Who’s Afraid of Venezuela?

The vagueness of the “war on terror” is easily the greatest known-but-hardly-reported scandal of the Bush administration. Words like “terror,” “terrorism,” and “terrorist” have no singular definitions, and Team Bush has added to the confusion with uses that conflict with official U.S. policy. For instance, the State Department’s definition of “terrorism” excludes acts committed by … Continue reading “Who’s Afraid of Venezuela?”