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Venezuelan leaders welcome new U.S. sanctions, say Washington’s role is pivotal

As the political crisis in Venezuela intensifies by the day, sinking it further into social and financial turmoil, a group of U.S. senators is filing legislation on Wednesday toughening sanctions against corrupt officials and providing financial assistance to the starving country.

The bill would provide $10 million in humanitarian aid, require the State Department to coordinate a regional effort to ease the crisis, and ask U.S. intelligence to report on the involvement of Venezuelan government officials in corruption and the drug trade.

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As ISIS terror threat grows, Obama’s top regret is not closing Guantanamo

“I think I would have closed Guantanamo on the first day.”  

Who uttered those words this week? It wasn’t a liberal blogger or a radio talk show host.

Nope. Those are the words of our commander-in-chief responding to seventh grader Laura Winfrey’s question after a speech in Cleveland. Winfrey asked, “if you could go back to the first day of your first term and the first day of your second term, what advice would you give yourself?”

“I would have closed Guantanamo on the first day,” he said…. (more…)