Diego Ferro is president of M2M Capital, a New York investment fund. Speaking to LPO, he warns that the Federal Reserve will continue to raise rates. "A lot of the problem has been magnified by the Fed," he says.
Letitia James, New York's attorney general, spoke with LPO during the large march in favor of gun control.
Tom Suozzi, who is running for governor of New York, spoke exclusively with LPO about the progress of the campaign and why he chose Latina Diana Reyna to be his eventual lieutenant governor.
"At the time of the elections, the country will already be in recession; our economy will be similar to that of the eighties"
Speaking to LPO, Gear Partners CEO Jorge Piedrahita said there's not much Biden can do to reverse the economic situation.
"The border is a big bottleneck: crossing is harder than ever and there are more people who want to cross"
American journalist Sandra Dibble has been living between San Diego and Tijuana for almost three decades. In an exclusive dialogue with LPO, she talks about migration, drug trafficking and power in the hottest part of the border.
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"Trump wants to make it clear to his Republican rivals that if they betray him, they're going to pay a very high price."
Latino consultant Felipe Noguera was Interviewed by LPO and talks about the deep divide among Republicans; takes a closer look at the former president's campaign and explains why he risks retaining his power.
"Biden is determined to extradite Assange because he exposed the war crimes he himself voted for as senator"
Speaking with LPO, the president of the National Writers Union of America, Larry Goldbetter, says that the extradition of the creator of WikiLeaks is "unacceptable" and criticizes the lack of freedom of press.
"We're confident that Latino voters will turn out to vote in support of Democrats in the midterm elections and beyond"
Nathalie Rayes, president and CEO of Latino Victory, told LPO that Republicans don't have a solution for Latino problems. "What Democrats need to do now is make sure Latinos know about their successes before the election," she said.
The DCLC hopes to get "multiple" Latinos elected to local office in the coming years, according to President Joe Barrios
Dominican-American Antonio Reynoso will become the first Latino borough president in Brooklyn's history.