Election Theft in Honduras

By Rick Sterling updated on December 4, 2017 Honduras is in crisis. The national election took place on Sunday 26 November. Results posted that night showed the challenger Salvador Nasralla with a 5% lead with 57% of the votes tallied. Then strange things began to happen. After midnight on election night, TSE stopped posting updates…

Read More

Mining and Mangroves, Successes and Challenges in El Salvador

Wednesday, December 13, 6-8:30 PM Snacks and socializing 6-7 PM Presentation 7-8:30 PM Community Media Center of Marin 819 A Street, San Rafael CA 94901 Members of a joint delegation to El Salvador will report on the current situations on the Prohibition on Metallic Mining in the country, a twelve year struggle that began with…

Read More

Trump Doubles Down on Sanctions and Regime Change for Venezuela

By Mark Weisbrot on November 22, 2017 On November 3rd President Maduro of Venezuela proposed a meeting with creditors, for November 13th in Caracas, to discuss a restructuring of Venezuelan public debt. On November 8th, the Trump administration reacted by warning US bondholders that attending this meeting could put them in violation of US economic…

Read More