President Obama’s Secretary of Labor, Hilda Solis, recently spoke at the naming of the Cesar Chavez Auditorium in Washington, D.C. There she praised in glowing terms Dolores Huerta, a socialist co-founder of the United Farm Workers, whom she called “my teacher, my role model, and mi hermana,” a “living legend.” Huerta is also honorary co-chair of the Democratic Socialists of America, and has praised Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez in glowing terms in front of high school students.
This shouldn’t be a surprise coming from Solis, who has associated with radicals before – she is deeply intertwined with the National Council of La Raza, a Latino organization that has raked in millions in federal grants, and which is closely associated with the La Raza movement, a radical movement pushing for the racial “bronzing” of the Southwest. When Solis was appointed Labor Secretary, the Communist Party’s newspaper quoted sources who called her a “great choice” with a “life-long commitment to working people.”
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