This country is finally coming to its senses

Previous editorials have focused on all the bad that President Donald J. Trump and his administration have unleashed on what has been sensible, American values when it comes to refugees, the environment, judicial appointments, presidential decorum and more.


Immigration debate isn’t child’s play

In recent weeks, the Trump administration – notably Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Homeland Securities Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen – has staunchly defended the practice of separating children from their parents who have crossed the border, mostly seeking asylum to escape certain death in their home countries.


Trump y la separación de los niños indocumentados

La política del presidente Trump de separar a un creciente número de padres indocumentados de sus hijos es tan cruel – e innecesaria – que debería ser denunciada ante las Naciones Unidas y la Organización de Estados Americanos. Así de grave es la cosa.


Apologies our president should be issuing to the country

You would think President Donald J. Trump is a) testing how far the American public will allow him to push the envelope; b) living out the role of Chauncey Gardiner of the 1970 Jerzy Kosiński novel ‘Being There;’ or c) proving he has no respect for certain types of people.


Cuba’s new presidential appointment is no cause for celebration

Cuban military dictator Raul Castro’s transfer of one of his many titles – actually, the least important one – to Miguel Díaz-Canel has been described by many foreign leaders and international media as a “transfer of power,” a “transition” and the start of “a new era” on the island. That’s laughable!

México’s Club América, Club Atlas play Fresno

México's soccer teams Club América, Club Atlas play Fresno


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