Browsing All posts tagged under »Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez«

The Benefits Of Chavez Socialism In Venezuela

August 15, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Then: Seven years ago a collective of our snowfield socialists – including the ABC’s Phillip Adams, propagandist John Pilger, the Greens’ Kerry Nettle and Kevin Rudd’s nephew Van Thanh Rudd – begged Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez to come teach Australians a lesson: Every country has its own traditions and culture and […]

Reckless And Outrageous: Chavez Heir Accuses U.S. Of Murder

March 6, 2013 by


By Ray Walser ~ The government of Venezuela has announced that Hugo Chavez died this afternoon. His death was not unexpected. What is unexpected is what occurred earlier today. Vice President Nicolas Maduro—Chavez’s heir apparent—informed a televised audience that Chavez was the victim of an attack by his enemies. “We have not a single doubt […]

Arizona Leading The March Back To Sovereignty

May 28, 2010 by


By Peter Huessy Arizona’s new immigration law is a copy of a 1940 Federal statute requiring non-citizens to show their papers. It allows local and state law enforcement to join in the fight to stop illegal immigration. Open border advocates are opposed. So-called civil libertarians are aghast. Why? It is simple. If local and state […]

The Jews Of Venezuela

May 25, 2010 by


By Alan Caruba A few days ago a friend linked me to a video about the Jews of Venezuela which I posted on my blog because, as a student of history, I know that whatever first happens to Jews anywhere eventually happens in a similar fashion to people everywhere. They lose their freedom and then […]

Obama’s Advisors

April 10, 2010 by


By William Warren See more Cartoons by William Warren, and Great Articles at NetRight Nation Blog

Putting Our Economy In The Hands Of Chavez Fans

December 17, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt TonyfromOz prefaces ….. This post deals with a couple of the interviews taken from one of the Forums. Some World leaders and some other Countries representatives were scheduled to speak as part of the usual UN policy of allowing each Country to say a set piece. Each speaker was given a time […]

Don’t Cry For Me, Venezuela

August 9, 2009 by


Satire by  Shawn Goodwin Forget Argentina, there is a new Broadway heroine on the block: and her name is Venezuela. While it is possible that some enterprising young playwright will tell the tale of the oil-rich pseudo-dictatorship, no one in the country will be able to listen to it. To do so there would have […]

El Presidente Obama Es En Fuego

April 26, 2009 by


Satire by Shawn Goodwin. Yes, President Barack Obama is on fire, especially after his highly successful – in his words, anyway – appearance at last week’s Summit of the Americas in Port of Spain, Trinidad. The summit gave Obama the chance to meet and greet several Central and South American leaders, most of whom would […]

Blame America First

April 21, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan. President Obama traveled to Latin America last week and used his world stage, once again, to assure foreign leaders that America is but one culture among many and to apologize for America’s greatness. Expounding on his campaign promise to promote equality, Obama assured America’s foes that the United States is no better than […]

What’s He Got?

March 15, 2009 by


Andrew Bolt TonyfromOz prefaces ….. Remember during the election how Joe Biden said that, if elected, Obama could be tested by foreign powers. Are these the first few ‘feelers’ being put out? Get the feeling the neophyte president is being tested? Here’s Russia: Russia expressed interest in using Cuban airfields during patrol missions of its […]

Politicians Fiddle While America Burns

March 11, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan As the economy continues its downward spiral and hundreds of thousands join the ranks of the unemployed, Americans may rest easy knowing that our elected officials are hard at work on our behalf. President Obama took time out from pushing his massive spending and tax increase package to announce his new focus on […]

Hugo Chavez – Emperor For Life

February 22, 2009 by


VIVA LA CUCARACHA! Satire by Shawn Goodwin Pity the Venezuelan people. After suffering under the iron fist of an incompetent jackass for over a decade, they had their chance to throw him into the glue factory. Unfortunately for them, Hugo Chávez is the South American Energizer Bunny, and his reign just keeps going, and going. […]

Rachael Ray, Dunkin’ Donuts and the Keffiyeh Kerfuffle

May 28, 2008 by


Rachael Ray, Dunkin’ Donuts and the Keffiyeh Kerfuffle Michelle Malkin I’ve been a fan of Dunkin’ Donuts for years. Their Munchkins are heaven. Their coffee is better and cheaper than Starbucks. And the company’s management has taken a brave and lonely stand in support of immigration enforcement — refusing to hire illegal aliens and blowing […]