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The Vacation Advertising Wars

The Vacation Advertising Wars

The Commonwealth government in Puerto Rico has taken out two page advertisements (in AARP Magazine) for why people should be vacationing in Puerto Rico. At the same time, I have… Read more »

The Romans in Nova Scotia?

The Romans in Nova Scotia?

by Daniel Nardini It has been in the news. A man named J. Hutton Pulitzer claims that a lady, whose grandfather found a Roman sword off the coast of Nova… Read more »

An Americas First Approach

An Americas First Approach

by Daniel Nardini Do any of you remember reading about Peru again being named the best place for culinary food this year by the World Travel Awards? Do any of… Read more »

The Venezuelan Brain Drain

The Venezuelan Brain Drain

by Daniel Nardini The landslide victory of the opposition parties in Venezuela in the National Assembly might signal the end of the revolutionary socialist government that has controlled the country… Read more »

Three Sides to the Gun Issue

Three Sides to the Gun Issue

by Daniel Nardini Recently, another American who accidentally crossed over the border with Mexico was arrested by Mexican border authorities. The American, a former U.S. Marine named Jeromie Slaughter, was… Read more »

The Two-sided Set-up

The Two-sided Set-up

by Daniel Nardini In an interview with the TV program 60 Minutes, former U.S. hostage Alan Gross explained that he had been used by the U.S. Agency for International Development… Read more »

Preventing Knee-jerk Reactions to the Paris Attacks

Preventing Knee-jerk Reactions to the Paris Attacks

by Daniel Nardini The Islamic State-inspired terrorist attacks against civilians and innocent people in Paris can and should only receive the highest condemnations possible. I do not envy the French… Read more »

A True Voluntary Return

A True Voluntary Return

by Daniel Nardini According to a Pew report from the Pew Research Center, over one million Mexicans left the United States and returned to Mexico. In fact, the report makes… Read more »

A Race to Greater Xenophobia

A Race to Greater Xenophobia

by Daniel Nardini In a complete reversal, Republican candidate for president Ted Cruz has contradicted himself by saying that he now supports very limited legal immigration, and building a border… Read more »

Ceren, the “Pompeii of the Americas”

Ceren, the “Pompeii of the Americas”

by Daniel Nardini For over 30 years, archeologists, especially from the University of Colorado, have been excavating a major site of a former Mayan village in El Salvador. Called Ceren,… Read more »