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Jones, a former government attorney for Bill Clinton, won 49.9% (670,551 votes) for 48.4% (649,240 votes) of Roy Moore, the ultraconservative who won by surprise the Republican primary and, once proclaimed candidate, was accused of sexual abuse by eight women. EFE / Courtesy of Doug Jones for senator.

In a historic day for the nation's Republican heartland, the citizens of Alabama showed that no one could force them to vote for a partisan consensus, much less if it implies backing inappropriate behavior.

[OP-ED]: Both Trump and the media love wrestling in the mud

 08/21/2017 - 12:19
There’s no evidence behind the terrible accusation that Trump is in league with white supremacists. When he declared in his Monday remarks from the White House that “racism is evil,” I bought it. EFE

In keeping with the recent meme of recognizing bad behavior “on many sides,” there was something that was painfully obvious during last week’s improv news-conference-like-no-other in the lobby of Trump Tower: President Trump and the media deserve each other. Both are driven by ego and take criticism personally. Both will twist the facts to defend themselves and push their agenda. And both love to wrestle in the mud.

[OP-ED]: Tanto a Trump como a los medios les gusta luchar en el lodo

 08/21/2017 - 12:16
No hay pruebas que sustenten la terrible acusación de que Trump esté aliado con los supremacistas blancos. Cuando Trump declaró en sus comentarios del lunes, desde la Casa Blanca, que “el racismo es el mal”, yo le creí. EFE

Siguiendo el reciente meme de reconocer la mala conducta “de muchos lados”, hay que señalar que hubo algo lamentablemente obvio en la singular conferencia de prensa improvisada, de la semana pasada, en el lobby de la Torre Trump: el presidente Trump y los medios son tal para cual. A ambos los impulsa el egotismo y ambos toman las críticas personalmente. Ambos distorsionan los hechos para defenderse y promover sus objetivos. Y a ambos les encanta luchar en el lodo.

Cuarto líder empresarial renuncia a Consejo de Trump tras polémica racista

 08/15/2017 - 13:37
US President Donald Trump makes a statement Monday, Aug 14, 2017, from the White House condemning the Ku Klux Klan, white supremacists and other racist groups, days after the Charlottesville violence, but too late and too lacking in conviction to keep three CEOs of major companies from resigning from the President's Manufacturing Council. EFE/Chris Kleponis/Pool

El presidente de la Alianza para las Manufacturas Americanas, Scott Paul, se convirtió hoy en el cuarto líder empresarial que renuncia esta semana al Consejo de Fabricantes Estadounidenses de Donald Trump tras la tibia respuesta del mandatario a los incidentes racistas en Charlottesville (VA).

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4th CEO to resign from Trump Council over Charlottesville response

 08/15/2017 - 12:48
US President Donald Trump makes a statement Monday, Aug 14, 2017, from the White House condemning the Ku Klux Klan, white supremacists and other racist groups, days after the Charlottesville violence, but too late and too lacking in conviction to keep three CEOs of major companies from resigning from the President's Manufacturing Council. EFE/Chris Kleponis/Pool

Scott Paul, president of Alliance for American Manufacturing, resigned from the President's Manufacturing Council, joining the CEO's of Intel, Merck and Under Armour, which resigned from the group created by Donald Trump, because of the noncommittal way he responded to the racist attack in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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EFE

El presidente de la farmacéutica Merck se retira del Consejo de Trump después de Charlottesville

 08/14/2017 - 10:20
Kenneth Frazier. Fuente: Forbes

El presidente del gigante farmacéutico Meck, Kenneth Frazier, anunció hoy su renuncia al Consejo de Fabricantes Estadounidenses del presidente Donald Trump por la postura del gobernante ante los grupos supremacistas y fanáticos.

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EFE

"Era como volver a 1960", cuentan testigos de la marcha supremacista en EEUU

 08/14/2017 - 05:06
People place flowers at the corner of Fourth and East Water Street in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, 13 August 2017. A woman killed when a car slammed into counter-protesters at that intersection following the cancelation of a planned white supremacist march in that city was identified on 13 August 2017 by authorities as 32-year-old Heather Heyer. EPA/TASOS KATOPODIS

Una de las víctimas ha sido identificada como Heather Heyer, activista anti-racista,  de 32 años.  En un intento por frenar la lluvia de críticas contra Donald Trump por su ambigua respuesta al ataque sucedido en Charlottesville el pasado sábado, la Casa Blanca emitió un comunicado 36 horas después en el que condemnaba a los "supremacistas blancos" por incitar a la violencia. 

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EFE

Heather Heyer, Charlottesville Victim, Identified as Anti-Racism Demonstrator

 08/14/2017 - 04:50
People place flowers at the corner of Fourth and East Water Street in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, 13 August 2017. A woman killed when a car slammed into counter-protesters at that intersection following the cancelation of a planned white supremacist march in that city was identified on 13 August 2017 by authorities as 32-year-old Heather Heyer. EPA/TASOS KATOPODIS

Trying to stop the fallout over President Trump’s ambiguous response to this weekend's incident in Charlottesville, Va., the White House condemned “white supremacists” for inciting violence in a statement, issued 36 hours after the protests began.

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Brindemos por él

 09/30/2011 - 08:14
Brindemos por él

Los documentales de Ken Burns siempre lo dejan a uno con la sensación de
que aunque uno creía saber bastante sobre un fenómeno histórico —la
Guerra Civil o la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la evolución del bésibol o del
jazz— en realidad, sólo conocía una diminuta fracción de la historia.

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Esther Cepeda

Coffee or Tea party? Whatever your cup, roll up your sleeves

 03/13/2010 - 11:40
Coffee or Tea party? Whatever your cup, roll up your sleeves

I remember my first Tea Party invitation. The "hosts" were a group ofloosely federated regional anti-illegal immigration groups, the occasion
was Tax Day, and the call to action was to "protest to demand the end

of taxation without representation."

The particular bone ofcontention was Gov. Quinn's then-proposed tax increase, described
thusly: "Governor Quinn says he must raise your income tax because he
doesn't have enough money to pay for all the social welfare benefits

demanded by the illegal alien invaders."

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Esther Cepeda