Like so many of us, he was an immigrant who came to America and found his calling. Like so many of us he was a Cuban refugee.
Clinton is ill-informed and so is Trump. Neither realizes there are two slap-in-the-face cold realities that are reshaping present-day America.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign staff gave her press pool and other reporters covering her visit to the 911 memorials the old head fake—now you see me and now you don’t this...
For one shining moment yesterday, Donald Trump seemed reasonable — maybe even statesmanlike. He finally got a world leader to share a stage with him.
I could immediately see why Biscet he attracts so many followers. He seems sure-footed, confident and yet quiet.
When a presidential candidate opens his campaign with a hateful and offensive charge against an entire nationality, which in essence tells us he’s a bigot, believe him!
Even in South Florida, fertile ground for Trump, I am for the first time hearing his supporters express exasperation with their candidate. What they say is just that, “Basta...
Imagine if Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio were able to give a prime-time address and seamlessly switch to Spanish when appropriate just as Kaine did or maybe better.
Hispanic groups are up in arms over the rhetoric emanating from the GOP convention, calling it offensive and racist.
We are in a relationship that has gone bad — one that is dysfunctional and nearing irreconcilability.