UN Security Council Rejects U.S., Russia Resolutions On Venezuela

A demonstrator holds a Venezuelan flag on the bridge in Urena, Venezuela, on the border with Colombia. The UN Security Council has rejected rival resolutions on the crisis in Venezuela presented by the United States and Russia. The United States … Read More

Venezuela military ‘on alert’ as it closes borders to aid

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The military is preparing to enforce border closures to prevent aid from entering Venezuela. Soldiers have remained loyal to President Nicolas Maduro, despite efforts from Juan Guaido to bring the army to his side. Venezuela’s military is “on alert” against … Read More

Russia: Venezuela hasn’t asked for military assistance

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MOSCOW (AP) – A senior Russian diplomat says Venezuela hasn’t asked Russia for military assistance amid the South American country’s political crisis. Alexander Shchetinin, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Latin America department, said Monday that Moscow hasn’t received … Read More

Democrats now pushing many of the same socialist policies that destroyed Venezuela

Protests against the Nicolas Maduro regime in Caracas, Venezuela on Wednesday, Jan 23 2019 (Fox News) Venezuela is once again in a state of economic and political chaos. Juan Guaido – Venezuela’s charismatic opposition leader and head of the country’s National Assembly – … Read More

Pompeo calls for kicking Venezuela out of OAS and more sanctions

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday called for Venezuela to be suspended from the Organization of American States for crushing democracy and causing a humanitarian crisis that has driven millions of people from the country. Pompeo’s remarks at the opening … Read More

Children are starving under Socialism

Today’s New York Times has a long article, replete with photographs, on starving children in Venezuela. The situation is grim: Hunger has stalked Venezuela for years. Now, it is killing the nation’s children at an alarming rate, doctors in the country’s public … Read More