Morela Scull

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A native of Caracas, Venezuela who currently lives in Bogotá, Colombia with her husband and son, Morela Scull is an expert in cultural anthropology, mass media and public opinion. She earned her Ph.D. in Public Communication from the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain and taught for 15 years at the Universidad Monteávila in Caracas, Venezuela. Her academic research has been centered on the development of the mass media and its impact on American society and democracy. 

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A pesar de que el presentador de CNN en Español, Juan Carlos López, afirmó que la prohibición de la terapia de conversión en Inglaterra era un tema controvertido, la audiencia de Directo USA tuvo un único punto de vista al respecto, el del Dr. Elmer Huerta, un hematólogo con sede en Washington, DC, quien elogió la decisión del país de no permitir que las personas reciban la terapia.



Despite CNN en Español’s anchor Juan Carlos López affirmation that the ban of conversion therapy in England was a controversial issue, viewers of Directo USA were treated to one sole point of view on the matter, that of Dr. Elmer Huerta, a hematologist based in Washington, D.C., who hailed the country’s decision to disallow individuals from receiving the therapy.



Ya es notoria la holgada victoria de las fuerzas proaborto que ocurrió en Irlanda el mes pasado.  Lo que es menos conocido es el papel activo que redes sociales como Facebook, Google y YouTube tomaron durante dicho proceso electoral, y su impacto en los resultados.



The comfortable victory by pro-choice abortion forces in Ireland was widely reported last month. But what is less known is the active role social media networks such as Google, Facebook and YouTube played during the electoral process, and its impact on the results.

 



Al asumir el cargo de gobernador de California, Ronald Reagan declaró que "la libertad es algo frágil y nunca está a más de una generación de la extinción. No es nuestra por herencia; debe combatirse y defenderse constantemente por cada generación".



Upon taking office as Governor of California, Ronald Reagan declared that “Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation.”