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April 20th, 2017

Caracas, Venezuela ′Mother Of All Protests′ Leaves 3 Dead

No, the ′Mother of all Protests′ in Caracas, Venezuela was not about President Donald Trump. Tens of thousands of people took to the streets yesterday against their own president, Nicolas Maduro. The former bus driver has been trying to make himself a supreme dictator. After 18 years of Socialism, started by Hugo Chavez, Venezuela has gone from one of the wealthiest countries in South America to a basket-case. Runaway inflation, political oppression and scarcity of basic commodities like milk and toilet paper have plagued the nation. In recent weeks, Maduro, picked by the deceased Chavez to be his successor, has tried to do away with the country′s legislature, the National Assembly. Especially after the opposition party against Maduro won a majority of seats. Maduro had the nation′s supreme court outlaw it, but the court reversed its decision.

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March 6th, 2013

Ding Dong the Communist is Dead

History is replete with powerful men who rise to power from ashes. Sometimes they are a force for positive change in the nations they rule, and sometimes history will judge them harshly for their path of destruction. The latter is the case for the Venezuelan dictator, Hugo Chavez, who did humanity a favor yesterday by dying in middle age.


Photo: Hugo Chavez (right), Barack Obama (left)

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November 25th, 2012

President Obama, stop the defense cuts

China and the United States have a very unique relationship. The United States depends on China for China’s cheap labor and inexpensive products, and for loans, and China depends on the United States to keep their businesses producing goods. Both could not survive without each other, yet we are strategic enemies and are in an outstanding arms race. This arms race expanded today, as China revealed their new military capabilities: They have landed a fighter Jet on a carrier.
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October 1st, 2012

Hugo Chavez Endorses Obama

This is the season when foreign leaders decide to inject themselves into our Presidential Election. Yesterday, one of the more pernicious leaders in the Western Hemisphere, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, decided that now was the time for him to proclaim his enthusiasm for Barack Obama. Chavez seeks re-election next week against Henrique Capriles for President of the oil-rich South American nation.

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January 18th, 2011

Private Venezuelan TV Station Forced to Drop Colombian Soap

If I said I was shocked, I’d be lying. We’ve all grown accustom to the Chavez regime’s ridiculous antics over the years; however, this one takes the cake. According to a recent story in the Telegraph, Chavez’s government has ordered a private television station to stop broadcasting the Colombian soap opera “Chepe Fortuna” because it features a troublesome dog by the name of “Little Hugo.”
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September 28th, 2010

Hugo Chavez Allies Lose Ground In New Election

Losing the supermajority in Venezuela’s National Assembly, Hugo Chavez’s allies still maintain majority, but cannot carryout sweeping changes without cooperation from the minority. The anti-U.S. leader hailed the elections as a victory, but most analysts say the results indicate that his grip is slipping. Get the full story, with pictures and video below!

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The photo above shows the happy President waiving the Bolivarian constitution. Proclaiming a “solid victory” via his Twitter account, the Venezuelan President’s party celebrated with an impressive fireworks display in Caracas. Opposition leaders also claimed the result as a victory, a claim which the President downplayed.
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September 5th, 2010

Hugo Chavez Begins Food Rationing in Venezuela

It’s called the ‘Good Life Card’ and Hugo Chavez says don’t leave home without it! Due to the shortages of food and rising inflation in Venezuela, President Chavez is introducing the ‘Good Life Card’ to help people acquire groceries. Publicly intended to beat inflation, the real purpose of the card is to give the government more control over its citizens.

A banner with the picture of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is displayed on an apartment building in Caracas August 25, 2010. Chavez began yet another election battle on Wednesday with campaigning underway before a September 26 parliamentary poll. The banner reads, Let's go to victory! REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)

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July 22nd, 2010

Venezuela Severs Ties With Colombia

The ongoing dispute between Venezuela and Colombia has just went up a notch. Hugo Chavez, the wanna-be dictator of Venezuela is upset that Colombia is accusing their neighbor of providing sanctuaries to the FARC. Thus, Chavez is cutting off all diplomatic relations with Colombia.

Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez talks to members of the media during the Latin America and Caribbean Chancellors Summit (CALC) in Caracas July 3, 2010. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)


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