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The discussion of fiscal deficit in Costa Rica is very limited in scope. NO ONE is talking about the real cause of the explosion of the deficit: THE FOREIGN DEBT of the government. Eliminating “luxury … Full article

Make no mistake, mass illegal immigration does not yield any benefits for host countries. Flooding a country with thousands or tens of thousands of people, with different beliefs and …

Argentina votes against legalizing abortions. Passing a law in favor of abortion, to legalize or finance it is equivalent to forcing ALL to be responsible for the carelessness, accidents, …

Paramilitary forces attack rural and coastal areas that show opposition to Ortega. The cities of Diriamba and Jinotepe, in the Pacific of Nicaragua, awoke today under heavy attacks from …

Venezuela, Costa Rica and Argentina are three nations that suffer due to their massive debt with foreign banks. Countries all over Latin America are running out of time to curb, …

Formally speaking, the level of abstention during the Presidential election in Venezuela does not allow us to validate the democratic character of the victory of Nicolás Maduro. However, the … Full article

Misery, crime and corruption collapse the South American giant. SÃO PAULO – It seems repetitive, but every three or four months we have to talk about Brazil; about its …

Inflation causes a loss of 25% in purchasing power, which hurts the poorest people in the country. There are people who commit crimes, it is the first time they …

All you have to do to answer this question is to look at the starting point of all popular uprisings that took place around the world over the last …

SÃO PAULO – The president of Brazil, Michel Temer, has taken one of the most extreme measures available to him to face the irrepressible escalation of violence in Rio …

At least 80 people are murdered per day in Mexico, a number that equals the horror of the worst days the country lived during the narco wars. Violence in …

The situation in Venezuela is grim and not getting any better. A socialist government has destroyed what used to be one of the healthiest economies in the world and …

When people are asked what causes natural disasters, they quickly respond human activity. Rightly so, but what really causes or enhances natural disasters are a very specific kind of …

If you ever wondered what it would look like if the grid collapsed here on the mainland, the island of Puerto Rico is a tragic, real-life case study. These …

Venezuela is a prime US target for regime change, opposing its social democracy, wanting control of its vast oil reserves. Ongoing color revolution tactics for months so far failed …

Saying that Venezuela is on fire would be a mild description of what people are living all over the country, especially in some rural areas. The State of Tachira, …

Sunday’s National Constituent Assembly election “is the most important (one) in Venezuelan political system because we are electing the sovereign constituent body…that is above all others, the maximum political …

The Venezuelan government began a new offensive against the opposition movement that seeks to complete a Coup d’Etat, and which last Friday appointed a parallel Supreme Court to challenge …

SAO PAULO – It is difficult to be optimistic here in Brazil. The reality of politics is very constricting with what is believed to be happening in the political …

No one enjoys seeing Venezuelas going hungry, being oppressed by the military or not having electricity or running water. Venezuela is a very rich nation and should be in …

You’ve probably heard already that Leopoldo Lopez has been released from jail and that he is now under house arrest. What you have not heard yet, is the other …

The Office of the Attorney General has formally asked to prosecute the president of Brazil for corruption. Congress shall decide whether to remove Temer from office. Michel Temer has become …

If you ever wondered what life was really like in a post-collapse society, look no further than Venezuela. Today, I’d like to share a first-hand report of everyday life …

SÃO PAULO – The entire Brazil seemed shocked last May 17, when the terms of the agreement reached between investigators and the president of the meat giant JBS, Joesley …

I recently read a Facebook post from a person who rightfully pointed out that Brazil is far from being a democracy. In fact, the user clarified that the country …