Transforming former victims into victimizers, the former oppressed into proud guardians of the kingdom, is [Trump's] colossal, repulsive triumph.
If the White House wants to preserve American greatness, the smart move is not to build walls and shut the doors on Latino immigrants.
<i>Although the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia was far more spectacular than the same event organized by Republicans in Cleveland, it is difficult to say if it has improved Hillary Clinton’s chances in her duel with Donald Trump.</i>
Not only did all of the Democratic leaders come to Philadelphia, [Read more]
The proportion of Latino voters who are casting ballots has grown in the last ten years, but remains distinctly inferior to that of whites, and to that of blacks. Could that change during the next presidential election?
Trump doesn't know what he's talking about.
I don't think that Marco Rubio is viable, at least for now. But he does have the makings of a politician. His time will come, if he knows how to wait and learn.
Historically, emigrating has been an absolutely normal act for human beings. Leaving the place where they were born and moving to another has always been something that the human race has done in search of new ways of living, better opportunities and greater prosperity. No one emigrates in order to live poorly.
The president wants to help his party by withdrawing a controversial decree. But by doing that, he harms his own reputation — and all those illegal immigrants he actually wants to help.