Although Guillen's comments could be considered inappropriate and were disrespectful to those who endured Castro's regime, the First Amendment is all-inclusive. Guillen, along with every U.S. citizen, is entitled to his own opinion.
While Adi Ignatius generally worked for mainstream, revenue-dependent publications interested in enhancing new subscription sales and expanding readership, he got a new, rather different kind of editorial position in 2009: editor-in-chief of The Harvard Business Review.
'See, most people assume I run craigslist, but I don't. It's run by a small group of very smart people who have stayed loyal to the idea that it should be simple, fast, mostly free, and "bottom-up" oriented."
We caught up with a face from the Time cover, 28-year-old Phoenix, Arizona-based Marcelino Quiñonez. to ask how his involvement with the community landed him on the biggest national weekly in the country.
Romney's the one who wants to get half of the 11 million undocumented Latinos in this country to "self-deport" by the end of his theoretical first term. That idea is prompting many Latino voters, including myself, to call for Romney to self-screw.