Breaking the promise he made on August 10th in Guadalajara, Jalisco, United States President Barack Obama will not present a “rough draft” for an integral immigration reform plan before the end of this year. He and U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano have now delegated that responsibility to [Read more]
Although the adoption of a new healthcare system would not guarantee the approval of other initiatives, it would demonstrate that Obama has the leadership to drive his programs forward and, perhaps, eventually consolidate them.
Naturally, opponents of [health care] reform do not know what the reform that Obama proposes consists of, but at least they know what socialism is.
The unwillingness or inability of U.S. authorities to learn from past mistakes constitutes the undesirable risk that, in the future, the rancor, expressed in New York and Washington eight years ago, will find expression again.
Washington's warmongering inspires them, the servility of Santander guides them. And the people of Latin America, more than noticing and caring about their warlike work, despise them with their souls, their minds and their hearts.
The most recent position taken by Washington, that Hondurans must find a solution for their own country, constitutes an undisguised sophism for nonintervention . . .
. . . it is hoped that the agreement made public yesterday in the Russian capital foreshadows a series of major measures and efforts to reach the goal - desired and essential – for a world free of atomic bombs.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, present at the meeting, continued to cling to the absurd and anachronistic, traditional posture of her country . . .
. . . the nomination of the judge with Puerto Rican ancestry communicates remarkable sensitivity on the part of the U.S. leader toward changes experienced in recent decades by the society of that nation . . .
It’s not enough to say “I am a friend.”