Wednesday, August 09, 2006


by Ken Houghton

I won't go into the wrong-headedness of this article from the Economist of 29 July; their campaign against Venezuela's attempt to balance free trade with having to answer to the vote of the people is disingenuous at best.

Instead, the pull quote for today is:
Cuba's 79-year-old dictator, Fidel Castro, signed a modest trade accord and delivered a rousing speech, quieting rumors that he is too infirm to govern.

And Generalissimo Francisco Franco is Still Dead.
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