"The big question is how to leave oil behind without the prices generating an economic and political crisis"

"The big question is how to leave oil behind without the prices generating an economic and political crisis"

12/01/2022By Diego Genoud (Houston)
Mexican consultant Pablo Zárate is a recognized voice on both sides of the border. In dialogue with LPO, he questions AMLO's policy, explains oil profits and talks about the new global context.
"This time the Republicans gave us Democrats a chance to succeed"
LPO en Texas

"This time the Republicans gave us Democrats a chance to succeed"

11/30/2022By Diego Genoud (Houston)
Latina consultant Laura Barberena, who worked with the Clintons and Obama, campaigned with Democrats in major states. In an exclusive dialogue with LPO, she analyzes the election.
"A recession is inevitable and when it happens, the first jobs that will be lost are those of Latinos"

"A recession is inevitable and when it happens, the first jobs that will be lost are those of Latinos"

11/25/2022By Leandro Gabin
Susana Barragán, economic analyst at UnidosUS, spoke exclusively with LPO. How the economy impacted the Latino vote, the limitations to get credit and the impact of the recession on the Latino economy in 2023.
"Texas is the ninth largest economy in the world and it has the power of a country"
LPO en Texas

"Texas is the ninth largest economy in the world and it has the power of a country"

11/23/2022By Diego Genoud (Austin)
Argentine lawyer Ruth Hughs was Secretary of State for Texas. In an exclusive dialogue with LPO, she talks about her relationship with Governor Abbott and the power of the ninth largest economy in the world.
"If Republicans want to break with Trump, it is time to do it now"

"If Republicans want to break with Trump, it is time to do it now"

11/16/2022By Diego Genoud (Houston)
Mexican political expert Jeronimo Cortina is a specialist in Latino politics who has lived in the United States for 15 years. In an exclusive dialogue with LPO, he analyzes the results of the election and explains why the Latino vote for the Republicans did not increase as expected.
Noticias de la semana
"Los Angeles is an example that taxes can be lowered and wages raised at the same time"

"Los Angeles is an example that taxes can be lowered and wages raised at the same time"

11/02/2022By Nicolás Eisler
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti was one of Biden's campaign co-chairs. "In the United States, politics is broken," he says in an interview with LPO.
"If you want to reduce violence, you have to help reintegration"

"If you want to reduce violence, you have to help reintegration"

10/26/2022By Edgar Costa (New York)
Salvadoran Alex Sánchez works to employ former criminals. In an exclusive dialogue with LPO, he spoke about politicians who campaign against Latinos and how Central Americans live.
"Guns are the way to save America from tyranny"

"Guns are the way to save America from tyranny"

10/21/2022By Edgar Costa (New York)
Sebastián Gorka, a former Trump adviser who was acclaimed in Pennsylvania during the largest meeting of gun defenders in the US, talks exclusively with LPO.
"The banking system excludes Latinos because it only thinks about generating short-term income"

"The banking system excludes Latinos because it only thinks about generating short-term income"

10/18/2022By Edgar Costa (New York)
UnidosUS analyst Santiago Sueiro says that banks still discriminate Latinos and do not realize that their purchasing power is growing rapidly. The savings of Hispanics in Texas, Arizona and California.
"Everyone understands that we need migrants, including the racist politicians who use them for campaign"

"Everyone understands that we need migrants, including the racist politicians who use them for campaign"

10/13/2022By Agustin Vallejo
In dialogue with LPO, specialist in border issues Tony Payan explains that the US economy contradicts political discourse: "There are 10 million undocumented immigrants integrated into the labor market," he says.