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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, announced that
Ted Nugent, world-renowned guitarist, author, and 1st and 2nd Amendment champion, has joined the organization’s Board of Directors. In her announcement, Espinoza said, “The Remembrance Project is excited to welcome Mr. Ted Nugent, one of America’s most ardent supporters of our freedoms, as the newest member of our Board of Directors. With Ted’s international reputation, not only as a musician, but as an American patriot, we look forward to expanding our reach all across America. Americans deserve to know the cost in human lives resulting from an open border and lax interior law enforcement.”
Nugent sums it up like this: “The American Dream is not possible without safe neighborhoods and secure borders. I am proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with great American families on The Remembrance Project Board of Directors to fight for these basic self-evident truths and to honor those victimized by illegal invaders. It’s pretty simple – America first!” Generations of Americans have grown up as dedicated fans of Ted. From the ground breaking Amboy Dukes’ hit “Journey to the Center of the Mind”, to classics like “Stranglehold” and “Cat Scratch Fever”, Damn Yankees chartbuster “High Enough,” and cult classic “Fred Bear”, Ted’s no-holds-barred career at the top of the music world spans five decades. Ted has performed for 55,000 marines, sailors and families at Camp Pendleton’s Rockin’ the Corps, was honored to join fellow musician Toby Keith on a USO Tour of the Persian Gulf, and has donated in excess of 6,500 concert tickets and backstage passes to individual troops stateside.
To millions of citizens, Nugent is the nation’s most outspoken proponent of our first and second Amendment rights, conducting thousands of pro-gun, pro-freedom, pro-America interviews in major media worldwide.
The Remembrance Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization that serves as a voice for Americans who were killed by illegal aliens. www.TheRemembranceProject.org, Facebook at The Remembrance Project, and on Twitter as @StolenLivesQlt.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, announced that Stephen K. Bannon will be the keynote speaker at her 2017 Remembrance Luncheon to be held at the Willard Intercontinental in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, November 4, 2017. The organization’s first conference and luncheon, held in Houston, Texas, in 2016 featured now-President Donald Trump as its keynote speaker.
In a December 2015 interview with Ms. Espinoza on Breitbart News Daily radio, Bannon praised Espinoza’s grassroots primary challenge of Texas moderate Republican John Culberson, saying, “This is the beginning of the counter-revolution.” Bannon continued, “Maria Espinoza is a good woman. She has fought the fight consistently with her back against the wall to represent victims who got murdered by people who should never have been in this country…it’s people like Maria we have to have the back of.”
Mr. Bannon, a former Naval officer and veteran, was CEO of Donald Trump’s 2016 Presidential campaign, playing a pivotal role in the successful and stunning November 2016 Trump election victory. Once inaugurated, Trump appointed Bannon as his White House Chief Strategist and Senior Counselor, positions he held until August 18, 2017, when he resigned and returned to Breitbart News as its executive chairman. According to Amazon-owned Alexa analytics, Breitbart is the 50th most popular website in all of America. In September, he was named by Politico Magazine #1 of their Annual Top 50 for being “the man who got us here.” He is the cofounder and former executive chairman of the Government Accountability Institute which investigates and exposes crony capitalism, misuse of taxpayer monies, and other government corruption or malfeasance.
Mr. Bannon is an entrepreneur and financier in the media and film industries and a former investment banker in Mergers & Acquisitions at Goldman Sachs. He wrote and directed Generation Zero, The Undefeated, Occupy Unmasked and Torchbearer, among other groundbreaking political documentaries. The luncheon, part of The Remembrance Project’s second annual conference bringing together families of Americans killed by illegal aliens, will also feature Judicial Watch CEO Tom Fitton, and Lenny DePaul, star of “Manhunter” series on A&E.
For more information on the conference and luncheon, go to https://theremembranceproject.org
Washington, DC – The Remembrance Project’s National Director and Co-founder Maria Espinoza released the following statement pursuant to the Trump Administration’s announcement that it has rescinded Obama’s illegal and unconstitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program:
“The Remembrance Project commends the Trump administration’s decision to rescind Obama’s unconstitutional and unlawful program known as DACA. President Trump has met an important milestone in keeping his campaign promise to us, to our ‘stolen lives’ families, and to all Americans.
The previous administration’s unilateral circumvention and disregard for laws and procedures in place to safeguard our communities resulted in:
- • uptick in MS-13 gangs
- • human trafficking
- • the explosion of opioid drugs in schools
- • job loss, and
- • the most egregious of all- the loss of lives like the recent killings of Cathy Dolan, Domonick Ceceri and Artem Ziberov who were all killed by DACA-age illegal aliens.
We thank and support President Trump and his administration for their commitment to restoring the rule of law.”
The Remembrance Project has always maintained that the best and only immigration reform needed is for legislators to finally secure our borders and strictly enforce our interior laws. Ending DACA is one critical step in the process of restoring law and order to America.
WASHINGTON, DC – Maria Espinoza, Co-founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, today announced it is moving its corporate headquarters to Washington, DC, just blocks from the House and Senate Office buildings.
Espinoza’s ‘stolen lives’ families and angel moms exploded onto the 2016 Presidential scene when, just 3 weeks after Donald Trump’s controversial entry into the GOP Presidential Primary. Five of her stolen lives families appeared exclusively with Trump in the first-ever press conference at the Beverly Wilshire in Los Angeles, California.
Espinoza, nationally recognized as the foremost expert on the impacts of illegal alien killings on American families, brought dozens of families to the nation’s first-ever national conference in September 2016 where candidate Donald Trump delivered the keynote address.
With its corporate office in Houston, Texas, the Washington office will become the focal point of its operations where the group will support the President’s flagship program for American Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement (VOICE).
As reported in hannity.com, just over a month after Espinoza’s March 2016 open letter to the candidates and one year after her April 2015 letters to all U.S. governors asking for a similar program, Ms. Espinoza stated, “Donald Trump is the only candidate whose office has responded to their open letter and that the candidate will support a national program to assist families of victims of illegal aliens.” Espinoza continued, “Their response was immediate and they have stated they will support our efforts in assisting our families.”
On January 30th, 2017, The New Yorker, in its online magazine, identified patriot and advocate for American families Maria Espinoza, as a prime example of what the New Yorker labels as a “hard-liner” whose “main policy concerns has been the existence of sanctuary cities”. True.
However, the article devolves into a diatribe of false accusations of nativism and prejudice, to which Espinoza responds, “Are you calling me a nativist? If fighting to secure a national immigration policy that serves the best interests of U.S. citizens somehow brands me a “nativist”, so be it. Your words, not mine. I know who I am.” She further rebukes with “When you call me “prejudiced”, against whom are you speaking? My brothers, sisters, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and daughter, all of whom are Americans of Latino heritage? You need to look in the mirror and check your own prejudices!”