It would not be improbable to suspect that the establishment itself has sown the seeds of populism.
<i>Orwell’s work about a dictator is the only classic novel among the 50 best-selling books in Spain in 2016.</i>
When he wrote “1984,” George Orwell wasn’t thinking about a future society, only the present. His dystopia wasn’t intended as a metaphor but as a description of the totalitarianism of the 20th [Read more]
The cancellation of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s visit to the U.S., initially scheduled for Jan. 28, is the only logical response to the aggression President Trump is demonstrating against Nieto’s country and people, who have been systematically accused of being thieves and criminals.
It is vital that we forcefully criticize any and all types of manipulation, no matter how modern they may seem.
Obama has been a good president for the U.S. and for the rest of the world.
<i>Donald Trump has landed another blow to the Hispanic community of the United States, the country's largest minority group.</i>
In addition to not picking any Hispanics for his cabinet – something that has not happened in almost 30 years – the new White House team has closed the Spanish-language accounts that [Read more]
We now know Trump is incapable of speaking like a president. And we doubt he is going to act like one.
<i>Those in positions of power simply cannot comprehend what is going on around them: they find themselves in enclosed environments that prevent them from seeing just how corrosive persistent inequality and the gap in opportunities between the rich and the poor really are.</i>
We are living in unpredictable times, [Read more]
If the so-called "conservatives" do not make mistakes as huge as the war in Iraq, maybe this new stage will even turn out to be cathartic.