Category Archives: Cuba

Castro Brothers To Sue Over H.R. 4645 Debacle

The news Tuesday from the House Foreign Affairs Committee was just too much to bear. Yesterday, the Castro brothers, on behalf of the Cuban government, filed suit in the United States Federal District Court of Connecticut yesterday alleging gross negligence … Continue reading

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Miami Herald Editorial Board vs Sarah Stephens

The Miami Herald is no apologist for the Castro regime, Sarah Stephens is. For a while now, I find myself in complete agreement with the Miami Herald editorials about Cuba. Here is what they wrote today about the recent pronouncements … Continue reading

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Cuban Catholic Hierarchy: Wheat or Chafe?

Please read the recent post by Robert Molleda over at his Searching for Signs blog. I agree with Robert’s thoughts on the topic of the failure of the ‘Cuban Ecclesiastical Hierarchy.’ It is tempting to compare this ongoing failure of … Continue reading

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Cuba: Those Who Speak Outand the Catholic Cardinal Who Won’t

Every now and then, someone in the political arena make a point so seemingly simple and effective, you wonder how the other side can rebut it. I thought that the WSJ columnist, Mary Anastasia O’Grady, made one in addressing the … Continue reading

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The Moral Relativism of the DeWolf Perry Family

James DeWolf Perry VI – a Harvard University Ph.D. candidate concentrating on the Rhode Island slave trade – traveled to Cuba recently and saw “pure evil.” Alas, it had nothing to do with the Castro regime’s treatment of political dissidents … Continue reading

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The Estefan’s Crossover Timing

January 2010: Scene at the Washington offices of Smooth & Glib Consultants, LLP [formerly the Academy of Tobacco Studies]. Gloria Estefan: Look, I don’t care how this gets done, but I want it done. If I ever have to ask … Continue reading

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Apologists for repressive regimes

In the thankless world of apologists for repressive regimes, the cradle to grave dedication of the New York Times to the Castro [Barabbas?] dictatorship is something to read [Behold the Apologists?]. Gray Lady meet Pontius Pilate, the most egregious example … Continue reading

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Marching For Freedom In Cuba On SW 8th Street

Update Mar 27: Click to see the fair Washington Post article about the march. Practically every person of Cuban descent fortunate enough to be living in the United States hopes and fears the following about the latest turmoil in Cuba: … Continue reading

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Realpolitik or Rationalizing a Lack of Nerve?

The WSJ’s Mary Anastasia O’Grady highlights the moral cowardice of Latin American leaders. Mexican President Felipe Calderón wore a broad smile as he warmly greeted Cuba’s Raúl Castro at the Rio Group summit on the posh Mexican Riviera last week. … Continue reading

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History has not absolved them, neither should we

Below is a list — largely courtesy of Humberto Fontova and Glenn Garvin articles — of famous people with documented sympathy for evil as opposed to people like Orlando Zapata Tamayo. I don’t bother to ask how they can say … Continue reading

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