Meghan McCain was absolutely right. Socialism has been one, if not the, leading man-made cause of death and misery in human existence.
People who’ve experienced Castroism are far more qualified than the relatively affluent Cuban-Americans who’ve lived far away from the harms of communism.
When you travel to Cuba, hoping to bring your dollars to a struggling people, the struggling people don’t get your dollars.
‘ISIS is committing terror attacks on U.S. soil and the media is treating it as some referendum on the Second Amendment. That’s fake news.’
Let’s hope 2017 isn’t so bad! Ah, well. At least we can hope until 2017 starts and dashes our hopes.
The Federalist Radio Hour explores the history of Cuba and why the media has been praising Castro since his death on Friday.
Fidel Castro’s defunct Escuelas Nacionales de Arte, tuition-free schools for the arts, are emblematic of his failure.
Nature has finally removed from this planet a man so odious and responsible for so much human misery that our common human experience is better for his absence.
Colin Kaepernick’s inane protest doesn’t tell us much. The hypocritical reaction of many on the Left is another story.
Cuba’s Communist Party recently convened, and rather than liberalizing as a consequence of President Obama’s overtures, it has retrenched.
Dissident leader Antonio Rodiles, himself beaten and detained on Monday along with his wife, told me President Obama’s Cuba visit had occasioned ‘a festival of repression.’
Congress doesn’t have to sit on its hands as President Obama reinforces Cuba’s oppressive regime.
Pope Francis defends his Cuba visit and ignores the plight of dissidents.
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