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January 25, 2007 ... may result in a suspension of license for up to 72 hours when messages transmitted are intended to: incite war, ...
April 13, 2007 The Wall Street Journal and New York Times regularly attack two Latin American leaders unwilling to surrender their nations' sovereignty to that of the U.S. The attacks are not working as the spirit of social democracy proves it can trump the Washington Consensus.
June 12, 2007 She's at it again on the Journal's editorial page in her June 4 article called "The Young and the Restless," subtitled "Is this the beginning of the end for Hugo Chavez?" The writer is self-styled Latin American expert Mary Anastasia O'Grady always getting top grades in vilification and disinformation but failing ones on regional knowledge and legitimate journalism.
June 20, 2007 The New York Times has an ugly record bashing Hugo Chavez since he was elected with a mandate to make participatory social democracy the cornerstone of his presidency. That's anathema to Washington and its chief media ally, the New York Times.
December 10, 2007 For now, corporate media gloaters have center stage and aren't quoting OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza's comment that "Quite a few myths on the Venezuelan democracy are falling down. It works like all democracies....I hope the US government can acknowledge, as all of us, that it was a fair, clean process."