The situation in Honduras deserves coverage from all of our blogs. In today's edition of the NetRight Daily, I included all the material we posted today on Honduras. MSM reports, such as those coming from CNN, are extremely biased on what is going on. It is our duty to get the true story out. Here are today's top stories on NetRight Nation and other relevant information:
Nothing So Shocking About This Coup: The greatest tourist attraction in Central America has always been politics. Diplomats stop by every few years, take a couple of snapshots of what's going on at the presidential palace, and then profoundly declare their opinions, devoid of context or history. This week's favorite diplotourism destination is Honduras, where the army Sunday arrested President Manuel Zelaya and booted him across the border to Costa Rica. In the Polaroid analysis, it's pretty clear what happened: ''A return to barbarism in our hemisphere,'' as Argentina's president Cristina Fernández put it.
Video: A Tribute to the Heroes of Honduras: This video, made by someone on th eground in Honduras, looks at the peaceful protestors that are standing up against the illegal moves attempted by Zelaya. This is the story that the MSM is not covering on channels like CNN. Please help spread the word on this.
The Barstool Economist - Economic Indicators: The study of economics has been around for over 200 years. And during that time, economists have had about two million theories as to what causes booms and busts. As the pundit George Bernard Shaw once quipped, "If all economists were laid end to end, they'd never reach a conclusion."
The Marx Brothers Find a Fourth: In an ordinary news week, a story about a brewing military coup in one of America's closest neighboring countries would have garnered more attention. However, from Argentinean mistresses to Metro tragedies to pop-star deaths, the past seven days have been anything but an ordinary news week.
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