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Now This is How to Commemorate the 31st Anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution: Ortega Opens New Health and Child Care Facilities

July 19, 2010


I’ll let an email I received earlier today provide the introduction: Today in 1979 Sandinista troops marched into Managua to the triumphant welcome of hundreds of thousands of Nicaraguans overjoyed to be rid of the US-supported Somoza dictatorship. The “revolution of poets” was triumphant. One of the first things the Sandinistas did was launch the […]

After Honduras, Nicaragua? Several Important Articles

April 23, 2010


After Honduras, Nicaragua? Managua, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) The aggressive escalation started in recent days by the anti-Sandinista parties in Nicaragua seems to be part of a more extensive plan, in which this Central American nation is probably considered the most favorable scene for that plot to succeed. In a strategy clearly aimed at fostering […]

HONDURAS: Arias and Insulza Send in “The Cleaner”

October 4, 2009

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NOTE:  This article originally appeared on the HONDURAS OYE! blog, but the editor function on the blog is not working (perhaps, gov’t. gremlins are?) preventing me from doing hotlinks and other really important editing tasks.  Here, the article with hotlinks. In the 1990 film, “La Femme Nikita,” a young heroin addict kills a cop, is […]