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  • asombra: So you think Cardinal Ortega, who called us “gusanera,” got the message when he heard that psalm at mass? I...

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Venezuela & US-Latin America stories of the week with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz

GUESTS:  Fausta Rodriguez Wertz, editor of Fausta's Blog, joins me for a discussion of the latest US-Latin America stories..........we will also hear from Luisa Ravelo-Guedes, a Venezuelan national who lives in Texas....click here for the show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cantotalk/2015/03/12/venezuela-us-latin-america-stories-of-the-week-with-fausta-rodriguez-wertz

Cuba, Venezuela and other US-Latin America stories of the week with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz, editor of Fausta’s Blog

Thursday Jan 15.........US-Latin America stories of the week........ http://t.co/DqpTFfKZNZ — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) January 15, 2015  

Cuba, Venezuela and other US-Latin America stories of the week with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz

Cuba, Venezuela and other US-Latin America stories of the week.......Listen in now at http://t.co/ae4J2eHg4I. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) January 7, 2015  

Happy New Year! (Unless you live in Venezuela)

Happy New Year! (Unless you live in Venezuela) http://t.co/ULOCFFtczo — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) January 1, 2015  

Why checks and balances? Check out Venezuela today

Why checks and balances? Check out Venezuela today... http://t.co/78ah2ISmkk — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) December 28, 2014  

Yes, Venezuela could collapse if oil keeps dropping

Yes, Venezuela could collapse if oil keeps droppin... http://t.co/LBvqiQz2RY — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) December 17, 2014  

That mess in South America known as Venezuela

That mess in South America known as Venezuela http://t.co/DQugvKEwmd via @Scantojr — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 30, 2014  

The elections in Brazil plus other US-Latin America stories with Fausta Rodriguez Wertz of Fausta’s Blog

WEDNESDAY: The elections in Brazil plus other US-Latin America stories......Listen in now at http://t.co/tnqBth94fx. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) October 29, 2014  

TUESDAY: THE LATEST FROM VENEZUELA

TUESDAY: THE LATEST FROM VENEZUELA WITH COMANDANTE CAZORLA....Listen in now at http://t.co/RlcBoIe0iL. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) September 23, 2014  

A Venezuela update with Fausta Wertz & Luisa Ravelo

We spoke about Venezuela with Fausta Wertz, editor of Fausta's Blog, & Luisa Ravelo, coordinator of RECIVEX- REsistencia CIvil de Venezolanos en elEXterior (Civil Resistance of Venezuelans Abroad) Dallas Chapter.     Wednesday: Venezuela, Brazil, Mexico and other US-Latin America issues.....Listen in now at http://t.co/QcuTALFbjM. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) June 4, 2014  

The House’s Dirty 14 Who Opposed Sanctions On Venezuela – Revealed

For some reason, the media have been reticent about who the 14 members of Congress were who opposed sanctions on Venezuela's castroite Chavista regime. They passed, by a wimpy voice vote, but a letter shows that there were 14 members of the House on record as opposing them. The House sanctions in question weren't the […]

“Dialogo” without holding Maduro accountable for the deaths is wrong

(This is my new American Thinker post about Venezuela) There are talks underway in Venezuela, as reported by The Washington Post: "Venezuelan opposition leaders began a late-night meeting with President Nicolás Maduro and his cabinet Thursday in a possible first step toward ending two months of anti-government protests and street clashes that have left at least […]

The NYTimes should have spoken with the bishops before publishing Maduro’s Op Ed

My American Thinker post about The New York Times, President Maduro's Op-ed & the bishops in Caracas. In 48 hours, we've seen two rather different assessments of the situation in Venezuela. First, The NY Times opened its editorial page to President Maduro by publishing "A call for peace."  As I posted yesterday at Babalu, this op-ed […]

The New York Times should be embarrassed for printing Maduro’s op-ed

Let's file this one under the "no tiene nombre" category.  We've seen The New York Times print a lot of weird things over the years but this one is beyond belief. Today, The NY Times published an op-ed by Mr Nicolas Maduro and it's embarrassing. Here are a couple of samples: 1) The post is […]

“Los jovenes” are the face of the anti-Maduro movement

My new American Thinker post about young people and Venezuela: "Over the last month, I've seen pictures and videos about the demonstrations in Venezuela.  I am really impressed by the young people, from students to professionals to parents with small children. Just saw the story of Juan Requesens, a student who is the middle of […]