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6 Predictions for the Continued Demise of Venezuela in 2019

As Venezuela sinks deeper into total meltdown, past predictions about what the Bolivarian Revolution would ultimately mean for the country, haven’t come to be. Since Hugo Chavez first took office democratically in 1999 (subsequent ballot wins were fraudulent because of Chavismo control of state resources to finance campaigns, as well as other vote meddling factors like intimidation, coercion, etc.)… To ...

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Mexican Government Proposes “Free Zone” to Curb U.S. Migration

Not since the buffoon and former president of Mexico Vincente Fox has been in office, has a politician south of the border made this kind of news.  As a graduate of the Harvard Business School, one wonders if all true leftists gain their socialist glee from our own academia. Enough of Fox, and on to Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez ...

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Russia can never be a Top-Tier Economy

As long as one has the single-minded mission to intervene and usurp what belongs to others, there can be no long-term economic salvation. Yes, it can work in the short-term via physical threat to the populous ala Stalin et al. However, liberty and economic freedom cannot work when a sovereign nation is in perpetual war and turmoil. Goods of production ...

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HORIST: Trump scores in Argentina

Even as the #NeverTrump media picks at minutia to continue to spin stories to fill their pipeline of negative news narratives, the President has come out of the G20 summit in Argentina with some commendable outcomes. Tremendous wins. The Trump/Xi tête-à-tête was not only the most important face-to-face discussion in Argentina, it may be the most important negotiation between the ...

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China well on the way to Orwellian Economy

The globalists among you will want to determine quickly if you want China and its dystopian society on your side. The fable so prophetically crafted by 1984 exhibits what might happen to an economy that is taken over by Big Brother. The dictatorship witnessed by Orwell was influenced by Stalinism and the flowering Nazism, forms of brutal totalitarian regimes that ...

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Fewer International Students Coming to U.S. Universities

You would be hard pressed if you strolled down Locus Walk at the University of Pennsylvania or along the commons at Yale’s New Haven, Conn. Campus, to believe that the number of international students at American universities was on the decline. Ivy League schools like Penn and Yale have no shortage of foreign applicants. As a matter of fact, Harvard ...

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Russia Dismissing Dollar after U.S. Imposed Sanctions

Recent U.S. sanctions against Russia for, among other things, its actions in the Ukraine, have led President Putin to attempt to downplay the role of the dollar in the domestic Russian economy. While on the surface it may not seem significant that the Treasury Department announced sanctions against two individuals and one entity for “serious human rights abuses” and sanctions ...

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