I was extremely impressed with President Trump’s address to the UN on Venezuela yesterday. He bluntly laid it out concerning socialism in the failed leftist state: “The socialist Maduro regime
For someone like me, there was a lot to like about President Trump’s speech before the United Nations. I particularly appreciated the blasts at three rogue, or at least despicable, governments: in North Korea, Venezuela, and Iran. IShow More Summary
In an article by CNN, the plight of Venezuelans is made clear, to include the shortage of basic medicine and medical supplies, lack of food and common toiletries, and money. However, the article did not point out that socialist policies under Nicolas Maduro were to blame, by name. However, the article did not call the policies […]
The U.S.A. is applying increasing pressure on Venezuela, a country that, in accordance with the way the Pentagon has carved up the world, falls within the “jurisdiction” of the U.S. Southern Command (Southcom). SouthCom encompasses 31 countries and 16 territories that together form Latin America and the Caribbean. Show More Summary
U.S. President Donald Trump called on world leaders Tuesday during his United Nations General Assembly address to help restore democracy in Venezuela. Trump criticized the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and said his socialist dictatorship has caused trouble for the people in the South American...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China believes that the Venezuelan government and people can resolve their problems within a legal framework and maintain national stability, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his Venezuelan counterpart at the United Nations.
A violinist who became the young face of anti-government protests in Venezuela may soon seek political asylum in the United States. Wuilly Arteaga became well-known after he and his violin … Click to Continue »
The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented.
Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, After fifty years of imposing embargoes and other sanctions, the United States never managed to topple Cuba's communist regime. After forty years of the same in Iran, the US met withShow More Summary
The Maduro regime criticizes the president's remarks on Venezuela during his U.N speech.
Among the subjects President Donald Trump covered during his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday was Venezuela’s self-destructive reliance on socialism, that has turned what should be an overtly successful country into a place of starvation, sickness, and violence. Show More Summary
President Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea, and said that Iran masked a corrupt dictatorship under “the false guise of a democracy.”
In a bellicose speech to the U.N., Trump took swipes at North Korea, Iran and Venezuela, framing the need to confront them as a battle of good versus evil.
In a twist on President Bush's 'Axis of Evil,' Trump keeps North Korea and Iran but subs Venezuela for Iraq.
President Donald Trump has singled out Venezuela during a speech to the U.N. as a threat to democratic principles alongside North Korea, Iran and Syria. Trump says President Nicolas Maduro's … Click to Continue »
TRUMP: The problem in Venezuela isn’t that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that it has been faithfully implemented. Related: Bibi on Trump speech, says that in more than 30 years at UN, he has not heard a speech as brave/sharp.
In case you haven’t been keeping an eye on the news, Venezuela is in a rather bad way. Some people from the country are turning to unconventional money-making methods to get by in an extremely unstable economy. One of those methods is gold farming in games like Runescape. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump threatened “further action” against Venezuela on Tuesday and promised not to lift sanctions against Cuba until the government in Havana makes fundamental reforms. “We cannot stand by … Click to Continue »
The president paused for a raucous ovation. He received a tepid applause. President Donald Trump criticized the collapse of democracy in Venezuela during his Tuesday address to the United Nations “I ask every country represented here today to be prepared to do more to address this very real crisis. Show More Summary
Brazil's leader on Tuesday warned that there were "no alternatives to democracy" in Venezuela as he voiced solidarity with the people of the crisis-consumed nation. President Michel Temer, addressing the UN General Assembly where Brazil...Show More Summary