How I Became a Political Party Orphan -Making the Case for a True Multi-Party Government

I did not start paying attention to politics until I was 30 years old. In 1990 I graduated from Harvard Business School ready to conquer the world. I believed in equal rights, capitalism, globalism, and free markets. I was the main protagonist of my American Dream, a Colombian-born, legal immigrant, naturalized US citizen, with two engineering degrees, and an MBA proving to the world that … Continue reading How I Became a Political Party Orphan -Making the Case for a True Multi-Party Government

What the 4th of July Means to Me

With the 4th of July approaching us, I sit and ponder on the meaning of this celebration. Everyone is decorating with red, white, and blue and preparing for picnics and barbeques. Beautiful desserts will be made that resemble the American flag. Parades will be held. Firework displays will fill the skies. For many, it’s just a summer celebration. For me it’s a time to reflect on … Continue reading What the 4th of July Means to Me