Alberto Nisman: Prosecutor who accused Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of Iranian bomb cover-up found dead

Alberto Nisman: Prosecutor who accused Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner of Iranian bomb cover-up found dead

Andrew Buncombe The Independent [UK] 19 January 2015

An Argentinian prosecutor who accused the country’s president of orchestrating a cover-up of the investigation into a notorious bomb attack on a Jewish community centre has been found dead – […]

Environmentalists Who Literally Trampled World History May Face Legal Action

Stephen Gutowski The Washington Free Beacon 12/15/2014

The Greenpeace activists that recently trampled the ancient Nazca lines are now facing legal action from the government of Peru. Officials are now trying to prevent those activists from leaving the country so they can be charged, according to The Guardian.

Peru will seek criminal charges against Greenpeace […]

Obama Skips National Security Team Meeting on Russia, Ukraine; Putin Seeks Access to Bases in Eight Countries

Daniel Halper The Weekly Standard 3/1/2014

A White House official emailed some reporters to say that President Obama’s team met today to discuss the ongoing situation on Ukraine. It appears President Obama did not attend.

“The President’s national security team met today to receive an update on the situation in Ukraine and discuss potential policy […]

We Need More Amazing Pro-Family Commercials Like This One…

…For Coke From Argentina

Soopermexican for Independent Journal Review 12/14/2013

As pundits love to tell us, you can’t change politics without changing culture first–politics is “downwind” from culture. That’s why I wish we had more commercials like this one that affirms families and children.

It’s from Argentina, so don’t freak out when there’s Spanish at […]

The Chinese Have Bought Out An Entire Country’s Oil Sector

Rob Wile Business Insider 11/26/2013

The Chinese have taken control of Ecuador’s oil sector, Reuters’ Joshua Schneyer and Nichoals Medina Mora Perez report.

Finding themselves largely shut out of credit markets since defaulting on $3.2 billion in debt in 2008, Ecuador turned to China.

In exchange for covering 61% of the country’s $6.2 billion financing […]

New Pope: Francis I Espouses Orthodoxy On Spiritual Matters While Advocating Social Justice For Poor

Palash R. Ghosh International Business Times 3/13/2013

Pope Francis I, the new leader of the Roman Catholic Church, who faces the extremely difficult task of moving the church away from a global child sex abuse scandal and other woes, is the first South American ever elected pontiff.

The Argentine-born son of Italian immigrants, Jorge Mario […]