Morgan SmithMorgan SmithOctober 24, 20168min397

In a stunning setback for Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia, Colombian voters narrowly defeated a referendum to approve a treaty between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) Oct. 2. The margin of votes was 53,893 out of 12,808, 858 counted so it was a razor thin loss. The leader of the opposition was Alvaro Uribe, twice president of Colombia (2002 - 2010 ) and the man who, during his presidency broke the back of the FARC and the violence that has consumed the country for more than 50 years, cost 220,000 lives and displaced as many as 5 million people.


Michael ReaganMichael ReaganSeptember 2, 20166min376

Donald Trump actually looked like a statesman in Mexico City Wednesday afternoon. It didn’t matter what he and the president of Mexico talked about. It didn’t even matter if they made a secret handshake deal to split the cost of building the great Wall of Trump.