In 1998, he ran for the presidency of Venezuela as the candidate of Project Venezuela, a national party developing out of Römer's regional Project Carabobo party. Four days before the election, the two main political parties in Venezuela at the time, COPEI and Democratic Action, switched their support to him. In the election, he was runner-up to Hugo Chávez, garnering 40% of the vote in a six-man race.
Six Franciscan provincial archives preserving records and the collective memories of hundreds of Franciscan friars across the country have contributed to this work.
A physician and writer, MO H. SAIDI was born in Iran, moved to the United States in 1969, and became an American citizen in 1975.
Jason Hill is on fire.
Kate Murphy is a Houston, Texas-based journalist who has written for The New York Times, The Economist, Agence France-Presse, and Texas Monthly.
Alex Z. Salinas lives in San Antonio, Texas.
Lt. Col (retired) Dorian R. Williams, Sr. is proudly the Air Force’s first-ever black man to receive a direct commission as an Aerospace Physiologist. Dorian has three master’s degrees and earned his Ph.D.
Paul Yoon is the author of two story collections, Once the Shore
A presentation / discussion / Q+A for people that are interested in thru-hiking or long-distance hiking or that are planning a trip on the Appalachian Trail. And of course people that are just interested in the trip in general and might be curious.