If only Venezuela were freed of the dogmatic delusions of their Marxist leadership, the solution to the economic crisis would be obvious, though not painless.
There is no arguing that the drop on Friday was anything other than a rout, and it remains to be seen if the weekend will be long enough to cool the white hot fears of inflation that drove the market stampede in the first place.
So let's deal with the most ridiculous of political melodramas presently unfolding, being crumpled up, and unfolding again on the national stage.
The path beaten between the two political camps has been so harassed, pounded, and flogged that there isn't so much as a hint of a twig or tuft of grassy compromise growing from the bare and tortured rock.
[T]he American conservative has less in common with the Founding Fathers, who contended that the proper amount to take from the people was practically nothing, and more in common with Karl Marx.
At long last, it is time to turn the lights out on the organized labor movement born out of morass of progressive socialist era, corrupted by thuggery of organized crime, and enabled by partisan politics for the better part of the last 50 years.