Piedad Ayala, Founder and chief organizer of the Latino Water Coalition, joins me along with two gorgeous and dynamic legal eagles, currently at UC Hastings College of Law, Mex-American, Republicans, Francis Barraza, and Kristen Lucero.
We’ll talk with Francis and Kristen about growing up first generation in the US, family, their principles and values and being Republican.
Water wars are front and center. Ag is our biggest industry. Republicans and Latinos need each other more than ever before. The fate of Farm workers, Ranchers, Farmers, Ag business owners and their workers, and CA consumers of fresh food are all in peril, together. The environmental lobby is banking on Latino Democrats to stay in line with the Democratic Party’s politics.
Will Republicans openly embrace their powerful natural allies, the Latino coalition of the Central Valley Ag Industry?
Will Latino Democrats sympathetic to the plight of Latinos who are losing their jobs after generations of working and living in the same communities, over the radical environmentalists, choose human life, property and California’s prosperity over kowtowing to the Radical Environmentalist Lobby?
The face of CA politics can change dramatically over night. Lloyd Carter, President of the CA Save our Streams Council and until very recently, board member of the powerful CA Water Impact Network was forced to resign for his racist comments. The Enviros want us to believe his views were personal and not indicative of that lobby’s views, but their actions speak volumes to the contrary. American Families. Food. Water. Radical Environmentalists. Politics.
Republicans say they want to make inroads into the Latino Community. Republicans can push for reform that is more than window dressing, stalling, or costly spending over common sense policy now. The door is open! A union made in heaven. Join us on the program for a birds eye view.
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