Today’s podcast: Honduras’s bold move to defend its democracy

Today’s podcast at 11AM Eastern: The Honduran government sends its president on a permanent vacation; by doing so, they saved their democracy.

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One Response to “Today’s podcast: Honduras’s bold move to defend its democracy”

  1. Paula Callejas-Lynn Says:

    Mary O’Grady’s article is the best I have read so far on this matter. Zelaya is a dictator in the making just like his role model Chavez. Zelaya does not want democracy, he wants to keep in power indefinitely like Castro did and Chavez will do. He came to the Presidency without monetary means, now he has millions partly stolen from the Honduran people and partly given to him by Chavez to promote his ideas.