Diario de América

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Logotipo Diario De América.png
Type Online Newspaper
Format Website
Owner(s) Fundación Californiana
Founded October 12, 2004
Headquarters Los Angeles
Official website www.diariodeamerica.com

Diario de América (America's Daily) is a Spanish-language opinion journal about politics, economics, culture and social issues, published in the United States.

Its contents are updated daily with opinion pieces by columnists from Latin America, Europe and the United States.

It was originally founded under the name El Iberoamericano on Columbus Day, 2004, and in its relatively short lifetime it has become a vehicle of opinion in several Spanish-speaking countries and among the U.S. Hispanic community.

Diario de América's "Declaration of Purpose" cites as its main objective "the dissemination of opinions whose essential purpose is the defense of the cause of human freedom." Its editorial line can be described as Libertarian, Conservative and strongly influenced by Western thought, upholding the values of individual autonomy, private property and a laissez-faire economic policy.

Its Founder and Editor-in-Chief is Pablo Kleinman.

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