‘cloaked their hatred in patriotism’

    La Raza president: Border protesters ‘cloaked their hatred in patriotism’

    Posted at 8:25 pm on July 21, 2014 by Twitchy Staff | View Comments

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    Murguía: Even those who disagree w/us on #immigration should be troubled by the reaction to 50k little kids simply seeking refuge. #NCLR14
    4:13 PM - 21 Jul 2014

    National Council of La Raza president Janet Muguía delivered her president’s message today, and it included the word “un-American” more than once.
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    Murguía: The plight of these child refugrees has sadly brought out the worst in a lot of people. #NCLR14
    4:13 PM - 21 Jul 2014
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    Murguía:I was sickened by the sight of angry protesters this month in Murrieta, Calif. #NCLR14
    4:13 PM - 21 Jul 2014

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    Murguía: When they cloaked their hatred in patriotism shouting "USA USA" again and again, it made me angry. #NCLR14
    Here we go.
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    Murguía: There is nothing more un-American than denying compassion and decency towards a group of young kids in need. #NCLR14
    4:14 PM - 21 Jul 2014
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    Murguía: There is nothing more un-American than deliberately frightening already traumatized kids, some still in diapers. #NCLR14
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    Murguía: What we saw in Murrieta is not patriotism. #NCLR14
    4:15 PM - 21 Jul 2014
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    Murguía: It's ugly, divisive, & yet another low for a debate I thought couldn't get much lower. #NCLR14
    4:15 PM - 21 Jul 2014
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    Murguía: What is also reprehensible are the elected officiials who have shamelessly encouraged hateful bigotry. #NCLR14
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    Murguía: .@RepJeffDuncan of S. Carolina likened the influx of young child refugees to D-Day.
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    Murguía: @RepPhilGingrey--a doctor who should know better--claimed the children were "disease-ridden." #NCLR14
    4:15 PM - 21 Jul 2014

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    Murguía: And, @replouiegohmert of Texas urged Gov. Ricky Perry to use "any means necessary" to "stop the invasion." #NCLR14
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    Murguía: What is wrong with these people? How can they talk about children, any children, in this way? #NCLR14
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    Murguía: All the Congressman I just quoted consider themselves people of faith, but there is nothing godly in their words. #NCLR14
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    Murguía: It's disgraceful for anyone to use fear-mongering at the expense of these vulnerable children. #NCLR14
    4:16 PM - 21 Jul 2014


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    Murguía: It's also absurd to blame their plight on lax enforcement policies or a failure to control the border. #NCLR14
    4:16 PM - 21 Jul 2014


    Oh really?
    Muguía is counting on the president to use his pen and phone.

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    Murguia: The absence of leadership in the House reminds us that someone else has to step up into the breach. #NCLR14
    4:29 PM - 21 Jul 2014

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    Murguia: We are asking once that the president provide administrative relief where the House has failed to act. #NCLR14
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    Murguia: We are four months away from the mid-term elections & two years away from the next presidential election. #NCLR14
    4:32 PM - 21 Jul 2014
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    Murguía: I promise you the road to the White House runs through the #Latino community. #NCLR14
    4:33 PM - 21 Jul 2014

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    HHS: 96% of 45,157 Illegal Alien Children ‘Discharged’ to ‘Sponsor’ in the U.S.

    July 22, 2014 - 3:31 PM

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    Illegal immigrant children arrive in the United States from Central America. (AP Photo)

    (CNSNews.com) – A spokesperson for the Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Administration of Children and Families (ACF) said 96 percent of the 45, 157 unaccompanied alien children who were in the custody of HHS’ Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) have been “discharged” to a “sponsor” in the United States.



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    I really have a problem with the fact that LaRaza has been granted tax exempt status while it openly engages in political activities. This organization is a perfect example of far left anarchist groups that have been GRANTED tax exempt status, while conservative groups such as True the Vote were harassed by every agency the government had.
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    National Council of La Raza


    Introduction


    The National Council of La Raza (“La Raza”) is a left-of-center Hispanic group that opposes many American immigration laws. La Raza describes itself as a civic-minded Hispanic advocacy group. Critics complain La Raza supports amnesty for illegal immigrants. La Raza believes that Hispanics in America are victims of terrible racism.[1] La Raza opposes English-only laws.[2] Critics contend that La Raza (literally translated “the race”) is part of a larger movement that seeks to extinguish United States borders and control much of the American west as the rightful owners of that land.


