In 2007, in front of the building where Abraham Lincoln ended slavery, he claimed that he would become the first African-American president. Yesterday, he moved a little closer to that dream.
"The relationship between Cuba and the United States is destined to change and in the future it shall be pure confrontation."
"For the Pope, the United States is a land of promise, and for this, justifies his visit of six days."
In the United States, as in many other places where politics are the art of contradicting one’s self without blushing and the promises of the candidates rarely become the decisions of the presidents, perhaps Barack Obama has not been warned that proposing structural changes is extremely dangerous. The novelty [Read more]
If a Salvadorian heard that the local justice is slow, arbitrary, and unpredictable, they would immediately agree that this is an unobjectionable reality. If in any other foreign country, a foreign ambassador insinuated this publicly, it would possibly provoke a chain reaction in rejecting the ambassador -- as is [Read more]
The president of the United States of America, George Walker Bush, whose name lately has become a synonym for counter-productivity, has just presented an anti-crisis package to confront the gravity of this country’s economic situation that is poised, according to all the indicators, to enter a recession with global [Read more]
Colombian-Spanish journalist Salud Hernández-Mora, speaking from the heart and soul on the editorial page of El Tiempo, the last remaining nationally circulated newspaper in Colombia, has published a stirring article “The Worn Out Kneepads,” where she wrote that, “it's now time to take up a national collection [Read more]
Bush is the only U.S. commander-in-chief to have initiated one war, only to have lost three. He never managed to catch bin Laden nor destroy al-Qaeda; he failed to defeat terrorism; he wasted the political capital awarded him by September 11th; and public opinion has come to detest him. The nation, once indulgent of [Read more]
After General Ricardo S. Sánchez paid for the broken plates at Abu Ghraib, Alberto Gonzáles, Attorney General of the United States, stands to be the second descendent of Mexicans to be sacrificed for naught by Bush.
It's one or the other: either Gonzáles has lost the faculty of reason, or the firing of eight [Read more]