A few days ago, I interviewed Juan Guaido from Caracas, Venezuela. Guido, as you know by now, is the interim President of Venezuela; recognized as such by over 50 nations including the U.S. It aired […]
A few hours ago, we learned from Secretary Mike Pompeo that Russia stopped Nicolas Maduro from fleeing to Cuba even though his plane was ready to take off.
Today Juan Guaido, the leader of the democracy movement in Venezuela, together with an undetermined number of the Venezuelan military took the first steps toward a coup d’etat. Beamed from Venezuela was a photograph of […]
In an article published in the WaPo, the author contemplates the end of Capitalism and the chances of its survival, through the lenses of a California Congressman and one of his very ultra-wealthy constituents.
Despite claims by Nancy Pelosi that the AOC-SANDERS wing of the Democratic party is “only five people,” the truth may be quite different. Try as hard as she might minimize their presence, the evidence is […]
In his latest comments, Alan Greenspan warns about the “burden” the Entitlement programs put on the economy. The message is clear: unless we find a way to restrain the rising costs of programs such as […]
Recently eight Republicans opposed the president’s push to have courts repeal Obamacare.
Bills proposed by Bernie Sanders and several other Democrats in the House would extend Medicare-for-all to all “residents” of the U.S.
President Trump is about to implement the Title III provision of the Helms-Burton Act of 1996, that will affect companies that do business with Cuba.
CNN Politics put aside—for the occasion at least—and said some very nice things about the Republican tax cuts and their effect on all Americans.
The Bible says a leopard can’t change his spots. Bernie is trying to get people to forget his honeymoon in the Soviet Union or his praise for Nicaragua’s and Cuba’s socialist regimes. He is changing […]
According to the article in Washington Post, the president is torn between the softer approach to immigration recommended by his son in law Jared Kushner, and the hardline approach of the immigration hawk Stephen Miller.
Sometimes the harder you try to change things; the more they remain the same.
Just like Reagan in ’83, some times a president has to do what he’s got to do, come hell or high water.
The best thing about AOC’s Green New Deal is that few in her party are taking it seriously.