    History and Mission



    According to La Raza’s website, it is “the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States” and it “serves all Hispanic subgroups in all regions of the country.”[3] La Raza works “to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans,” who are, in its estimation, an oppressed minority.[4]

    La Raza is an extension of the 1960s radical Chicano Movement.[5] It "was inspired in part by Mexican intellectual Jose Vasconcelos and his notion of 'la raza cosmica,' a superior cosmic race."[6] In the 1960s, the Ford Foundation hired Herman Gallegos, Julian Samora, and Ernesto Galarza to head a national civil rights organization to advocate for Mexican-Americans. As a result of these efforts, the Southwest Council of La Raza (SWCLR) was founded in 1968. By 1973, SWCLR had become a national organization, now the National Council of La Raza. Today, La Raza vigorously advocates for racial preferences (affirmative action),[7] bilingual education,[8] mass immigration[9] and amnesty for illegal aliens.[10]


    Work



    La Raza’s Institute for Hispanic Health works to reduce the incidence, burden, and impact of health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and HIV/AIDS in the Hispanic community. La Raza’s Homeownership Network operates in 20 states and provides counseling on home buying and management. La Raza also has early childhood and secondary education programs which stress literacy, college preparation, and parental involvement. The organization’s education programs also address the needs of Latino and English language students through a network of community-based charter schools. In addition, La Raza works to increase employment opportunities for Latino youth through its Escalera program. Youth leadership is also stressed in the Líderes initiative that links youth development organizations around the country into one national network. Through these programs, La Raza provides technical assistance to its network of community-based organizations around the country working on the same issues.

    La Raza’s policy team also works on a range of similar issues, including civic engagement, criminal and juvenile justice, wealth building, housing, education, and health. However, La Raza is most well known for its immigration advocacy. The organization advocates on behalf of Hispanics in the United States by conducting research and informing policy-makers about how proposed or existing legislation affects the Latino community.


    Liberal Activism


    La Raza co-sponsored the 2008 “Take Back America” conference. The Campaign for America’s Future and the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) also sponsored the event along the AFL-CIO and other liberal groups. The primary mission of the conference was to mobilize voters to liberal causes. Calling it “the most expensive mobilization in history,”[11] the liberal groups hoped to raise $350 million.[12]

    LA Raza also has ties to Democratic politicians. In January 2012, President Barack Obama selected former La Raza senior vice president, Cecilia Muñoz, to serve as head of his Domestic Policy Council.[13]

    Controversy


    In 1994, La Raza awarded Jose Angel Gutierrez its “Chicano Hero Award.” Gutierrez is a political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington, who memorably stated in 1969, “[w]e have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him.”[14] In 2004, La Raza’s Chicano hero proclaimed, “[w]e are the future of America. Unlike any prior generation, we now have the critical mass. We’re going to Latinize this country.”[15]

    La Raza has espoused that much of the United States belongs to the Chicano people and seeks to return that land to them.[16] In 2006, then-Congressman (now deceased) Charlie Norwood (R-GA) explained that:[17]
    MEChA and the La Raza movement teach that Colorado, California, Arizona, Texas, Utah, New Mexico, Oregon and parts of Washington State make up an area known as ‘Aztlan’ -- a fictional ancestral homeland of the Aztecs before Europeans arrived in North America. As such, it belongs to the followers of MEChA. These are all areas America should surrender to ‘La Raza’ once enough immigrants, legal or illegal, enter to claim a majority, as in Los Angeles. The current borders of the United States will simply be extinguished.

    Funding



    In 2005, La Raza received $15.2 million dollars in federal grants,[18] of which about $8 million was in U.S. Department of Education grants for charter schools.[19]According to Michelle Malkin, “undisclosed amounts went to get-out-the-vote efforts supporting La Raza political positions.”[20]

    La Raza also has received funding from the American Express Foundation,[21] the Allstate Foundation,[22] the AT&T Foundation,[23] the Bank of America Foundation,[24] the Carnegie Corporation of New York,[25] the Annie E. Casey Foundation,[26] the Fannie Mae Foundation,[27] the Ford Foundation,[28] the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,[29] the Joyce Foundation,[30] the W. K. Kellogg Foundation,[31] the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,[32] the Open Society Institute,[33] the David and Lucile Packard Foundation,[34] the Rockefeller Foundation[35] and the Verizon Foundation.[36]


    Leadership (as of September 2011)



    Janet Murguia, Chief Executive Officer (2008 Salary: $325,726)
    Charles Kamasaki, Executive Vice President
    Lautaro Diaz, Vice President, Housing and Community Development
    Delia Pompa, Senior Vice President, Programs (2008 Salary: $152,119)
    Sonia M. Perez, Senior Vice President, Affiliate Member Services (2008 Salary: $143,072)
    Delia de la Vara, Vice President, Strategic Communications Group
    Eric Rodriguez, Deputy Vice President, Office of Research, Advocacy and Legislation
    Dr. Jose A. Velazquez, Deputy Vice President, Affiliate Member Services

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    Oh goody! It appears we have made Janet over at the tan klan National Council of the Race (NCLR) angry!

    Good job Americans!

    USA! USA! USA!

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    When I went to school, I admit that was some time ago, it was patriotic duty to defend the nation. What do they teach in civics and history books now?

    If I missed something I'm willing to be enlightened.
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