No matter what happens in the midterms, or in the next presidential election, we will be living with the grotesque consequences of a right-wing judiciary for decades.
In less than a month, Republicans will likely take over the House of Representatives, and possibly the Senate too. But even if they don’t win, they’ll still win—that is, if the almost 300 GOP election deniers seeking federal and statewide offices have anything to say about it.
Machismo has a lot to do with why some Latinos vote Republican, as research shows that men who are insecure about their manhood tend to vote conservative. But recent attacks on abortion rights threaten to lose the GOP even more Latino voters.
Conservatives are dead set on molding the country in their image and based on their own political and religious beliefs, no matter what the law says or how long it has said it.
The story about my two abortions and the vasectomy I had back in February.
Documentaries about Cypress Hill, a cabaret in Mexico City, and a female gang leader in the Bronx are among critic Alejandro A. Riera’s list of films to watch in April.
America is now moving backward