THE OJO INTERNET MAILBOX
(Wherein we publish some comments about our previous issues.)
Pancho Villa’s Granddaughter - October 2010
* Car lockout Jacob
She seems to me like a very interesting person who comes from an extraordinary background. As much as I can see it didn’t affect her too much, and that is good, at least in my opinion.
* oz casinos
Raul Nava is in the acknowledgements of the book entitled, White Male Privilege. His father Ernesto Nava was recently in a Mexico City newspaper.
THE UNITED STATES LONGEST WAR
* Karl Homann
I loved your column about the insane and inhumane US embargo of Cuba. Your comments are right on target. Guess what? I am going to Cuba in November for three weeks to “trade with the enemy,” as official American government policy puts it. How un-American of me! Boy, at times like these it feels so good to be Canadian.
A NEW LEASE—on Life! - June 2011
It’s really a good experience!
By Mikel Miller
If you ever get an invitation to a quinceañera in Mexico, don’t miss it. It's the special Spanish
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By Alejandro Grattan-Dominguez
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EL OJO DEL LAGO—In the beginning were the words
By Dale Hoyt Palfrey
(Originally published in September 1994)
In 1984, a new wave of foreign
“Normal Muslims” And The Paris Assassins
By Kenneth G. Crosby
A commentator on CNN, addressing the hideous assassinations in Paris, said
Wordwise With Pithy Wit
By Tom Clarkson
This morning, my pal F.T. – who shared the Iraq experience with me during my third trek there – forwarded
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Front Row Center
By Michael Warren
The Pajama Game
By Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
Directed by Peggy Lord Chilton
By Jim Rambologna
Enzio Grattani was the Editor-in-Chief of a local rivista (or magazine) in Ajiermo, Italy. Locals
Every Word Important
By Herbert W. Piekow
Every word a writer writes has meaning yes, sometimes they never get published or the book