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The course of time works against Republicans in Texas

published 2nd of october - about demographic change and likely party affiliation in George W. Bush's hometurf, Texas

 

www.wienerzeitung.at/nachrichten/welt/weltpolitik/491089_Zeit-arbeitet-gegen-Republikaner.html 

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Squeezing the steel symbol of Texas between her legs

Squeezing the steel symbol of Texas between her legs

 

Thick cloud of mild perfumes, scent of tobacco leaves and sweat covers the tremor of the blues and jazz maestros in the South. The Lone star casts silver shine over a hormonal pandemonium in the humid Texas evening. Tonight is the high point of the mating season.

A single conversation manages to leap across the alcoholic symphony of loud female laughter and deep male roar.

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Hispanics relish growing electoral clout

Published in The Australian newspaper, October 1

 JORGE Ramos has a simple explanation for the intense political spotlight being shone on the US Hispanic community. "They need us," he says, pointing out that to become president, a candidate needs about 11 million Hispanic votes.

Ramos is the charismatic frontman for Univision, the Miami-based Spanish-language television network that is now the fifth largest in the nation.

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