The Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean

More Havana than Havanna

Les Argentins ressortent les casseroles contre Cristina Kirchner

Colombia Gambles on Talks With the FARC
President Manuel Santos seeks an end to five decades of terrorist violence. The question is, at what price?
Meanwhile, FARC Rebels Step up Attacks on Colombia Energy Targets

Colombian Navy Seizes Ton of Cocaine

Pacific Rubiales’ capture of Colombian mass media continues

Bitter grounds
The woes of coffee farmers

Suddenly, His Holiness seems to care about certain things he ignored in Castrolandia

Indecision time
Never rapid, Raúl Castro’s reforms seem to be stalling
. You don’t say!

Scathing Fast & Furious IG Report Imminent?

Mexico Nabs Gulf Cartel Boss
The Latest Coup by the Country’s Navy Is Likely to Intensify the Turf War With Rival Zeta Cartel
; Map: Drug crime in Mexico.

Middle-class Mexicans snap up more products ‘Made in USA’ (h/t Instapundit)

The Great Egg Crisis hits Mexico

Peru won’t negotiate with rebels like Colombia – Humala

Talisman in Peru (or not)

Puerto Rican Woman Charged with Embezzling Funds

Bolivarian Mango Peel

Venezuela: Profligacy puts Chávez’s dream at risk

Tiempos de Dictadura: A great Venezuelan documentary

A Horrifying Video About Crime And Violence In Venezuela

The week’s posts:
EPA glorifies mass murderer Che on “Hispanic Heritage Month”

Mexico Extradites to USA San Jose Mosque Imam connected to Hezbollah

Venezuela Frees U.S. Ship And Crew


2 Responses to “The Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean”

  1. Gringo Says:

    Venezuela: Profligacy puts Chávez’s dream at risk

    Contrary to what the title claims, Thugo’s dream is neither a prosperous Venezuela nor a well-run PDVSA. Thugo’s dream is simply to rule Venezuela for the next 30 years. If the country becomes impoverished as a result of his rule, no problem for Thugo, as long as he can maintain himself in power. After all the Yanquis de Mierda can be blamed for any problem.

  2. Fausta Says:

    You’re absolutely right, Gringo. Every thing Chavez does only serves 1 purpose: to consolidate power around himself.