Thanks to Socialism People Literally Starving in Venezuela

Once South America’s richest country, Venezuela implemented a socialist agenda. Now people are starving to death. Venezuela’s inflation, estimated by the International Monetary Fund to reach 720% in 2017, is the highest in the world. The economy has shrunk 27% since 2013, according to local investment bank Torino Capital; imports of food have plummeted 70%. […]

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Venezuela Food Shortages, Looting And Economic Collapse From Socialism; Coming To USA Soon

By Michael Snyder The full-blown economic collapse that is happening in Venezuela right now is a preview of what Americans will be experiencing in the not too distant future.  Just a few years ago, most Venezuelans could never have imagined that food shortages would become so severe that people would literally hunt dogs and cats […]

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Leftism Has Destroyed Venezuela, no toilet paper and now lousy phone service

After years of progressive leftism in Venezuela it is self imploding. With some of the largest proven oil reserves in the world and they’re still broke. I wonder how South Korea manages to provide everyone with food, clothing, and shelter, not to mention both toilet paper AND cutting-edge cell phone service, seeing as their only natural […]

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The One Meme Guaranteed to Upset Every Crazy Liberal You’ve Ever Known

From Powerline: Hugo Chavez, deceased President of Venezuela, is still revered on the international left. Chavez was a vicious socialist: The rich are evil! The rich are lazy! Confiscate their money! Now we know what he did with it. Diario las Americas, as translated and reported by the Daily Mail, says that Chavez’s daughter Maria […]

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Obama Silent as Venezuelan Government Violently Represses Democratic Opposition

Thousands of supporters and opponents of Venezuela’s socialist government have taken to the streets this past week. Initiated by student groups, the protestors are voicing their grievances against soaring crime rates, high inflation, a shortage of basic goods, and a lack of political and economic freedom. All the while, the Obama Administration has been relatively […]

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What Makes Black Friday Possible?

Black Friday has come and gone in the United States. As you’re surely aware, millions of shoppers are spent the day after Thanksgiving pouring into stores searching for bargains. True to the nature of capitalism, that’s good for the buyers and good for the sellers as well. In Venezuela, a black Friday already happened this […]

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Remembering the Liberation of Grenada, 30 Years Later

Public Address/ZUMA Press/Newscom On this day 30 years ago, the Reagan Administration launched the successful liberation of the tiny Caribbean island of Grenada. The military action was prompted by the coup and assassination of Grenada’s prime minister by Soviet- and Cuban-supported factions in his administration. A former British colony, Grenada had only recently gained independence […]

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Edward Snowden Flees To Russia

The Hong Kong government announced that it had allowed the former National Security Agency contractor to depart its territory, The New York Times reports. Snowden, 29, was the whistleblower exposing the United States government surveillance of internet and telephone communications around the world. He has as been charged with espionage, theft and conversion of government property Snowden […]

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Buyer Beware: Secretary Kerry and Venezuela

MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA/Newscom On the margins of the general assembly of the Organization of American States in Guatemala, Secretary of State John Kerry met with Venezuela’s foreign minister, Elias Jaua, representing the democratically challenged and crisis-prone government of Nicolas Maduro, handpicked successor of the late Hugo Chavez and self-proclaimed victor of the April 14 presidential elections. […]

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Venezuela’s Bipolar Post-Chavez Regime Arrests American Filmmaker

On April 25, Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro announced the arrest of American Timothy Hallet Tracy. “The gringo who financed the violent groups,” Maduro said, “has been captured.” His justice minister claimed that Tracy was trained as a spy and was involved in an intricate plot aimed at fostering destabilizing violence. At the root of the […]

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