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House Republicans Asked Murder Suspect John McAfee To Testify On Obamacare Website
Republicans on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce have asked ex-fugitive and murder suspect John McAfee to review the HealthCare.gov website, a report said on Monday. Read more...
Newly discovered documents reveal that President Reagan approved Guatemala’s extermination of both leftist guerrillas and their “civilian support mechanisms,” which led to genocide against hundreds of Mayan villages. Read more...
A 7.4-magnitude earthquake shook a mountainous region of Guatemala near the Mexico border Wednesday morning. At least 48 have been reported dead, with a hundred missing and hundreds more injured. The powerful quake impacted all but one Read more...
It's March 8, 1978 - Do You Know Where Your Neutron Bomb Is?
News of the day for March 8, 1978 - Coal Miners Strike hits 93rd day. Prime Minister Begin to Visit Jimmy Carter and continued Middle East Peace Talks. Holland is first NATO ally to reject deployment of Neutron Bomb. Recount going on in Guatemala from Sunday's election, citing mass vote fraud. Hustler Publisher Larry Flynt listed in critical condition after undergoing 2nd surgery from assassination attempt outside of a courthouse in Georgia. Read more...
January 14, 1986 - Terrorists, Rebels And Ventriloquists.
News of the day for January 14, 1986 - Terrorist alerts all over Europe with the threat coming from Palestinians, hot on the heels of the Achille Lauro hi-jacking aftermath. Fighting escalating in Yemen between rebel forces and government troops. David Rockefeller ignites massive protests in Buenos Aires on his visit to the country. The Middle East continues it's skirmish swap and vice-President Bush joins Daniel Ortega at the Inauguration of Guatemalan President Vinicio Cerezo. The Reagan Years. Read more...

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The fate of almost a million lives could be decided in the next six hours.  As a voter, as a millenial, as a migrant, as a Guatemalan, I'm writing to say that I will be watching along with the vast majority of those who will determine the Read more...
Our Latin American Excursions Past - Guatemala - 1954
(John Foster Dulles - it had nothing to do with fruit . . .much) When a coup overthrew the popularly-elected leftist government in Guatemala in Jun Read more...