Sep 27, 2015

Crickets from White House as Venezuelans Risk All to Throw Out the Chavistas | PJ Tatler

Florida lawmakers are trying to turn the Obama administration's attention toward two weeks of escalating deadly protests in Venezuela, where protesters frustrated with the socialist government have taken to the streets to demand a better country.The late Hugo Chavez's Bolivarian experiment, continued by his handpicked successor Nicolas Maduro, has resulted in an economy in tatters, sky-high...

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