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  • antonio2009: It is now evident that Wayne Smith ES UN CHANCLETERO.

  • asombra: Can you say gerontocracy? I can, and spell it, too. And notice the token Negroes–in the back rows, of course.

  • asombra: In the photo with Smith, look how seedy, bogus and disreputable Fidel looks–a cheap, vulgar poseur. But yes, nearly all of...

  • Gallardo: Putting the Reagan era aside, USA has always been Castro’s best friend. The bloody con-artist owes USA for paving his way...

  • asombra: The New York Times is practically wetting itself over Castro, Inc.’s Ebola PR stunt. Same perverse shit, different day.

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The left and Brazil’s elections (great stuff from our friends at IBD)

From IBD: "Brazil's Election Shows How The Left Th... http://t.co/faGY7cOgeC — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 15, 2014  

The French elections and “No Che Day” with Michael Prada

Thursday: The French elections and a few other issues with Michael Prada... by Silvio Canto Jr http://t.co/ARBCUXdqUu — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 10, 2014  

Pres Obama should call on President Pena-Nieto of Mexico to apologize

Pres Obama should call on President Pena-Nieto of ... http://t.co/hvDLrmPofy — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 9, 2014  

US-Latin America show with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz: Che 1967, Brazil elections, Ecuador & Pres Pena-Nieto of Mexico

WEDNESDAY: US-LATIN AMERICA STORIES OF THE WEEK WITH FAUSTA RODRIGUEZ WERTZ....Listen in now at http://t.co/bsM5JHivo9. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 8, 2014  

Brazilians vote and now comes a runoff

Brazilians vote and now comes a runoff http://t.co/kSw5w2qwHM — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 6, 2014  

Argentina update: Cristina esta loca!

Pres. Cristina Fernandez of Argentina in 'Muy Loca... http://t.co/u6suGrYZlV — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 2, 2014  

At this rate, every other street in Argentina will be named after Nestor Kirchner!

We Cubans know a thing or two about "el culto". Take a good look at Argentina and you will notice that just about everything is named after a guy named Nestor. Of course, we are talking about former President Nestor Kirchner who was followed by his wife, the current President Cristina Fernandez. According to Andres […]

The Humanity Paradox

Sometimes, lessons are learned from the most unexpected places. This is one of those times. MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Via FOX News) –  Traditional hunters armed with homemade guns, poisoned spears and amulets have gathered in their hundreds, eager to use their skills and what they believe to be supernatural powers to help find nearly 300 schoolgirls abducted […]

Reds Return to Red Square on May Day 2014

MOSCOW - Tens of thousands of Russians marched through Red Square on Thursday as part of May Day celebrations in the first such display of Soviet-era-like ceremony since 1991 - the year the communist Soviet Union dissolved. "For the first time, stages will be filled, and 5,000 (labor) veterans will stand on the tribunes of […]

Some thoughts about Gabriel Garcia-Marquez & Fidel Castro

Victor Triay, author and college professor, joins me for a chat about the Latin American left.   We will also hear from Michael Prada. We will look at the death of Gabriel Garcia-Marquez, the well known author of the Spanish language, who died in Mexico City. My concern is that Mr Garcia-Marquez is another one of […]

An update about Venezuela and Latin America

We spoke with Fausta Wertz, editor of Fausta's Blog, about the situation in Venezuela. Fausta published a new post called "The left and reality": "Lefties firmly believe the deceased Hugo Chavez “improved the economy drastically and ameliorated poverty drastically” because GDP went up, and fewer people were living below the poverty line by the time […]

El Salvador: “Que pasa despues que cuenten los votos”?

We looked at the elections in El Salvador with Miguel Portillo-Cuadra and Fausta Wertz, the editor of Fausta's Blog...... The question on the table is simple:  What happens after they count votes? Elections in El Salvador by Silvio Canto Jr on 3/11/2014  http://t.co/Ir8WEar03f http://t.co/R9NqmW0UeJ — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) March 11, 2014  

A morning update from outside Caracas

We spoke Friday morning with Comandante Cazorla in Venezuela....he gave us a personal report plus information about the demonstrations outside of Caracas.   VENEZUELA UPDATE with Comandante Cazorla.......Listen in now at http://t.co/Gu6FuUgmE1. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) February 14, 2014  

“Ojo y mucho cuidado”: Elections in El Salvador

(My new American Thinker post about the elections in El Salvador) Not long ago, Central America was a big part of our foreign policy discussion in the US. Remember the contras? Noriega and the Panama invasion?  El Salvador civil war? We don't have those problems anymore and we've spent a lot of time looking at […]

Venezuela and “se fue la luz” again

We can predict two things about life in Caracas: 1) President Maduro will blame everything on the merchants; and. 2) the lights will go out somewhere in the country. The lights went out again yesterday: "A power outage briefly darkened Venezuela’s capital and other parts of the country Monday night in what President Nicolas Maduro […]