Browsing All posts tagged under »immigration«

Donald Trump show the state of politics

July 4, 2015


Miami Herald’s Andres Oppenheimer seems to be outraged by the lack of outrage among Trump’s fellow Republicans after his absurd tirade against immigrants from Mexico. I have no doubt about Andres’ sincerity in his indignation with the passive reception given to the clown’s racist outbursts and, worse than that, his rising popularity. What I doubt […]

Amigo Mitt!

June 22, 2012


Mitt Romney address to the Latino community sounds like a used candy wrapped into a new bundle of void words as he has nothing to offer to immigrant workers deprived of their human rights. Three weeks ago the Miami Herald’s columnist Andrés Oppenheimer (who came from Argentina) advanced his skepticism in regards to Romney’s efforts, […]

Romney-Gingrich push the issues

February 1, 2012


This cartoon was intended for the Spanish translation of this article. While the original purpose was to discuss the respective positions on the immigration issue, maybe somebody can find it adequate for the present situation in the Republican party at large.

Fiesta! The Republican Piñata

September 14, 2011


Andres  Oppenheimer complains that the Republican Debate shows a prevalent hostility towards Hispanic immigration (both legal and illegal). As an Argentine journalist who ventured  successfully in the United States, he feels hurt and predicts a grim performance for any of the GOP candidates in the 2012 elections: My opinion: In their quest for support of their […]

It’s the Immigration Law, stupid!

May 1, 2010


I don’t like Andrés Oppenheimer’s column when dealing with Latin-America issues, usually. But I must recognize this time he nailed the core of the illegal immigrants problem. So, who will do all the work if the unfitted immigration law was to be applied and all the illegals were to be forced to leave? The U.S. […]

Lou Dobbs tastes the American way

September 20, 2009


What happen when a society grows to become the center of the World? It takes advantage of its dominant position over lesser countries to suck their resources by commercial and/or financial channels. And what happens when the standard of living for the peoples in those lesser countries drop down year after year? They try to […]