Political commentary is not my intuitive arena. However, my time spent in Venezuela – though long ago – was a transforming experience in my life. This fact compels me to express my view of the situation in what was once a free nation. It was far from perfect, as are all such nations. But it was a paradise by comparison to what is left of it – and more so to what it may become if nothing is done.
I will categorize this under “Energy” since that subject is a vital element in the fate of Venezuela. I don’t have a “Politics” category and I’m not sure I want one. The piece was published in American Thinker. Follow the link below.
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