“The Cuban government shouldn’t be responding to this desperate complaint with its usual slogans, repeated year in and year out.”
If we sat for a moment in the presidential chair to determine an order of priorities in the face of the very critical situation that Cuba is experiencing
I’d like to share with you what I experienced in recent days. When I saw the town of San Antonio de los Baños stand up to authoritarianism.
If Ortega does not allow free elections, the international community needs to impose rigorous sanctions on his government.
The tension in the air here can be cut with a knife. Everywhere there are police, military & civilian gov. supporters with improvised clubs.
The protests of July 11th showed that the Cuban people no longer belong to the Communist Party and were willing to take to the streets…
The term used to characterize the Ortega-Murillo rule in Nicaragua has gone from government to regime to dictatorship. Read why…
After the popular uprising that took place last weekend in Cuba, Cubans living abroad turned their eyes to the President of the United States
The right of journalists, both foreign and domestic, to exercise their professional responsibilities is being flagrantly violated in Cuba.
Ortega and Murillo are examples of one-time revolutionaries who hide behind their rhetoric as they abandon service to achieve personal gain.