Hector Luis Alamo
If it’s a waste of time for Mexico, then it’s a waste of money here.
Just read the writing on the wall.
The only thing shocking about all the corporate sponsors pulling their support for the 60th annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade is that people are actually shocked.
Everyone seems to understand that Oscar López Rivera, as with the late Fidel Castro and Nelson Mandela, is no saint, and yet he’s still being treated as such.
As one viral video recently put it, “Venezuela is a total disaster.” But what’s the truth?
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Congressman Raúl Labrador of Idaho says he wasn’t elected to Congress to solve his homeland’s problems.
Clinton will find a way to win, no matter how, it seems. And that’s not really democracy.
Why some people on the left will never vote for the presumptive Democratic nominee.
When a military coup removed the president of Honduras in 2009, Sec. Clinton was forced to choose between democracy and business interests. You already know which she chose.
Ninety-nine years after Puerto Ricans were granted second-class citizenship, why should anyone be surprised that many of the rights of U.S. citizenship don’t apply in Puerto Rico?
If the rumors are true, Pres. Obama plans to nominate Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, a moderate Republican, to the Supreme Court. What’s behind the president’s pick?
As a defender of workers’ rights, a champion of women and a true Latina icon, Dolores Huerta deserves the status of living legend. She’s also wrong about Hillary Clinton.
On Tuesday Pres. Obama announced plans to close the military detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, ignoring the issue of the much larger U.S. naval base there.
Backing a candidate doesn’t mean you think he or she is the best person for the job. It also doesn’t mean those who don’t support your candidate are evil.