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Brexit Vote Not the Same for America

Brexit Vote Not the Same for America

by Daniel Nardini The Brexit (Britain Exit) vote has had world repercussions. Now the European Union must figure out what to do with political, and especially economic ties with Great… Read more »

Cuba Trying to Avoid That “Special Period”

Cuba Trying to Avoid That “Special Period”

by Daniel Nardini As Cuba’s ally Venezuela is falling apart, it has become only too apparent that socialism does not work, and that for Cuba to avoid Venezuela’s fate must… Read more »

The Profiling Fallacy

The Profiling Fallacy

by Daniel Nardini Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has repeated that the U.S. government should profile American Muslims. He has called for surveillance of Muslim places of worship and gatherings;… Read more »

An Award That Should be Commended

An Award That Should be Commended

by Daniel Nardini A month ago, the U.S. Border Patrol announced the creation of an award for those Border Patrol agents who can do their job without the use of… Read more »

The Cubans are Still Fleeing

The Cubans are Still Fleeing

by Daniel Nardini Despite full diplomatic relations having been reestablished between the United States and Cuba, Cubans are still fleeing Cuba in droves. With the Cuban government up-ending the state… Read more »

Venezuela—A Failed Nation State

Venezuela—A Failed Nation State

by Daniel Nardini What I saw of Venezuela back in the 1990’s before the rise of Hugo Chavez and what it is now could not be more of a stark… Read more »

Why the Crime Wave in Urbania?

Why the Crime Wave in Urbania?

by Daniel Nardini For the first half of this year, there has been a significant rise in crime in all categories in our major urban and suburban areas throughout the… Read more »

What the Debates Should Really be About

What the Debates Should Really be About

by Daniel Nardini To put it mildly, the presidential debates have been disappointing and irrelevant. I have to ask myself whether these debates are for who will be president of… Read more »

Is Spanish Diminishing Among Latinos?

Is Spanish Diminishing Among Latinos?

by Daniel Nardini According to a survey by Pew Research, more Latinos are beginning to use English only at home. The study shows that now 37 percent of those Latinos… Read more »

The High Speed Train Project Failure

The High Speed Train Project Failure

by Daniel Nardini Over a decade ago it was touted as part of a new future for Venezuela; a high speed train network that would help build a socialist Venezuela… Read more »