Venezuela Has Become a Place of Great Change but Little Hope

May 8th, 2012

By Dan Miller El Presidente Chávez is probably dying and Fidel Castro has warned about blood (not Chávez’ blood) in the streets. He may well be right, for the wrong reasons. Venezuela became a mess, gradually, after el Presidente Chávez took over the government in 1999. Change came slowly for a few years but eventually […]

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The Latest on el Thugo Chávez

July 2nd, 2011

By Dan Miller There was a Spanish language report in the Venezuelan newspaper el Universal [on June 30], summarized at Fausta’s Blog here, highlighting some of the stories flitting around about el Presidente Chávez and his acknowledgment on June 30th that he is recuperating from cancer treatment — which had previously been denounced as a […]

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El Thugo Continues to Recover in Cuba?

June 22nd, 2011

By Dan Miller Venezuelan President Hugh Chávez, who extended his visit to Cuba on June 8 for surgery there, is still there despite claims that he would return in a “few days.”  Since June 8, his cadenas — lengthy, frequent and mandatory broadcasts on all Venezuelan media — have ceased and he made only one […]

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