Obama's Drug War in El Salvador

“Obama’s visit to the tomb of Monsenor Romero is super complicated because of what the U.S. has traditionally signified for us: a state that financed the Salvadoran military to block a revolutionary process,” says Marroquin, who lost more than a dozen family members, including her father, during the war.

“The visit to Mosnenor’s tomb is not an act of reparation. It’s an act of protocol and leaves me even more indignant, especially when ... Full Story »

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by Katherine Roman - Apr. 4, 2011

This is good journalism because there are allot of different prospectives and the article doesn't seem biased at all. The content was clear and well written.

I wonder why these drug problems continue to get worse and worse each year. it seems to me that the government "tries" for the most part to stop the "big" problems but so many continue to develop it's hard to keep faith that the issue will actually ever resolve.

“This is a lot more than the normal intimidations—searching us, detaining us and other things that promote paranoia among students. This is the first time the police have intervened in the university in more than three decades.”

I don’t think it should have been the first time that police have intervened.

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