- If you are traveling to Cuba… Make a Pledge!
- How long are we going to allow the powerful weapon industry to manipulate and mislead us?
- A Century and a Half Later a Child is killed with Impunity
- Are Americans as Stupid and Ignorant as the Republican Presidential Candidate Treats Them?
- Republican majority? A disastrous misfortune
Author Archives: David Sierra-Bolet
Please, if you are traveling to Cuba, keep in mind that behind the facade of beautiful countryside views, with its ever-present majestic Royal Palm tree; behind the 50s automobiles giving you a back to the future tour experience; behind the … Continue reading
How often we will continue to be in front of our television crying in agony because another father and mother suffer the loss of a child killed by a random bullet? Are we totally incapable and powerless to stop the … Continue reading
I have been reading Charles Dickens’s Oliver Twist. Dickens describes England in the mid 1800’s. Orphan children were a worthless burden to society. They were fed as little as possible in the hope that they will die at an early … Continue reading
If I had to characterize the ongoing Republican presidential campaign in a few words, I would have to say it is a long, twisted road overabundant with misinformation, exaggerations, and lies designed to deceit, confuse and scare the voters. It … Continue reading
I’ve got to, got to, got to say it! I am asphyxiating from holding it back. It must be said: Let’s not allow the Republican party to gain a majority in the House or the Senate. It is sad that … Continue reading
Before this weekend I thought of Glenn Beck as another loud mouth TV pundit. In a few occasions I found him mildly and perhaps cheaply entertaining. I did not agree with the way he uses and manipulates the fear and … Continue reading
No need to comment. My thought for the moment: “Giving all Diligence, add to your Faith, Virtue; and to Virtue, Knowledge; and to Knowledge, Temperance; and to Temperance, Patience; and to Patience, Godliness; and to Godliness, Brotherly Kindness; and to … Continue reading