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August 27, 2006
Asco | Disgusting
Sorry, Spanish only.

August 11, 2006
De Andrés Eloy a Maduro | From Andrés Eloy to Maduro
Sorry, Spanish only.

August 7, 2006
The End of Chávez
By Francis Fukuyama
The idea that contemporary Venezuela represents a social model superior to liberal democracy is absurd.

August 6, 2006
Uslar Pietri, Venezuelan Democracy's Undertaker
Arturo Uslar Pietri is considered one of the leading Venezuelan intellectuals of the 20th century. He certainly was entertaining and educational on TV

July 29, 2006
Comedian vs. Clown
Not too long ago I was complaining to my neighbor that there was no credible opposition leader in sight. Then, out of the blue, one appears.

July 27, 2006
El Hacedor de la Paz | The Peace Maker
Sorry, Spanish only.

July 24, 2006
Hezbollah's 'Cowardly' Use of Civilians
When the U. N. finally starts condemning terrorist organizations something very unusual must be afoot, after all, the U. N. prefers to condemn Israel, their favorite scapegoat.

July 18, 2006
Rescue from Entebbe
With great courage and ingenuity the IDF rescued the hostages taken by Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), a branch of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin.

July 17, 2006
Disproportionate Response
The criticism that Israel is using a "disproportionate response" to the kidnappings of its soldiers is an attempt to morally disarm Israel and make Israel out to be a bully.

July 16, 2006
G8 Statement on the Middle East
G8 has spoken. Will Iran listen?

May 22, 2006
Mango-papaya chicken
If you like exotic flavors, try this dish.

March 29, 2006
Oil and Disorder in Venezuela
The disorder spreading through Venezuelan government and society is undermining the oil industry, the main pillar of support for the political system and the main hope for recovery from decades of encroaching poverty.

March 26, 2006
An Upside-down View of the Student Loan Industry
The conventional wisdom is that banks control the private student loan industry but is this view sustained by the facts?

March 25, 2006
We Are What We Measure
It has often been said that we are what we eat. That might be true chemically but mentally we are what we measure.

March 11, 2006
Chávez's Favorite Pollster Passes Itself Off as American
Investigative blogger Aleksander Boyd uncovers fraudulent pollster and is now under menace by Chavez bullies. I wonder how long Chavez can keep up the charade -- obviously he is feeling the heat.

March 1, 2006
Poor Venezuela | Pobre Venezuela
While the president tries to steal the lime-light, the country continues to deteriorate.

January 5, 2006
Viaduct Number 1 Is Falling Down
The BoliBanana Robolutionary government gives away millions of dollars to buy foreign support while our infrastructure turns to dust.

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