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Venezuela’s Agricultural Agony

Venezuela’s Agricultural Agony

by Daniel Nardini Just when it cannot seem possible for Venezuela’s situation to become so much worse, it does. As food shortages spiral out of control, Venezuela’s agricultural sector cannot… Read more »

California’s Left Wing Amnesia

California’s Left Wing Amnesia

by Daniel Nardini A California state bill, introduced by California Assemblyman Robert Bonta (Democrat-Oakland), would lift the restriction that those who work in or are political officials in the California… Read more »

Panama Tries to Help Cuban Refugees

Panama Tries to Help Cuban Refugees

by Daniel Nardini Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela is trying to help those Cubans who escape from Cuba find temporary refuge along the Panama -Cost Rica border by building temporary… Read more »

A Lady Entering the Second Century

A Lady Entering the Second Century

by Daniel Nardini I am thoroughly convinced that I will never live to be 100 years old. None of my family has ever lived that long, and the odds are… Read more »

Part Two of the Mexican Drama

Part Two of the Mexican Drama

by Daniel Nardini While U.S. President Donald Trump keeps pushing for the building of a large border wall, more leftist politicians are pushing for a major lawsuit in the International… Read more »

Venezuela’s Instability is South America’s Instability

Venezuela’s Instability is South America’s Instability

by Daniel Nardini As nationwide protests and acts of repression by the Venezuelan government escalate, the Organization of American States (OAS) is calling upon the Venezuelan government to hold free… Read more »

Leading the False Fight and Ignoring the True Fight

Leading the False Fight and Ignoring the True Fight

by Daniel Nardini Still labeling all undocumented as “criminals,” U.S. President Donald Trump has kept making threats to take away all federal funding for what he calls “sanctuary cities.” Sadly,… Read more »

The Haitian Migrants in Mexico

The Haitian Migrants in Mexico

by Daniel Nardini No one is sure how many Haitians there are now in Tijuana, Mexico, on the border with the United States. It is the tragedy of nature that… Read more »

Evo Morales Runs for a Fourth Term

Evo Morales Runs for a Fourth Term

by Daniel Nardini Despite a referendum in February having passed that he cannot run for another term as president, current Bolivian President Evo Morales will run for a fourth term…. Read more »

Peru’s Adopts Rational Immigration Policy

Peru’s Adopts Rational Immigration Policy

by Daniel Nardini While the Republican-controlled U.S. Congress and the White House are trying to enact an immigration policy that is entirely questionable, the country of Peru is trying to… Read more »