Tag Archives: Mary Anastasia O’Grady

Leftist Administration gets an election year fix

Lefties in the Obama Administration [redundant?] are no doubt constrained by reelection efforts, so at this stage they are reduced to using visas as a way expressing their solidarity with all things on the left. The Wall Street Journal’s Mary … Continue reading

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Leaders Who Believe In Free-Markets

The WSJ’s great Mary Anastasia O’Grady reports on one country’s efforts to create free-market oriented cities. The country has leaders who make the type of statements noted below. Leader 1 – What I love about the concept is two things. … Continue reading

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Cuba: Those Who Speak Outand the Catholic Cardinal Who Won’t

Every now and then, someone in the political arena make a point so seemingly simple and effective, you wonder how the other side can rebut it. I thought that the WSJ columnist, Mary Anastasia O’Grady, made one in addressing the … Continue reading

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Realpolitik or Rationalizing a Lack of Nerve?

The WSJ’s Mary Anastasia O’Grady highlights the moral cowardice of Latin American leaders. Mexican President Felipe Calderón wore a broad smile as he warmly greeted Cuba’s Raúl Castro at the Rio Group summit on the posh Mexican Riviera last week. … Continue reading

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Houduran Policy Failure: Lack of Imagination?

I had earlier posts which pointed out absurdity of the Obama administration getting tough with Honduras while appeasing Iran and how they were in effect advocating that Hondurans, who opposed the Zelaya and Chavez efforts to undermine their democracy, should … Continue reading

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Hondurans of Faith: Into the Breech

I watched HBO’s ‘Into the Storm‘ over the weekend. The film is a historical drama about British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill during World War II. The part of the film which presented the dilemma facing Churchill as to whether … Continue reading

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The Charmin(g) Presidency?

Sorry, I meant Charming, but couldn’t get the strike through effect in the title. The new and inexperienced US President was tested recently. Barack Obama proved to be true to his roots. He reactions were Hyde Park through and through. … Continue reading

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Pero Che, say it ain’t So-derbergh

The film director of the Ocean’s movie series thinks profits are a bad thing. What’s next, ‘Spielberg denounces move away from realism!’ Jeez, no wonder Andy looked upset. For those interested in seeing the truth about the Cuban regime exposed, … Continue reading

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