Opinion by Jeb Blount
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – I’ve rarely been as depressed about Brazil’s future as I was watching the giant Brazil-wide protests May 30th against Brazilian President Michel Temer.
On the surface at least, the rallies were a popular call for the removal of an obviously corrupt president and a damned good reason to forego a quiet Sunday for an angry march.
The outrage at Temer follows the Supreme Court’s release . . .