By José ViloriaThere are several stories that could be told about the taxi industry, but I would like to focus on some of the most recent, in trying to help raise awareness among our drivers who often..
By José R. JaénWhen writing this column in a morning where I could not sleep, my thoughts flitted in my mind, perhaps including the Universe, because often we limit ourselves only to see the five fing..
By José ViloriaLast August 13, the livery industry lost one of its most precious children, our brothers Oscar Polanco, Dominican, father of three children, dedicated full time to defending the rights ..
Por José ViloriaThe triumph of State Senator Adriano Espaillat in the past Primaries of June 28, makes him virtually the new Congressman representing Congressional District 13 of State of New York, wh..
José ViloriaIt is interesting to analyze the position of a few Taxi Drivers fellow members of the livery industry, after a few years ago fought desperately for green permits, after that way according ..
José ViloriaIt has been shown that the applications have displaced the traditional way of distributing calls to taxi drivers, earlier in the city of New York, the yellow cab drivers had their marked t..
By José ViloriaWhat we feared, happened again.The blood of the livery cab drivers is still running on the streets of the city and one of the most recent cases occurred last Friday, April 15 at dawn in..
You should know that on February 29, 2016, while I was flipping through television stations, I came across a story on “Fox News Insider” announcing that Reverend Al Sharpton has joined the list of cel..
Por José R. JaénA nivel internacional, el histórico viaje del presidente Barack Obama a la Isla Comunista de Cuba, como parte del proceso de normalizar las relaciones diplomáticas y comerciales, cuyos..