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The Hispanic Vote

April 2, 2008 // El Diario Exterior - Spain - Spanish

The Hispanic Vote The Republican candidate John McCain shall air the first Spanish announcements of his campaign this week with the hope of gaining the crucial Hispanic vote in the election this November. However, given the anti-immigration posture of his party, it shall be difficult to win this battle. The majority [Read more]

Controversy: Anonymous Sources

March 11, 2008 // El País - Spain - Spanish

Controversy arose in the United States due to the usage of anonymous sources by The New York Times, who accused one of the Republican candidates, John McCain, of improper conduct by favoring clients of a woman with whom he had maintained a romantic relationship, even though he is married. This action has caused some [Read more]

Anti-Economic Xenophobia

March 2, 2008 // El Diario Exterior - Spain - Spanish

Due to the possibility of a recession within the American economy, sentiments against immigration have risen, but the issue is that immigration levels are not high enough to achieve the goals of prospering and leading a better life. The growing possibility of a recession in the economy, combined with the rigid [Read more]

The Return of Ideals

February 25, 2008 // El Diario Exterior - Spain - Spanish

In the U.S.A.’s election pre campaign all of the candidates are making a call towards change and to the return of hope. The word ‘change’ is a talisman. A new approach to politics is needed and it appeals to a common undertaking of the nations to seek out the best in themselves. The American candidates are [Read more]

Gore’s Nobel Belies Lack of Great Leaders …

October 14, 2007 // ABC Journal - Spain - Spanish

If one were to read too much into the rivals of Nobel Peace Prize winners, one could draw the most outlandish conclusions. Besides Bush's climatic nemesis Al Gore, hundreds of scientists that have confirmed the existence of global warming have also won the award. In 2005 the award went to another nemesis of Bush, [Read more]

Gore’s Nobel Belies the Lack of Great Leaders …

October 14, 2007 // ABC Journal - Spain - Spanish

If one were to read too much into the rivals of Nobel Peace Prize winners, one could draw the most outlandish conclusions. Besides Bush's climatic nemesis Al Gore, hundreds of scientists that have confirmed the existence of global warming have also won the award. In 2005 the award went to another nemesis of Bush, [Read more]
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