Podcast: The US-Supported ‘Opposition’ in Venezuela & How They Threaten Country’s Democracy

By: Sunday March 2, 2014 10:42 am

Venezuela has been experiencing threats to democracy for the past ten to fifteen years from aristocrats, people of “extreme old wealth,” whose families had traditionally been in power for many generations. But, in recent history, the oligarchs have had to contend with profound disgust toward the reality that Venezuelans from lower classes have had power [...]

The Dissenter’s Picks for the 2013 Oscars

By: Sunday February 24, 2013 12:53 pm

Last year, I made picks here at The Dissenter. I greatly enjoy cinema and make a list of top films that I post every year. Here are some reflections on the films nominated this year. * The front-runners for Best Picture all have facets that lead me to be not particularly excited about the fact [...]

The Dissenter’s Oscar Picks

By: Sunday February 26, 2012 12:51 pm

Over at La Figa, Firedoglake‘s politics, entertainment and pop culture blog, Lisa Derrick will be live blogging the Oscars, including the Red Carpet special. Derrick put up a post yesterday on what she thinks we have to look forward to during the Oscars, hinted at the fact that the “French,” through The Artist, could sweep [...]

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