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Seasonal thoughts from the chief

Well, it’s the holidays and the year is quickly coming to an end.  On behalf of everyone here at Milan PD, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and joyful  holiday season. Of course it wouldn’t be a message from the Chief without the encouragement to remain safe and sober, especially […]

Democracy, Really?

Democracy, Really?

We live in a time of labeling people and ideology, depending what you think you will be labeled as radical by the right or reactionary by the left. Personally I prefer, if I must be labeled, as Libertarian, where if government must exist, it must be structurally limited. We try to promote democracy, ignoring that […]

So… Justice Has Color?

Thinking in the context and outcome of the Zimmerman trial, I have to ask myself,  are we going to administrate justice in relation to the amount of skin  Melanin (substance that determine the color of the skin)?  During my past from law school at the Kennedy University in Buenos Aires I was told Justice is […]

The Gift of Freedom

Editorial By Dr Ed Enriquez July is the month when Americans celebrate the independence from England that sets an example that has spread around the world and still today many people only dream of reaching. In the history of mankind, freedom has been the exception, usually governed by kings and queens, the concept was power […]

What does it mean to be an American?

An Editorial By Dr Ed Enriquez Probably a significant amount of answers can be given to this question depending on who you ask.  The most traditional and common conception, bases the answer in the years that the person or family was born or live in the country, even in a particular town. It looks like a […]

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