Vassalage and political bipolarity

Regarding the Russian genocide in Ukraine, the dictatorships of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba have justified these criminal acts, which include the bombing of schools, hospitals, homes and factories, cutting off water and electricity supplies, blocking roads so that food does not enter and medicines, exodus of six million people and murder of civilians, including a…

Sweden and Finland will join NATO

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave the sensational news. On Wednesday 11, he traveled to Sweden and Finland and signed mutual support agreements with both countries. That support includes war, in which the British are great experts. The ‘all for one and one for all’ works again as in the books of The Three Musketeers.…

Is abortion a right?

Time passes, but we do not realize it. In 1974, a group of 25 lawyers never ceased to be amazed at the system of laws under which the United States had been built. We were French, Polish, Brazilian, Argentine, Colombian, Italian, Belgian, Dutch, Mexican, Chilean, German, Spanish and 2 Venezuelans, Luis Cova Arria, the first…

Ukraine and its successful resistance

Nothing or almost nothing that was anticipated for Russian Victory Day was fulfilled. It may be that international analysts have not been very accurate with Putin, but the parade was made without major announcements and without the display of new weapons. That was the great surprise, that there were no surprises, since in other countries…

Ukraine and our Second Amendment

The Russian invasion of Ukraine should serve to remind us of the wisdom and foresight the American Founding Fathers demonstrated drafting the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be…