The Sunday edition of El Mundo published data from the 2010 Ibero-American Governance Barometer — an opinion poll conducted by Sigma Dos since 1992 and that this year had 11,707 participants in 21 countries. Certain questions garner some attention, but in general, the responses do not stray too far from what can be [Read more]
With Saudi financial support, a Muslim group under the name of the Cordoba Initiative is trying to build a great mosque in New York, just a few yards short of Ground Zero, where the Twin Towers were destroyed on 9/11. They say that they want to promote interfaith tolerance and dialogue. If the promoters are acting in [Read more]
covered in oil, please raise your hand!
It seems the role of Obama has been to persuade his European friends, beginning with Sarkozy and Merkel, to act quickly and on a large scale, something that is not in the minds nor playbooks of these lazy, apathetic and divided leaders.
For Obama, the main political axis is not the Atlantic but the Pacific. And the United Kingdom, as such, is geographically out of the picture.
The old war hero, honest and incorruptible, did not hesitate to deviate from the party slogans if they conflicted with his principles and ideas.
If the U.N. and the White House wanted it, Ahmadinejad would not be able to leave his country, and the regime of the ayatollahs would be closer to its end.
They were chasing me all night, until my feet gave out on me.
Today, we are pretending that everything is going well. However, nothing is going well in the Middle East. Israel has never felt so threatened and Palestine has never felt so forgotten.
Every year, Fortune magazine publishes a list of the 500 largest U.S. companies. North American executives and businessmen go to the newspaper kiosk every month to search for their names in the pages of this financial magazine. Numbers are more important than people. The more your benefits increase, the more you sell, [Read more]