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Latest Hugo Chávez Items
While President Obama has put our national defense on the chopping block, Russia and China have increased their military spending and buildup of armed forces.
The Colombian singer Shakira says she learned after the fact that one of six guitars she signed at a concert in Venezuela made its way to President Hugo Chavez.
Hugo Chavez is getting a journalism award in Argentina.
A senior member of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's party said Monday that the U.S. and its European allies intervened in Libya so that they could confiscate $200 billion of frozen Gadhafi family assets to save their economies.
The Middle East is experiencing one of its periodic convulsions and, as day follows night, tsunamis follow earthquakes and trouble follows Lindsay Lohan, America's chattering classes have renewed talk about "energy independence." America's reliance upon "foreign" oil is said to be undesirable. Why? Because it makes us vulnerable to Arab oil embargoes, anti-American crackpots like Moammar Gadhafi and Hugo Chavez, and madmen bent upon acquiring nuclear weapons and dominating the Persian Gulf oil fields.
As Col. Moammar Gadhafi finds himself increasingly isolated internationally, he still has at least a few friends far away.
Democrats are the Forrest Gump of American politics. They've taken to heart the advice Jenny gave him right before he deployed to war: "Just, if you're ever in trouble, don't try to be brave, you just run, OK? Just run away."
Obamacare is living on borrowed time, and even its most ardent supporters are beginning to realize it. That's why they're racing to implement - and entrench - as much of the plan as possible before the laws of economics and the laws of the land and voters catch up. They're like a deadbeat renter starting a remodeling project after being evicted but before the police escort them from the premises in hopes that it gives them squatter's rights. Meanwhile, two unrelated but devastating events have caused the ground to shake beneath the feet of Obamacare supporters.
President Hugo Chavez said Sunday that he has no intention of ceasing his efforts to make Venezuela a socialist country, and he expressed confidence that his allies would take the reins of his "Bolivarian Revolution" if he died or decided to step down.