Politics

May 1, 2019

International Election Observation: UKRAINE

Over the past four weeks, I have had the honor to participate as an international election observer as a member of the NDI delegation to Ukraine. The initial election was held on Sunday, March 31 with 39 candidates running for President...
June 20, 2018

Immigration . . . It’s Complicated

Before you judge the people coming from Central America and Mexico who are illegally crossing the U.S. border, walk a step or two in their shoes. We are extraordinarily privileged to have been born in a country that is a stable democracy and a world economic powerhouse providing us Americans with opportunities allowing us access to the world and freedoms beyond the imagination of most of humanity...
January 9, 2018

Ambassador Brewster Responds to Trump’s Immigration Policy

The United States executive branch of government, or more commonly known as the White House, is continuing to move toward a more isolationist approach to immigration and in recent weeks it appears to be gaining momentum. President Donald Trump has made aggressive approaches to alter current immigration polices for no other reason than an attempt to negotiate an archaic campaign policy at the expense of human compassion. He promised to build a wall along the border between the Unites States and Mexico...
April 14, 2017

America’s Current State of Affairs…

The list of controversial policies are endless and these are troubling and anxious times. Controversy by design is divisive and maintains a sense of instability with the general population and is used by those in positions of influence for the primary purpose of keeping their opposition in a state of flux...