The American interviews the main opinion leaders in the world of politics, economy, culture, and society in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the world.
In interview for El American, Álvaro Uribe affirmed that a victory of the left "means expanding the territorial map of threat to the United States."
Rodríguez explained that religion not only influences society, but also has an important presence in politics.
Martinez has made history in American politics, as she was the first Hispanic governor of New Mexico (2011-2019) and in 2013 was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
"They give them handouts. They incentivize people to be homeless. They let them stay in empty houses. Homelessness is going down across the country, but it's rising in California. Half of the nation's homeless actually live in California."
The interview focuses on this most misunderstood trade which often lends an appearance of perceived “humanitarian” and benevolent international cooperation by Cuban communism
Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute, explains that the libertarian movement is in a rough spot, but there's also hope. Decentralization may be the way forward