Friday - Feb 22, 2019
  • Boxing – The Sport of Gentlemen

    Sautrday, July 28 – at TBA (HBO) – 12 rounds, junior middleweights:

    Vernon Forrest (38-2, 28 KOs) vs. Carlos Baldomir (43-10-6, 13 KOs);

    10 rounds, featherweights: Mario Santiago (18-0, 13 KOs) vs. Eric

    Aiken (16-5-1, 12 KOs).

  • Public service – a career with very special rewards

    ­by Bob Menéndez
    United States Senator

    Many might have said that as a boy who grew up in a tenement building as the son of poor Cuban immigrants, I was foolish to dream of serving my nation in the U.S. Senate. But that is why the United States, which celebrates its 231st birthday this Fourth of July, is the greatest nation in the world.

    As I sit here today, a proud senator representing the people of New Jersey, I want the next generation to know that through some hard work and determination, anything is possible.

  • God saves immigrants from Uncle Sam’s ire

    by Marvin J Ramirez Marvin Ramirez The intention is good, but to pass is another matter. Millions of immigrants, but mainly Latin Americans, will have to pay enormous increases in the tariffs when they have to proceed with their applications for citizenship, permanent residence, renew ­their TPS, etc. It seemed that the end is to

  • Would-be killer killed by the would be victim

    by Marvin J. Ramírez

    Photo by Marvin J. Ramírez­Photo by Marvin J. Ramírez

    A man was gun down and died by a local merchant after the shop owner learned that someone was coming to kill him, according to confidential sources.

  • President Chavez swears ALBA office in Peru is more symbol than threat

    ­by the El Reportero wire services

    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has brushed aside the controversy in Peru about the opening of offices of the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas (Alba).

    Groups supporting Chavez have opened six offices of the Peruvian daily La Republica reported July 20.

    Chavez says the offices are purely symbolic and in no way interferes in the internal affairs of Peru.

  • FSLN names ex Resistence leader as Consul in SF

    by Marvin J. Ramírez ­Denis Galeano Cornejo, new Nicaragua government representative in San Francisco, talks to El Reportero: Photo by Marvin J. Ramírez Denis Galeano Cornejo is not a career diplomat, but his struggle in the trenches for democracy and free elections in Nicaragua, for those who fought, are his credentials for representing Nicaraguans in

  • The race to become president chicken

    ­by José de la Isla

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    MEXICO CITY - Do you remember the 1992 election when Bill Clinton adjusted his policy thinking to accommodate President H.W. Bush’s big vision of a free-trade zone for all of the Americas?