White House pursuing plan to expand immigrant rights

Christi Parsons, Brian Bennett, Lisa Mascaro Los Angeles Times 7/25/2014


President Obama meets at the White House with presidents Salvador Sanchez Ceren of El Salvador, left; Otto Perez Molina of Guatemala, second from left; and Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras, right. (Alex Wong / Getty Images)



Even as President Obama […]

Secretary of State John Kerry fiddles with his rigging while Egypt burns

Michael Blaustein The New York Post 7/5/2013

Secretary of State John Kerry spent time lounging around on his yacht Wednesday while the Egyptian military was deposing their country’s democratically elected president Mohammed Morsi, according to various reports.

When Kerry was first spotted on his yatch, called “Isabel,” near his vacation home in Nantucket, State Department […]

What to Do About a Coup

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 […]

WikiLeaks: Released cables make it clear U.S. backed Honduras President Zelaya to please Chavez

(Michael Ramirez)

“The last year and a half of the [President Manuel] Zelaya Administration will be, in my view, extraordinarily difficult for our bilateral relationship. His pursuit of immunity from the numerous activities of organized crime carried out in his administration will cause him to threaten the rule of law and institutional […]

Washington still bullying Honduras

U.S. Goes All “Netanyahu” On Honduras

William A. Jacobson Legal Insurrection 4/1/2010

…As noted in numerous posts here, the U.S. tried to force the return to power of Chavista and wannabe President-for-Life Manuel Zelaya. Only through the resoluteness of the Honduran people and government were Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama kept from achieving Zelaya’s return.


Honduran Congressional majority vote not to restore Zelaya

via Ziva Sahl at Babalu December 2, 2009

“My vote is a lesson for anyone who pretends to perpetuate himself in power. My vote is so that my son can look at me and say ‘Dad you defended democracy,” said Antonio Rivera of Lobo’s conservative National Party.”

From Associated Press Writer Alexandra Olson

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras […]