Humberto Fontova holds an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Tulane University and is the author of four books including his latest, The Longest Romance; The Mainstream Media and Fidel Castro. For more information and for video clips of his Television and college speaking appearances please visit www.hfontova.com.
Rafael Alejandro Hernndez is a young Cuban lawyer living in Mexico who knows from firsthand experience what migrants to Mexico go through. Last week he unloaded on Jorge Ramos.
A long time ago in a place far, far away the same Univision who boasts Jorge Ramos as their Walter Cronkite tried blackmailing Senator Marco Rubio into an interview. Will today's front-runner for the Republican nomination get a similar treatment?
The first time Castro leaves Cuba for any nation we have extradition treaties with, he should be detained, arrested and extradited to the U.S. for indictment and trial on charges of murder and terrorism.
(We won the war! Raul Castro, reacting to President Obamas announcement, Dec. 20, 2014.) (The US and Cuba are no longer enemies or rivals but neighbors. And it is time to let the world know that, we wish each other well. Sec. of State John Kerry as the U.S. flag was raised in Havana, Aug, 14, 2015.)
The stake is up, the torch is lit, and the wood is drenched with kerosene. As the crowd forms, the popcorn and beer (actually sushi and Chardonnay for this crowd) vendors set up shop. The excited crowd cranes its neck, looks around, shields their eyes for a better view.
Take Time Magazine (please!) no, seriously. Lets use Time as an exemplar of the mainstream media. Theyve run seven stories on the slaughter (their term) of Cecil the Lion by Dr. Walter Palmer.
Granted, Obama administration spokespersons and the mainstream media (but I repeat myself) describe this weeks event differently than does this column title. Something about a Cuban embassy formally opening? in Washington, D.C. ? If I read these things correctly?
The human rights activist mentioned in this column title is also a Presidential Medal of Freedom winner. More fascinatingly still, hes also black. Even more amazingly, hes a foreign Latino human rights-activist from a nation where recent polls show over half the residents craving to emigrate to the U.S.
While liberals applaud how the smiling, slobbering, tail-wagging Obama recently rolled-over yet again for Raul Castro (plan to open U.S. embassy) Cuba-watchers remind thatyes, though the Caitlyn Jenner saga is certainly fascinatingthe U.S. Constitution is again being trashed.
This week Wal-Mart announced they were yanking all items bearing the Confederate flag from their shelves.
With a little help from her friendly Dad (Paul) Stella McCartney has made quite a name for herself as an ultra-chic fashion designer. This week she introduced her spring line on Manhattans Elizabeth Street with a Cuba-themed garden party where Fidel Castro and Che Guevara featured among the main props of the cheeky soiree.
Today President Obama further opened the financial floodgates from the U.S. to the worlds most notorious deadbeat nationwho is also a State Sponsor of Terrorism.
Apparently unsatisfied with his historic propaganda services for Castros Stalinist regime, ABCs Jim Davila reported for duty again this week. Davilas interview with 21 year old Elian Gonzalez is making major media waves.
Imagine what ultra-sophisticated Washington Post writers think of people who believe their cancer can be cured by a lying on of hands! by the likes of Reverend Ike, Benny Hinn or the ghosts of Oral Roberts and Sister Aimee McPherson?
Well, its official. After last months chat and handshake with Stalinist dictator (and mass-murdering sadist) Raul Castro, President Obama kindly removed the Castro family fiefdom from the State Departments list of terror-sponsoring nations.
Give it BACK! GEEVE EET BACK! shrieked Russian reporter Paulina Leonovich as black thugs ran off with her purse in Baltimore last week. This reporter works for Vladimir Putins RT (Russia Today) TV network, which specializes in featuring the terrible oppression of innocent blacks in racist America.
The shriek sounded like a cockroach was spotted in the bathtub or a spider in the sink. But the second shriek convinced me it was something worse.
Sure, it was one of those hoary historic trivialities that went down "before he was even born"--but President Obama finally signed off on his ultimate betrayal of Cuban freedom (removal of Castro regime from list of terror-sponsors/opening of economic lifeline) on the very week marking the 54th anniversary of the Bay of Pigs Invasion.
Too bad Barack Obama didnt spend less time in Chicago with Bill Ayres and Bernardine Dohrn and more with typical South Side homeys. The future president of the worlds most powerful nation might have learned about real- world diplomacy.
For a few days there it appeared that if a resident of Indiana had chosen to refrain from commerce with another person and was sued for discrimination, this resident could have found legal recourse to defend himself against the suit.