National Review Finally Posts Correction for Fake “Venezuela” Photo After Michelle Malkin Throws Tantrum

Blames “abjectly stupid libs” for the National Review’s screw-up
152Fiasco
6/02/15 8:43:46 pm
I gave the Comments a pretty-good look-see and, I can't believe I'm the only one who noticed...Lowry/NRO has finally fessed-up. His words: "Snafu" is actually an acronym: SNAFU=Situation Normal- All Fucked Up. 'Bout time.

National Review editor Rich Lowry has finally addressed that bogus photo attribution LGF contributor “weave” wrote about on Sunday: Venezuelan Store Shelves-Gate | National Review Online. The image editor adds this weathered look “for effect,” yes — when the effect they’re going for is to make something look dirty and …

Busted! National Review Crops and “Dirties” Photo From Austin Walmart, Claims It Shows “Venezuela”

Alleged pic of empty shelves in Venezuela is actually from a Wal-Mart in the US
568palomino
6/01/15 2:13:02 pm
re: #555 antonk9000 Is anyone here claiming that Venezuela has a good economy? The point is that Sanders doesn't support what NRO calls "Venezuela style socialism". He's an admirer of Scandinavian style democratic socialism which is an entirely different animal. ...

Meanwhile in Venezuela, Maduro Cracks Down on “Los Chuckys”

Cartoon language, real violence
90taserian
3/20/14 6:31:24 am
The "Child's Play" movies are a big thing in many Latin American countries, even after considering they're not much more than B-movie status here. The title doesn't translate well, so they pretty much spoil the plot by titling it "Chucky: ...

Greenwald’s Latest Snowden “Scoop:” US Spying on Latin and South America

340urbanmeemaw
7/10/13 7:04:24 pm
re: #186 Lidane Don't forget Ohio, where draconian abortion restrictions were signed off by Kasich as part of the budget. The measures were not introduced as legislation. Good times.

Snowden and Venezuela: The Real Total Surveillance State

In Venezuela one cannot have any expectation of privacy or free speech
192Dr Lizardo
7/08/13 1:12:29 pm
Here in the Czech Republic, as an English teacher, I'm considered self-employed. I have a živnostensk list - a business license - and I'm responsible for my own taxes, health insurance, etc. The only pain in the butt is taxes, ...