Trump has made IUDs a hit and his Supreme Court pick could make them even more popular
With news that the President Obama has nominated Democratic party up and comer Julian Castro to be the country’s next housing secretary, chatter has erupted if this will pave his road being a vice presidential pick in 2016. And just two years after giving the keynote address at the 2012 Democratic National Convention, the media has taken a liking to the rising Democratic. If the 39-year-old Mexican American’s nomination is accepted, Castro would one of the highest-ranking Hispanic officials in Washington.
Before all the fuss, Fusion’s Jorge Ramos spoke to Julian Castro and his brother Joaquin Castro, a San Antonio congressman, in November about their mother’s comments regarding the historic Alamo site, what the Obama administration is doing or lack thereof in terms of immigration reform and Julian Castro’s political future.migration reform and Julian Castro’s political future.