Alexander Reyes

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Alexander Wallace Reyes was born and has lived most of his life in the State of Minnesota, where the political atmosphere often did not match his viewpoints. He now resides in Washington, D.C. and aims to share with others the greatness of the American Way of Life. 

When it comes to getting out of one's comfort zone Alex has experience, as he is a reservist with the United States Army, has interned with Police officers, and has been a student teacher at both the high school and college levels.    

Reyes holds a B.A. in Spanish and Human Services from the University of Minnesota Morris, and this fall he plans to pursue a M.S. in Criminal Justice at  Liberty University.

Latest from Alexander Reyes

Add Spanish-language Estrella TV to the disturbing list of media outlets that have decided to celebrate, rather than critically report on, one of the latest societal aberrations being promoted by the Left: child drag queens. Calling it a “beautiful story”, Estrella TV anchor Adriana Yañez hailed the nine-year-old Texas boy who last year was a featured performer in the Austin International Drag Festival. 



Trump administration measures to pressure Mexico to halt the flow of asylum seekers traversing their country are sparking a surge in support among Mexicans for cracking down on illegal immigration.



Showing its fierce determination not to cede an inch in liberal advocacy to arch-rival Univision, Telemundo, the Spanish language sister television network of NBC, has announced its decision to uncritically and wholeheartedly embrace climate alarmism in its coverage of climate and environmental news.



As has been documented over the years by MRC Latino, Spanish-language television in the U.S. has long been plagued by an overwhelming amount of messaging in favor of all kinds of gun control measures. Veteran Univision anchor Jorge Ramos, in fact, is well known for leading that charge.



True to form, the most far left Spanish-language television network in the country, Estrella TV,
provided totally one-sided coverage of public sentiment on the bevy of new state laws restricting abortion.