Butter Bracco The Global Dispatch 3/8/2013
Wibailoutpeople.org was one of the few website which still posted the SEIU announcement detailing the “celebration and procession” for the deceased Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.
A memorial vigil was held Wednesday at the Venezuelan consulate in Manhattan, but the union march is raising eyebrows.
“Bring candles will walk to [...]
Patrick Goodenough CNS News 3/6/2013
The U.N. Human Rights Council was criticized Wednesday for holding a minute of silence to honor Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, a decision that again illustrated the tension between the body’s actions and its professed commitment to upholding human rights around the world.
“He worked tirelessly not only for his people, [...]
Flag Flap in Houston
Cliff Saunders KTRH 3/7/2013
If you drove by CITGO’s corporate headquarters yesterday you would have seen what many consider a disturbing sight.
Many Houstonians are up in arms after driving by CITGO’s Eldridge Parkway headquarters and noticing the U.S., Texas and Venezuelan flags being flown at half staff, and you let [...]
Brian Freedom’s Lighthouse 2/17/2013
A trumpet voice for conservatism crying in the wilderness of the European Parliament.
This is Britain’s Daniel Hannan, a British member of the European Parliament, blasting the “slow asphyxiation” of Democracy in Venezuela by “President” Hugo Chavez.
“Dictatorships are not established overnight. They take place through a thousand small subversions of [...]
Shoshana Bryen American Thinker 1/7/2013
…Since Secretary Clinton is preparing to turn the reins of the State Department over to Sen. John Kerry, formerly chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, it is worth noting Sen. Kerry’s response to the Honduran crisis.
Sen. Jim DeMint tried to visit Honduras shortly after Zelaya’s ouster to bring [...]