Author Archives: Orlando Rodriguez
Saggy Pants, originally a private boarding school style inspired by economist Adam Smith to raise underwear sales, has invoked the anger of many inner city parents as the trend has spawned imitators from Newark to Los Angeles. 57% of those … Continue reading
For Haitian-Americans in New York City the question of choosing between Carl Palidino, Andrew Cuomo or Jimmy McMillian was not the main topic of debate this election season. The question is who to trust between candidates for the Haitian presidency. … Continue reading
As global warming, shifting populations and war create a refugee crisis, regions of severe drought threaten to cause even more shifts in human populations.
When Omar Minaya took over the day to day operations as Mets General Manager, he promised that his remake of “Los Mets” would deliver a championship. What happened instead? 3 straight division collapses, two lost seasons, a shady firing of … Continue reading