EL PASO, Texas – The cameras and lights were ready. We were about to start our TV news program when, suddenly, behind me, two migrants jumped the metal wall that separates the United States and Mexico.
BIDEN, TRUMP OR NEITHER
WASHINGTON – None of the two. Neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump. The majority of U.S. voters want a generational change in the White House. That’s what the polls say. The problem is that neither Democrats nor Republicans dare say that to Biden or Trump.
Democracies die from the inside. Almost always. They did not defend themselves enough, or they allowed extremists to break the law and grow without punishment. The institutions weakened, and when the people reacted it was too late: A tyrant was ruling them
MASSACRES: THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE
The best part of the United States is its opportunities and freedoms. The worst is a gunman who can kill you and your family in a movie house, a supermarket, a dance hall or a school.
The former Congresswoman was angry. Not all of us Republicans think the same way, an upset Ileana Ros-Lehtinen told me on a TV program.
THE REFEREE MUST BE PROTECTED
The current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is still fighting the results of the 2006 elections, which sent Felipe Calderón of the PAN party into the presidency.
THE COST OF PROMISING MUCH AND NOT DELIVERING
We are so used to hearing politicians make a thousand promises and not delivering later that it’s now normal to believe they do it because they are used to it, out of meanness or because they know that in the long run few people will remember what they promised.
THE INDOMITABLE BORDER
Of course there’s a crisis on the border between Mexico and the United States. It is a humanitarian crisis. Nearly 2 ½ million people have crossed it illegally in the past year, according to the Border Patrol.
THE RIVER WHERE DREAMS DROWN
Her name was Margaret. The five-year-old girl’s body was found far from the place where she slipped from the hand of her mother on the Rio Bravo/Grande.
A FUTURE WITHOUT TRUMP
If the FBI search of Donald Trump’s Florida home in Mar-a-Lago did anything, it was to confirm what many feared: that he wants to announce his second run for the White House sometime soon.