From Nicaragua's La Prensa newspaper: El jurista y exasesor del Congreso de Estados Unidos, Jason Poblete, estima que el exmagistrado de la Corte Suprema de Justicia (CSJ), Rafael Solís, no se escapa a las sanciones estadounidenses, pese a que renunció al cargo judicial y a su militancia en el partido gobernante Frente Sandinista de Liberación [...]
Spain has been providing anemic lifelines to failed, left-wing dictatorial governments in Latin America for decades including Communist Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and many others. They rarely, if ever, cooperate with the United States to advance the cause of liberty in the Americas. Now Spain is allegedly selling modern weapons to gross violators of human rights [...]
To colleagues who think Brazil's new president Jair Bolsonaro is the greatest thing since sliced bread for dealing with socialists in Latin America, do as Reagan once said, "trust but verify." Bolsonaro's pre-game has been better than average. He has talked a good talk. And, yes, in politics talking the talk is part of the [...]
Hello again! I started the blog in 2007; however, more than our fair share of a few technical glitches a few months ago -- some more serious than others -- and the editors opted to, essentially, start over. The older posts we can recover shall be reposted in due course.
Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro did a courageous thing a few weeks ago, the right thing. Yes, this is what passes for courage these days in certain parts of the world. We should encourage more of it. Bolsonaro bucked decades of Latin American leftist advocacy by advising Cuba that Brazil will not be a party to [...]
Brazil's President-elect Jair Bolsonaro appears to have accomplished what no other leader in Latin America or the Caribbean has ever done in recent memory: forced Cuba to retreat. Bolsonaro said he would abolish Cuban medical slavery and offered political asylum to Cuban doctors in Brazil. Cuban health workers who opt to stay must pass a national [...]