Jay Dyer | Is there more to the Castro story than merely being a polarizing figure? Why does the mainstream narrative only offer two views of this important historical figure? What about the role of the CFR in relation to Latin American Cold War operations?
Juan Forero Washington Post CARACAS, Venezuela — Fighting for his political life, President Hugo Chavez overcame a vigorous challenge by Henrique Capriles in Sunday’s presidential election, receiving another six-year term that will give the populist firebrand the opportunity to complete the consolidation of what he calls 21st century socialism in one of the world’s great […]
Andrew McKillop | While Venezuelan paper dollar assets can easily be frozen, this does not apply to metallic gold.
Dip buying of anything except gold, that is. Bloomberg August 18, 2011 Gold surged to records in New York and London as mounting concern about debt crises and slower economic growth spurred investors to sell equities and seek the perceived safety of bullion and Treasuries. Stock indexes fell 2 percent or more across most major […]