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Excuse for today’s Cadena Nacional: The launch of the ARSAT-2 satellite.

Real reason for today’s Cadena National: The launch of the ARSAT-2 satellite.

Wait. What?

Yes. While some may find it hard to believe, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner behaved …

British newspaper The Telegraph balked at President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s silence on the Malvinas issue during her eight and final UN General Assembly address last night, after having criticized her commenting on the islands’ sovereignty at each prior

Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri and A New Alternative (UNA) candidate Sergio Massa have made claims that Daniel Scioli declined his invitation to the first ever Argentine presidential debate because Cristina Fernández de Kirchner told him to. 

As we all know

Cambiemos candidate Mauricio Macri and A New Alternative (UNA) candidate Sergio Massa have made claims that Daniel Scioli declined his invitation to the first ever Argentine presidential debate because Cristina Fernández de Kirchner told him to. 

As we all know

Our favorite ultra-Kirchnerite, bigot and anti-Semite Luis D’Elía is at it again, this time turning to racial slurs to rile us up: yesterday, the former sub-secretary of housing referred to an photo of the Pope, dressed in white, standing between

Our favorite ultra-Kirchnerite, bigot and anti-Semite Luis D’Elía is at it again, this time turning to racial slurs to rile us up: yesterday, the former sub-secretary of housing referred to an photo of the Pope, dressed in white, standing between

Excuse for today’s Cadena Nacional: A children’s hospital is getting a new building in Misiones.

Real reason for today’s Cadena Nacional: Criticizing Mauricio Macri, Porteños and the middle class.

After so many Cadenas this year, it looks like President Cristina …

Hell hath no fury like a Cristina scorned.

She may have been in a good mood two days ago during the last Cadena Nacional, but today that all when away fast. Speaking from La Matanza, in the Greater Buenos …

What do you know. Sometimes Cristina and I can agree on stuff and that’s great.

Yesterday the President took to the airwaves to put an end to the Tucumán controversy and tell the political opposition that sometimes you lose and …

Wait, wait!

First of all, let me do this victory dance:

Yay! Argentina may be losing the battle against Judge Griesa and the Vulture Funds, but the world appears to be winning the war against usury and loan sharks (?).…