President Kennedy’s failed Bay of Pigs invasion turned Fidel Castro into a “Rasputin-like” mystical figure. To this day, photos in Cuban text books depict Castro on the beaches of “Bahía de Cochinos” (…) amid bombs exploding around him.
As President Obama chooses the acquittal of George Zimmerman to reaffirm his black heritage, we should remind him that he should be there for all of us.
The Sequester is Coming! But whether it’s crony capitalism, corporate welfare, pork barrel spending, government waste or non-essential government bureaucracy, most Americans would not mind, notice or even be affected if we cut $85 billion in spending.
I asked a group of 17-year olds attending a prep school in South Florida about politics: what their own personal priorities were, and what they thought the country’s priorities should be. These 17-year olds were able to put aside their own personal wants and needs and choose rationally what makes the most sense for the country. Can President Obama do the same?
There is a difference between government assistance and dependency. I fear we are slowly being conditioned to think that all we need is FEMA and that only the government can or will provide. FEMA is part of the answer, but not the entirety of it.
We’re experiencing Hillarymania, a manic condition that occurs in four-year cycles to members of the mainstream media afflicting them with a bizarre and uncontrollable urge to help get Hillary Clinton elected President of the United States, no matter the facts or obstacles in the way.
U.S.-México relations are at a stage that could result in inconceivable promise to the citizens of both nations. It’s up to President’s Obama and Peña Nieto to make this more than a high school homecoming scene, and to seize the significant opportunity before them.
Watch the latest video at video.latino.foxnews.com If we learned anything during Monday’s third and final presidential debate, it’s this: President Obama is on the ropes, and he knows it. His debate style—scrappy and combative—gave him away early and often. Momentum is no longer his friend. The comfortable lead that the president enjoyed heading into […]
Will tonight’s “town hall” between President Obama and Governor Romney be produced by the people and for the people? Absolutely not. Both my gut and history tell me that the town hall debate will actually be the antithesis of democracy: a phony, manufactured piece of television that is reality TV at its worst.
When prominent Hispanics took to the stage during the Republican Convention, the GOP may have finally accomplished the first step in winning back Latino voters. But while Romney and company have nailed the first part, now it’s time for them to get working on the second part.