La Voz Latina - Su puente a la comunidad Hispana de Georgia y Carolina del sur
  •      Se llama “hacer un trato con el diablo”.
         Estos días, sacudí mi cabeza con asombro cuando amigo tras amigo, la mayoría de ellos cristianos, anunciaron orgullosamente su apoyo a Donald Trump en su búsqueda para convertirse en el presidente número 45 de los Estados Unidos. Cierto- algunas de estas personas son “amigos” de Facebook con los que no tengo relación personal. Pero otros son personas cuyo criterio estaba acostumbrado a respetar, amigos de la iglesia en los que confiaba y pensaba que conocía.

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Sports

 

     It's not how you start but how you finish. Throughout history that sentiment has motivated both armies and athletes to shrug off the bitter sting of disappointing loss and to focus on the future.

     This spring that mantra was repeated by friends and family of the Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School Jaguars Girl's Soccer Team, a group that did not even field a team in 2014. Last year's squad lost every game but their enthusiasm remained high.

Opinion

    It's called “making a deal with the devil”.

     These days, I shake my head in amazement as friend after friend, most of them Christian, proudly announce their support for Donald Trump in his quest to become the 45th president of the United States. True– some of these people are facebook “friends” with whom I have no personal relationship. But others are people whose judgment I used to respect, church friends I thought I knew and trusted.