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Cultural Genocide in Our Time

Cultural Genocide in Our Time

By Daniel Nardini It is the obvious elephant in the room. Or should I say the obvious red dragon. The recent elections for both president and the legislature in Taiwan,… Read more »

Still More Protests in Venezuela

Still More Protests in Venezuela

By Daniel Nardini Juan Guaido was again sworn in as the interim president of the Venezuelan National Assembly, and is still considered the “legitimate” president of Venezuela. This is all… Read more »

The Libertarian Party View on Trump Impeachment

The Libertarian Party View on Trump Impeachment

By Daniel Nardini There are many people in the Republican Party who say that the whole impeachment process in the U.S. House of Representatives is the result of “those damn… Read more »

The Jolabokaflod

The Jolabokaflod

By Daniel Nardini OK, you will be asking yourself what the word “Jolabokaflod” means? It is an Icelandic word for “Christmas Book Flood.” Now that I have explained what the… Read more »

Will Bolivia Remain Free?

Will Bolivia Remain Free?

By Daniel Nardini It is one of the most disconcerting situations that could have occurred. It seemed that former Bolivian President Evo Morales was destined to get a fourth term,… Read more »

Venezuela: Champion of Human Rights?

Venezuela: Champion of Human Rights?

By Daniel Nardini Here is a sad fact: Venezuela is now a member of the United Nations’ (UN) Human Rights Council. When one of the seats to the Council was… Read more »

Crazy Among the Crazies

Crazy Among the Crazies

By Daniel Nardini The Young America’s Foundation is described as “conservative.” Having gone to its website and read what the people in this organization have to say it seems more… Read more »

Should Italian Americans Seek Reparations?

Should Italian Americans Seek Reparations?

By Daniel Nardini During World War II, the U.S. government threw 60,000 Italian immigrants in internment camps, and forced hundreds of thousands of Italian immigrants and Americans of Italian descent… Read more »

Possible Civil War in Bolivia?

Possible Civil War in Bolivia?

By Daniel Nardini One South American country that has not received much publicity in the way of U.S. news is Bolivia. It should. On October 20th, national elections for the… Read more »

The New Russia-Cuba Friendship

The New Russia-Cuba Friendship

By Daniel Nardini When the former Soviet Union collapsed, Cuba was pretty much set adrift. No more economic aid came from the Soviet Union, and a newly emergent Russia gave… Read more »