POLITICS, SOCIETY & CULTURE
Cardbox Coffins: That’s What Venezuelans Can Afford to Bury Their Dead
According to report by several news sources, in Venezuela, the poor can no longer afford wooden coffins and are burying their dead in card box coffins.
Nicolas Maduro’s nephews have admitted to drug-trafficking in partnership with the FARC
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s nephews have admitted to drug-trafficking in partnership with the FARC, according to news report by El Nuevo Herald: http://www.elnuevoherald.com/noticias/mundo/america-latina/venezuela-es/article91491757.html
A Good Fight: The Political Journey of David Horowitz
David Horowitz is a political thinker and cultural critic who enjoys challenging leftist shibboleths. His main contribution to contemporary political discourse is a passionate commitment to an outspoken, unabashed, myth-breaking version of conservatism. If communism was the triumph of mendaciousness, he argues in this poignant collection of writings, conservatism cannot accept the proliferation of self-serving […]
What is a Dollar?
Dr. Edwin Vieira, IAI’s Distinguished Senior Fellow in Jurisprudence and Constitutional and Monetary Law, lectures on the nature of currency.
35,000 Venezuelans Cross the Border With Colombia Escaping Economic Crisis
Last Sunday, July 10, 2016, Nicolás Maduro opened the borders and the result was a mass exodus to Colombia. Venezuelans crossed the border to buy food and supplies in order to escape Venezuela’s Socialist Paradise crisis. See reports by Al-Jazeera and PanamPost.
Jeffrey Nyquist, Olavo de Carvalho, and Diana West Talk About Communist Subversion in Latin America
Diana West, author of American Betrayal, Jeffrey Nyquist, author of Origins of the Fourth World War, and Olavo de Carvalho, Brazilian philosopher who authored a dozen books in Brazil and debated Russian geopolitical strategist Aleksandr Dugin, join Allan dos Santos, host of Update Brazil, to talk about the Communist Subversion in Latin America.
Dilmish 101: Crash Course on the Brazilian President’s Dilma Rousseff’s Speech Style
Note: The quotes from President Dilma’s speeches were carefully translated from the Portuguese. What you are going to read is, unfortunately, an accurate rendition of her words and meaning (or lack thereof). n a speech delivered last April, former Brazilian President Luís Inácio Lula da Silva (2003-2011), manifesting his support for his successor, President Dilma […]
Brazilians Take it to the Streets and Say: “Go Away, Left. This is not Cuba.”
See video footage, for the first time translated into English, of the Brazilian popular demonstrations against the Workers’ Party and its power structure. hat you are going to watch below is a raw video footage of one of the many demonstrations that have happened in Brazil in the last two years. The 2015 March 15 […]
An Anti-Marxist Revolution in Brazil?
In an article published on FrontpageMag.com, Vladimir Tismaneanu, fellow of the Inter-American Institute, examines the recent popular demonstration against the Brazilian Workers’ Party and the São Paulo Forum. n recent weeks and months, we have been flooded with news about the Syriza “miracle,” about how the Greek leftists will manage to pull the country […]
The Triumph of Cultural Marxism: a TV Interview with Olavo de Carvalho
The anti-communist Brazilian writer and philosopher Olavo de Carvalho describes the advance of the world communist movement and what the free world, including the USA and Israel, can do to save their countries. “The United States is becoming Marxist,” he warns. Topics include (1) the Anti-American left,the Sao Paulo Forum, and the “collapse” of communism […]