To believe that silencing types like Bannon will help prevent hate from spreading ever increasingly to other citizens is to have learned nothing from Trump’s victory.
After reading the excellent “Brief History of Colombia,” in which Jorge Orlando Melo provides a very good summary of the country's development, I read “Brief History of the United States,” by College of Mexico professor Erika Pani, in which she writes about: "the past, the present, and the future of a country [Read more]
The radical positions of the president have favored Manuel Lopez Obrador, the populist and nationalist candidate who is leading in all the polls.
Something is changing in U.S. society. It is time to listen.
[I]t is curious that the United States is always pointing an accusatory finger at others ... looking at the straw poking someone else’s eye and not the beams shining in theirs.
Trump personifies the worst of the United States: the racists, the misogynists, the religious sects, the enemies of science and those who hold the art of politics in contempt.
In practical terms, the FCC has created a new tax that will end up being passed down to the final users ...
The period of stable diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba did not last long. The Yankee U-turn from the brief thaw could already be perceived when President Trump demanded Havana accept his demands regarding domestic policy. The refusal 15 days ago by the Cuban regime to negotiate on the right to free [Read more]