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EL ASESOR DE Seguridad Nacional JohnBolton llega para una conferencia de prensa conjunta entre el Presidente de Estados Unidos Donald Trump y el Presidente de Brasil Jair Bolsonaro en el Jardín de Rosas de la Casa Blanca el 19 de marzo de 2019 en Washington, DC. El presidente Trump está recibiendo al presidente Bolsonaro para una visita y conversaciones bilaterales en la Casa Blanca hoy. (Foto de Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

One would expect that after almost six decades of failure, Washington would have realized that a new approach to Cuba relations is urgently needed.

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La diosa tecnología

 07/16/2009 - 08:20

Neil Postman, autor de un buen número de artículos y varios libros, cuestionaba la actitud pasiva de los televidentes: “¿Qué ha pasado con la actitud crítica de la ciudadanía?”   Lamentaba que se dejaran llevar por los anuncios políticos pagados, y que se convirtieran en una forma de ‘terapia’, mediante la cual los candidatos pretenden convencer y tranquilizar a los votantes de su futuro desempeño en determinado puesto.  A través de anuncios fríamente calculados por la mercadotecnia más avanzada, s

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Military Questions

 07/08/2009 - 06:34

With so many immigrants now serving in the military, USCIS has been
bombarded with questions regarding their pending immigration
applications, including applications for naturalization and petitions
to remove the conditional basis of resident status.

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The Next Chapter in the Driver's License Fiasco: Working Together with Penn DOT

 06/26/2009 - 05:48

For those of you who received the May 29th notice cancelling your
license unless you were able to verify, to the satisfaction of Penn
DOT, the veracity of your social security number by June 19, 2009,
there’s been a momentary reprieve: Penn DOT has temporarily cancelled
their cancellation notices in order to work on a new letter and set of
guidelines that more clearly establish who is legally permitted to
drive in the Commonwealth. Such new guidelines will better mirror the
USCIS guidelines as to who is legally in the U.S. and thus who is
permitted to legally drive in our state.

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Penn DOT fiasco

 06/09/2009 - 02:15

Over the past two weeks, thousands of people have received an Official Notice from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of
Transportation, Bureau of Driver Licensing.

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Mickey Ibarra Illuminates Path For Hispanic Recognition In U.S. Capital

 05/19/2009 - 18:30

The Latino Leaders Network was launched in the nation’s capital five
years ago by advocate and business leader Mickey Ibarra to establish
relationships and dialogue among Hispanic movers and shakers of all
political stripes on issues of particular importance to the community.

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Beware the Trojan Horse

 05/15/2009 - 14:06

In “The Odyssey” the arrival of the Trojan horse brought with it an
unexpected surprise, which led to the defeat of the Trojans at the hand
of Ulysses and his Greek warriors.  Today the H-2B visas seem to be the
new Trojan horses of the immigration world.

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La madre nunca muere

 05/09/2009 - 20:54

Una leyenda bretona dice que cuando los barcos naufragan en alta mar y los marineros se ahogan en las profundas aguas, la Mujer de Blanco les susurra al oído las mismas canciones y las mismas oraciones que aprendieron de sus madres cuando eran mecidos en sus cunas.

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Healing Powers Of Mexican Masks

 05/07/2009 - 15:11

   Mexicans are wearing masks again. Blue ones. Although
these contemporary, surgical masks are meant to guard against the swine
flu outbreak, masks have been a part of Mexican culture since 3000 B.C.
In pre-Hispanic Mexico, before the Spanish Conquest of 1521, masks were
used by priests to channel the power of their pagan gods.

 

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El "virus migratorio"

 05/05/2009 - 21:00

A propósito del "virus migratorio" bautizado como AH1N1- por la comunidad científica o como el virus de la gripa porcina para el resto de la población,  es el del turno en el banquillo de los acusados. En su desbandada carrera, ha infectado a 1.490 personas según la Organización Mundial de la Salud- OMS-, en los cinco continentes y ha dejado 25 víctimas fatales, dos de ellas en U.S.A. al 05 de Mayo de 2.009.

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