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THE PEGASUS FILE

by David G. Guyatt A former CIA deep-cover agent turns whistleblower at great risk. His shocking allegations expose powerful names controlling the international drug trade in very high places. Part 1 Vietnam Special Forces Air Combat Controller; 25-year CIA deep-cover agent; US Army pilot flying classified missions during the US invasion of Grenada; Iran-Contra pilot flying cocaine shipments labelled as medical supplies; and member...

No Favors for Cutting in Line!

This damn caravan of migrants irks me. Why? Because I had to wait in line in the system to get a visa for my son who was born in Colombia and his mother. It took 2 years and cost around $5,000 for the two of them. I worked 3 jobs to get the money to get their visas. And...

To Serve or Not to Serve – The Matt Whitaker Delimma

Unsuccessful in their attempt to pressure Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker into recusing himself from overseeing the Mueller Probe, the Democrats argued Whitaker’s appointment was unconstitutional under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act. Unfortunately for them, the DOJ shot down that contention as well. Ever resourceful, Democrats have a new plan to vanquish their newest enemy. Liberal watchdog group, American Oversight...

ECUADOR – HOME OF THE MARLIN BOULEVARD

Born and raised on the Gulf Coast of Florida in St. Petersburg, I had three passions. Hunting, Fishing, and Skiing. So naturally when the opportunity came up to buy a Marina along what is famously known as Marlin Boulevard, I jumped at the opportunity.     Puerto Amistad (Friendly Port) is located on the Pacific coast of Ecuador on a small   protected bay...

Perhaps Military Intervention to Help the Venezuelan People is Just Around the Corner

Canada, Latin American allies at odds over Venezuela intervention pledge Canada joins the U.S. and two countries bordering Venezuela, Colombia and Guyana in considering a military option to the Venezuelan peoples crisis. Canada broke ranks this week with the majority of a group of American nations it helped to create to deal with the spiraling crisis in Venezuela. And although Canada's refusal...

Ecuador Special – Part 5 of 5

This was published in December of 2017. The recovery has been slow but steady. The devestation of the Ecuador earthquake By: Lori Lizarraga Updated: Dec 21, 2017 08:34 AM PST By now 20 months have passed since that day in April. “I always believe that there is hope after something like this,” said Rodolfo Arce with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe. “I hope that families will become...

Ecuador Special – Part 4 of 5

The devestation of the Ecuador earthquake By: Lori Lizarraga Updated: Dec 21, 2017 08:34 AM PST In April of 2016, one year following the earthquake, I went back. I wasn't sure what I would find. Of course, I hoped for improvement. I was shocked at what I saw. “I recently went to Pedernales, it's two hours up the coast,” said Petter Hermansson, a missionary with...

Ecuador Special – Part 3 of 5

The devestation of the Ecuador earthquake By: Lori Lizarraga Updated: Dec 21, 2017 08:34 AM PST A week after the earthquake, the death toll had risen to more than 600 and was still climbing. “I think we had some 1,500 patients. 1,500 people get attended by the medics,” said Petter Hermansson, a missionary with Covenant Church of Ecuador. I did what I could to help, raising...

The Venezuelan Dilemma

Last week, the New York Times reported that the Trump administration had held a series of meetings with elements of the Venezuelan military who are considering an attempt to depose President Nicolas Maduro. These revelations have intensified the debate over whether the United States should intervene militarily in Venezuela. Most analysts covering the country have come out strongly against a U.S.-backed coup, arguing that...

Venezuela – An American Tragedy

I’ve been asked to explain what I know of the current situation in Venezuela. To do that I need to go back to pre 19th century Venezuela and a little about the people. After all, it is the people that make a country a country. Without its citizens it is simply a habitat. Most of Venezuela was ruled by Spain...

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