Feb 1, 2016Walter Lippmann
Will the newly elected Guatemalan president fulfill the expectations of those who elected him? Time will tell.
Jan 29, 2016Walter Lippmann
Jan 23, 2016Walter Lippmann
There are only a few months in Obama’s final term and there are many hopes that threaten to remain only as the unwavering hopes of the Cuban people in the bilateral relationship with the United States after the end of the term of the allegedly "different" President.
What do you admire most of our country? I ask the young man, and almost without letting me finish he responds: "Its conviction, serenity, deep trust in its leaders and in the revolutionary process. I love its people and their hospitality."
The influx of immigrants has only worsened the economic situation of the European countries who have taken them in, creating another underclass of low wage low-skill workers who are then played off against the indigenous Europeans and earlier-waves immigrants of any origin.
Neither group ever understands that it is the oligarchic element in their societies that have created such conditions at home and abroad and thus turn their pent up anger on one another while competing for job opportunities.
Jan 17, 2016Walter Lippmann
Why some Cubans prefer to use foreign words instead of Spanish when writing in Spanish.