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Millennials Favor Socialism?

Millennials Favor Socialism?

by Daniel Nardini In a study done by the Victims of Communism—-an organization dedicated to remembering all those who perished under Communism—-many Millennials believe that socialism is in fact a… Read more »

Louisiana’s Anti-immigrant Marriage Law

Louisiana’s Anti-immigrant Marriage Law

by Daniel Nardini It seems that every now and then (more like too often) some right wing group is able to influence a state to push through some anti-immigrant law… Read more »

Record Numbers of Latinos Registering to Vote

Record Numbers of Latinos Registering to Vote

by Daniel Nardini In South Carolina alone, Latino voter registration has shot up 40 percent (that of Asian Americans has shot up 10 percent in the same state). Interestingly enough,… Read more »

What the Presidential Debates Missed

What the Presidential Debates Missed

by Daniel Nardini The first round of the U.S. presidential debates were held this week. Whether people think that Hillary Clinton “won” that debate or Donald Trump “won” that debate… Read more »

Will Joshua Holt be Freed?

Will Joshua Holt be Freed?

by Daniel Nardini U.S. Vice-president Joe Biden as well as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry have now become involved in trying to get a U.S. citizen named Joshua Holt… Read more »

The Chichimeca War

The Chichimeca War

by Daniel Nardini With the end of the Aztec Empire and the Spanish destruction of Tenochtitlan (the Aztec’s capital) in 1521, many history textbooks teach us that the conquest of… Read more »

The Second Spanish Attempt to Conquer Mexico

The Second Spanish Attempt to Conquer Mexico

by Daniel Nardini It is not very well known that the Spanish Empire tried in fact to retake Mexico after Mexico succeeded in gaining independence in 1821. Even though Mexico… Read more »

How the U.S.-Mexico Border Became Militarized

How the U.S.-Mexico Border Became Militarized

by Daniel Nardini The blockading of the U.S.-Mexico border was a relatively recent phenomenon. From 1848 until 1969 (121 years), the border between Mexico and the United States was a… Read more »

The Unwanted Border Wall

The Unwanted Border Wall

by Daniel Nardini Whatever decisions are being made either in Washington, D.C., or on the Donald Trump presidential campaign trail, there is no question that the idea of a border… Read more »

Why the Cuban Adjustment Act is Still Needed

Why the Cuban Adjustment Act is Still Needed

by Daniel Nardini Nine foreign ministers in Central and South America sent a letter to U.S. President Barack Obama stating that the Cuban Adjustmen Act should be rescinded and that… Read more »