Giancarlo Sopo
Giancarlo Sopo

Giancarlo Sopo is a communications consultant, political writer, and first-generation American. For over a decade, Giancarlo has advised companies, non-profit organizations, and political leaders on how to connect with diverse audiences throughout the Americas. He was formerly a director of communications in the U.S. Congress and a teaching fellow on leadership and presidential politics at the Harvard Extension School.

A native of Florida, Giancarlo now lives in Miami where, in addition to his profession, he helps lead a nonprofit he co-founded that connects millennials with their families, peers, and heritage in his family’s native Cuba. In his writing, Giancarlo enjoys exploring economics, culture, and the American Dream. He is currently preparing to attend graduate school in 2019.

You can follow him on Facebook or Twitter at @giancarlosopo.

My Parents Are Immigrants, But Joe Biden Is Right: Undocumented Immigrant Felons Should Be Deported

Immigration activists and opportunistic politicians are quick to denounce border enforcement measures while being short on specifics and long on platitudes.

The NBA’s Bow To Chinese Repression Was Reprehensible

The only appropriate response from an American corporation in such a situation is some variation of ‘We stand by our people.’ Period.

Why Are Democrats Smearing Venezuela’s Leftist Interim President?

You would think the new leftist media darlings would adore Juan Guaido. Instead, they’re waging a smear campaign against him.

Republicans Won Nearly Half Of Florida Hispanics In 2018, But Trouble Looms For 2020

In defiance of most polls and conventional wisdom inside the Beltway, the GOP saw an 18-point net gain among this constituency in the Sunshine State compared to 2016.

Former ‘Cosby’ Star Geoffrey Owens Deserves Respect For Working At Trader Joe’s

In a fallen-from-grace-style exposé, the British tabloid Daily Mail revealed that Geoffrey Owens now works as a cashier at a Trader Joe’s making $11 an hour.

Even Newly Corrected Data Doesn’t Support Claims That Scandinavia Is Socialist

Proponents of ‘democratic socialism’ often point to Norway, where 59 percent of the country’s wealth is in government hands, as a real-life example of their ideas. This is a fallacy.

Debunking Socialist Myths: 90 Percent Of Scandinavia’s Wealth Is Privately Owned

The Bruenig standard indicates Scandinavia is less socialist than the average non-Scandinavian country, including the United States under the most conservative presidency of our lifetime.