Anticipation over a multiday San Francisco visit by the niece of Fidel Castro has thrust The City into U.S. presidential election politics while stirring up some classic fears of communist infiltration. Read More
Well, it's official. If this monster is threatened by it, the Tea Party can't be all bad:
Speaking to a group of students visiting Havana, former Cuban leader Fidel Castro accused the Tea Party of leading the United States towards "fascism."
In his comments, Castro chided the United States as a "ruined nation" and derided the Tea Party as "extreme right." Read More
After years of sending homosexuals to reeducation camps where they performed hard labor (and presumably learned about the Read More
Hard to believe that it’s been a quarter of a century since “Buenas dias Cuba” started off Radio Marti’s first broadcast to Cuba. The all-news station and its sister TV and Internet outlets have been broadcasting news to a country Freedom House ranks as one of the 10 countries with the most restrictive media environments – and one of the 10 worst for bloggers. Read More