The highly negotiated and contested Arizona law comes into effect this weekend with some changes, thanks to the intervention of U.S. federal judge Susan R. Bolton. More than a law, this is a parcel of reforms for state laws, which will enable state and county police to substitute for U.S. federal authorities and detain [Read more]
This weekend the highly touted Arizona law goes into effect, with a few limitations, thanks to Susan R. Bolton, a U.S. federal judge. It is more than a single law — it is a package of reforms to state laws that will allow state and county officials to step in for the federal authorities of the United States in order [Read more]
The "War on Organized Crime” in Mexico was born with original sin and, to date, has yielded only poor results. This "military confrontation" has caused anarchy along with an escalation of lawlessness and violence, which has now been highlighted by the assassination of a candidate for governor in the border state of [Read more]
For several weeks I have carried the image of Brendan Marrocco, a young man of 23 years whose photograph appeared on the front page of The New York Times. It’s a strong image that sinks in, that hurts, and that remains recorded inside of a person and that, for me, has come to symbolize the never-ending wars, without [Read more]
<b>In well-to-do middle class neighborhoods posters are appearing that indicate that the people are not familiar with Obama’s policy.</b>
Obama’s honeymoon has been over for some time. Besieged by conservatives fearful of a social revolution, even be it democratic, Obama is waiting for the midterm elections that [Read more]
Today, [McCain is] a simple opportunist who can’t even be bothered to listen to nor tolerate the presence of young immigrants in his office.
Hispanics do not have a Dr. King to follow. The Hispanic community in the United States [...] has only President Obama to be their last hope in the recognition of the rights of a huge mass of illegal workers, and above all, to go against the counterrevolution driven by the extreme right, which turns anyone with Latino ethnic attributes into suspected criminals.
The majority of the money coming out of these businesses is going to end up in first world nations, which are the final destinations of these mafias’ products and services.
Surely Obama’s thoughts are far from Mexico at this moment in which his presidency is challenged by BP’s oil spill in the gulf. He could also be jousting with Brazil and Turkey, who decided to defy Washington, go off on their own and give a break to Iran in its confrontation with the U.S. and its allies—an action [Read more]
Globalization is giving the U.S. unemployment rate food for thought.