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On January 22, 1932, the El Salvadoran military began what became known as La Matanza, or the Salvadoran Peasant Massacre, after Pipils in western El Salvador rose up against their oppression. Over the next five months, the military would murder upwards of 40,000 people in the western part of the nation, as well as some […]
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As we discussed the other day, we don’t really know what the heck is going with the Zika virus. We do know that it is causing a variety of health problems in different places that are very bad. The most prominent is microcephaly, where babies are born with exceptionally small heads. If this is as […]

Robert White, RIP

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On January 17, 2015

Getting my Ph.D. at the University of New Mexico, I became deeply exposed to the Latin American left and its American supporters. Mostly this was good, but one of the arguments I was never comfortable

El Salvador’s War on Women

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On October 1, 2014
For Republicans, Central American nations’ treatment of women is no doubt a model, not a problem: It is a war against women and girls that is documented in Amnesty International’s new report, On the Brink of Death: Violence against Women and the Abortion Ban in El Salvador. 

 The report illustrates how a change in […]
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