Americas Daily Blog Roundup

Jeff Barry spreads the word about early 20th century Argentine artist, Xul Solar.

Barrio Flores has an excellent post about Bolivian cinema.

Blog de Bolivia seeks to explain Carlos Mesa's increasing popularity [es] as the December general elections approach.

MABB covers former Bolivian president, Gonzalo Sanchez de Lozada's thoughts on both Carlos Mesa and Evo Morales.

Chilean presidential candidate Sebastian Pinera has inspired a long list of thoughtful comments regarding his post on Chilean women in the work place [es].

Both Libardo Buitrago and Fernando Flores [es] write on Chile's relations with China.

Leo Prieto of FayerWayer announces that Hector Vergara has created RSS feeds for seven major Chilean media outlets [es].

Val Prieto of Babalu Blog discusses why he is against lifting the travel restriction to Cuba.

Tim's El Salvador Blog discusses two recently released reports on El Salvador's labor conditions and how things got political during the CAFTA vote.

Isopixel posts a reminder that July 15th marks the first annual Weblogs.Communication Conference in Mexico City [es].

The Peruvian blog, Bitter Sweet Simphony has initiated a storm of commentary over a post (the first in a series, it appears) on gay marriage [es].

Morena discussed the importance of blogs for Latin American politicians [es].

The Devil's Excrement explains the term Magnicidio and why Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez uses it.

Venezuela News and Views gives an incredibly thorough summary of Venezuelan politics in the year 2005. If you ever wanted to clear up any doubts, this is the time and place to do so.

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