Browsing All posts tagged under »Obama Administration Cuba Policy«

Castro’s American Victims

April 8, 2016 by


By Daniel Greenfield ~ In 1972, Ishmael Muslim Ali LaBeet and four other killers walked into the Fountain Valley golf club in the Virgin Islands. They rounded up four Florida tourists and four employees, forced them to kneel on the ground, and opened fire. That was how the Fountain Valley Massacre began. Afterward LaBeet and […]

Business Interests Versus National Interests

April 3, 2016 by


By William R. Hawkins ~ While President Barack Obama was fulfilling the fantasies of every New Left radical to party with the Castro regime and be photographed with a poster of revolutionary icon Che Guevara, I was in Arkansas. There I heard Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson (pictured) call for an end to the trade embargo […]

President Obama Cozies Up To Cuban Dictator

April 23, 2015 by


By Dr. Peter Brookes ~ With the “historic” clasp of hands in Panama City, Panama last week with Raul Castro, President Obama took the next fateful step toward normalizing relations with the Western Hemisphere’s most repressive regime. Seemingly desperate to move beyond a series of foreign policy flubs such as Iraq, Russia and Libya, cozying […]

The Prison Called Cuba

April 21, 2015 by


By Alan Caruba ~ We are told we need to feel sympathy for the Cuban people who have suffered from a U.S. embargo and lack of diplomatic recognition. That ignores a long history of oppression in Cuba no matter who was in charge. Prior to Fidel Castro, Cubans were in the grip of Fulgencio Batista […]

Daily Double: U.S. Caves In To Two Tyrannies In One Afternoon

December 24, 2014 by


By Deroy Murdock ~ Staggering. The United States of America – Earth’s sole remaining superpower – capitulated to both Cuba and North Korea in one day. Final Score: Open-air Museums of Stalinism – 2; Land of the Free and Home of the Brave – 0. Obama announced on Wednesday that Washington and the Castro regime would resume […]

The Cold War Cuban Detritus

December 22, 2014 by


By Alan Caruba ~ When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 the Cold War that had existed between it and the U.S. since the end of World War Two came to an end, but there was ditritus, loose ends like Cuba and it has taken until now for an end to the diplomatic obstacles whose […]