Mauricio Macri was inaugurated last Thursday as Argentina’s new president. Having created ‘as many problems as possible for the new government’ and behaving as petulantly as usual, Cristina Fernandez skipped the festivities.
If you work for MTV and are planning a helicopter trip, you may want to reconsider.
Las Valkyrias de Bolivia – the women wrestlers of La Paz (I posted on the cholitas a few years ago).
Brazil Senator Sees 2016 Budget Plan With No Primary Surplus. The Brazilian budget proposal for 2016, which could get its final vote in Congress as early as next week, will probably have a fiscal target lower than Finance Minister Joaquim Levy has called for, a senator involved in the budget discussions said.
Police on Friday arrested former conscript to Guillermo Reyes Rammsy, identifying him as the man who made an emotional 25-minute call to a radio program this week. A judge placed him under house arrest.
Moody’s Reaffirms Cuba’s Credit Rating but Changes Outlook to Positive. As the church lady put it,
Forced to Flee Dominican Republic for Haiti, Migrants Land in Limbo
Mexican cartel boss ‘El Chapo’ spent heavily to escape maximum security jail, thereby giving new meaning to “the price of freedom”.
Puerto Rico Governor: We Won’t Make It to 2016 without Bankruptcy. Island Bigwigs Dismiss Concerns over Waste, Seek DC Approval for “Restructuring”. Capt. Louis could have been Puerto Rican,
Quitting before you start. Two Chavista assembly-members elect have already said they won’t take on the seats they were elected for less than a week ago, preferring their old mayor’s jobs. More may follow.
Not by a long shot, Election loss does not mean the end of socialist Venezuela
En Venezuela ganó otra vez el castrocomunismo. Lo único cierto es que Venezuela seguirá subyugada a los Castro durante muchos años más y seguirá como trinchera continental del par de sátrapas asesinos que buscan desde allí seguir intoxicando a Latinoamérica con la ideología criminal del marxismo