The role of immigrants is not turning out to be just simple rhetoric for Trump.
From funny to crude and from crude to xenophobic, Trump has become a war-like figure who must be taken seriously.
<i>In the televised Democratic debate, Clinton presents herself as an experienced politician: “They are voting not only for the president, they are voting for the commander-in-chief.” The ex-secretary of state is moving quite close to President Obama; she needs a victory in South Carolina where many [Read more]
[T]he Republican base is supporting a candidate that cannot win. How do you explain such irrationality?
Today, the Latino community aspires to rule. It seeks success, not charity.
Europe is not the only nation struggling to cope with one of the great movements of our time — immigration. The United States is also divided on this subject, which is a familiar one to them, as immigration is one of the fundamental elements of its DNA. However, on the other side of the Atlantic, as on the Old [Read more]
Porfirio Diaz declared to the foreign press (Creelman 1908) that Mexico was ready for democracy. One hundred years later, democracy is still not ready for Mexico. While we continue to trip on our shoelaces on the eve of the midterm elections, the presidential race is beginning in the U.S. It's likely that it will come [Read more]
For Latinos, the elections go beyond candidates speaking Spanish or showing empathy toward Hispanics.
Hillary Clinton promises a larger amnesty, nudging Latinos to vote for her.
The starting gun has been fired and the big race for the White House has started early with the launch of the pre-candidates for the two traditional parties of the United States.