Caracas Burning, Army Sent In, Maduro Blames U.S.

Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro says ”fascist” forces financed from the United States were plotting against his government. Probably has nothing to do with corrupt elections and election campaigns, seizing media outlets that print or say anything against him or his party, empty shelves in stores, high crime and unemployment. It other words, the failing of another …

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aSide Order

XL Pipeline Reduces Overall Carbon Emissions, State Department Environmental Impact Report Seems the long-awaited environmental impact analysis of the XL Pipeline has environmentalist shorts in a wad.  Turns out, having the XL Pipeline will reduce carbon emissions compared to not having it. In transportation alone, whether by trucks, trains, or barges and ships, the pipeline emits …

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“In America’s Interest” Is Not Enough

Listening to “the case” that the president and the ‘bomb Syria’ crowd is making is an answer to the wrong question. The only question to ask when it comes to using military force on another country is this, are we under direct threat of attack or under attack? Is our national security being compromised or …

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Venezuela, Government Knows Best

Have you noticed the competition between the current pols in the United States and Venezuela? If you are a statist that believes that the government knows best, and is obligated to assume (usurp) responsibility for running citizens private lives, so you don’t have to, then you might like the effort underway in Venezuela to ban …

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Venezuela’s Election Day For Chavez Successor

It’s election day in Venezuela. Venezuelans in the United States are going to New Orleans to vote for their successor for the hemisphere’s idiot, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who his hand-picked successor claims was killed by cancer given to him by the United States government. I know, Venezuela has their own low-information voters. It is what …

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Rodman For Chavez Funeral Delegation

President Obama will likely send an as-yet undetermined delegation to the funeral of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in an effort to thaw relations between the two countries, a senior State Department official told reporters Wednesday. Ri….ght!  This, while Chavez’s chosen replacement, Vice President Nicolas Maduro, a 50-year-old former bus driver and union leader (yeah, that’s about right), …

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Chavez Dead At 58

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, the ruthless communist dictator and master over poor people, has succumbed to cancer at 58. Affectionately referred to here as the hemisphere’s idiot, the good Venezuelan people will now at least have a chance to change Venezuela from the impoverished communist nation that he built, into an economic power that the …

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Is Hugo Chavez At Room Temperature?

Ding Dong. Some think he is already dead. Chavez’s opposition party might get another chance to free Venezuelans from the dictator and maybe have food on the shelves in markets again. The country may have a shovel-ready project of their own. Give credit where credit is due, to the fine health care system in communist …

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Chavez Would Vote For Obama

After a ringing endorsement from Madonna, the Obama campaign received an endorsement from the hemisphere’s idiot, Venezuela President Hugo Chavez. “If I were American, I’d vote for Obama,” Chavez said in a televised interview that aired Sunday. And it gets better . . . The Venezuelan leader called Obama “a good guy” and said if …

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