After last week’s Carnival got postponed due to hurricane damage, the Carnival is back, on Labor Day!
This week’s featured article is on the Cuban Communist regime’s war on freedom: Castro vs. the Ladies in White
Rocks, iron bars and sticks are no match for the gladiolas and courage of these peaceful Cuban protesters.
Brush fires in Argentina: No logran controlar varios focos de incendio en Córdoba
El gobierno provincial combate las llamas en la zona de Punilla y en Traslasierra, pero no consigue extinguir las llamas
Argentina Debates Foreign Land Buys
China tries to win over Brazilian consumers
Fiscal tightening, monetary loosening
Are Tax Havens Moral or Immoral?
Chile: All 21 aboard crashed military plane died
Brazil and Colombia
Less far apart
A wary friendship begins
Hezbollah in Cuba for Attacks on Israeli Targets in the Americas
Cuba’s Terror Smoking Gun
Blogger sends uncensored news to Cuban cell phones
A Spanish blogger said the Cuban government cannot block or censor texts he’s sending to cell phones on the island.
Hello USA: Was it really 47 years ago?
Alan Gross: An American Prisoner in Cuba
The Castro government should not receive any concessions until USAID worker Alan Gross is released.
Castro regime marks another Sunday of repression
As Refugees From Haiti Linger, Dominicans’ Good Will Fades
Chevron says rule of law no longer exists in Ecuador
Jamaican Kingpin Pleads Guilty in New York
GunWalker Cover-Up Comes Apart At The Seams, and White House Cover-up Makes Continuation of Fast and Furious Investigation Imperative
More Confusion, Now From the F.T.
Mexico Sets Guinness Record for Largest Folk Dance Performance
Not surprisingly, Casino arson massacre in Mexico may be rooted in corruption
Fox’s “plan” in Mexico
The Rise of the Cult of Death
The origins of the Santa Muerte are a mystery even to adherents.
Panama’s ruling alliance is dead
Sunday Morning in the Park
Peru’s new government
Mining and the man
A calm start for Humala. Mining, in the hands of a culture minister who’s a singer – what could go wrong?
Puerto Rico businessman accused in $7M money laundering case
Ronald Fernandez, Scholar on Plight of Puerto Ricans, Dies at 67
The Fonden Papers Part V: More Information Suddenly Available
The week’s posts,
New rumors on Fidel Castro
Tuesday night tango: 2011 Salon world championships