Trump insists in presenting immigrants as "bad hombres." But it is a lie. Don't believe it.
We are worse than the U.S. immigration authorities. Much worse, in fact.
Here in Mexico there have been cases in which immigration agents were linked to groups of the Mafia, participating in areas such as human trafficking or drug trafficking; here there is no enforcement of human rights during the detention of [Read more]
Trump promises the wall, which exists only in his imagination, will be "tall, powerful [and] beautiful."
Donald Trump is not a danger yet for his northern neighbors. But for how much longer?
When we say ‘We’re only going to take in Christian refugees,’ Daesh gets up and says, ‘Told ya.'
<i>The pope spoke out against all types of walls and said that instead we need to build bridges.</i>
In a country forged by immigrants, Trump’s campaign started out by attacking them, assuring everyone that Mexicans bring drugs, crime and the worst vices into the United States. His statements exploiting [Read more]
It happens more often than you think. In the end, it’s a woman who puts the class bully in his place. While her male classmates try to pass by unnoticed, whistling while they look in the other direction, she lets fly with what everyone is thinking, right in his face. And she makes him back down. That is exactly what [Read more]
I wonder if this political communication strategy is devised or approved by his campaign advisers in order to create headlines, or if he simply loses control and breaks from the guidelines set by the experts that he’s contracted.
It’s as if the past has taught us absolutely nothing, which is not only sad but incredibly dangerous.