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Congressional Paralysis on Immigration The only bipartisan outcome in the U.S. Congress is that the immigration situation, including the bizarre status quo at the border with Mexico, continues to [...] Continue Reading

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To Vote or Not to Vote? Primaries aren’t particularly attractive to voters, so a low turnout for the March 5 election was expected. However, only 30% of the registered voters bothered to vote in [...] Continue Reading

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Change Needed at Board of Supervisors The Fresno County Board of Supervisors continues to run the county as if it’s their domain, with an unapologetic arrogance and a backward ideology. Their [...] Continue Reading

Another Victim of Police Brutality

On Nov. 4, Max Sosa Jr., 33, was shot dead by Fresno police. Police responded to an apartment building in northwest Fresno due to a call for help regarding a situation in which Sosa was threatening to [...] Continue Reading

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Biden and His Political Suicide The 2024 elections will be crucial for the political and social stability of the country. If Trump wins, we will head toward a de facto dictatorship and a [...] Continue Reading

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Our Polarized World It seems that we have lost that “in the middle” ideology. The thought of “balance” between two opposite worlds that used to make some people feel good. I remember listening to [...] Continue Reading

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So Much Hate, So Little Love In the past few years, we’ve witnessed an increase of rage everywhere. In these times of social media dominance, it is common to see short videos of drivers fighting at [...] Continue Reading

Right Wing Spreading

The electoral victory of Javier Milei in Argentina on Nov 19 sparked a feeling of enthusiasm among right-wing activists and demagogues such as Donald Trump, Elon Musk, Jair Bolsonaro (the former [...] Continue Reading