Humberto Fontova

Posted January 30, 2015

The military hero as coward motif has a long tradition with Michael Moore. But his earlier oinkings in this regard--well before the release of American Sniper-- were aimed at much safer targets.

Posted January 23, 2015

When a recently-freed political prisoner who was foreign and black (and a former communist terrorist by his own admission) visited the U.S. in 1990 to request economic and diplomatic sanctions against the segregationist government that jailed him the U.S. media and political establishment went absolutely bonkers with acclaim and adulation.

Posted January 16, 2015

As usual with Obamas policies lets start with the lie: We've always made it clear that there's no equivalence between an international development worker imprisoned for more than four years for doing nothing more than helping Cuban citizens gain access to the Internet, and convicted Cuban intelligence agents."

Posted January 09, 2015

There's no arguing that who the Republicans decide to elevate into a leadership position says a lot about what the conference's priorities and values are. (Obama White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest referring to the recent Steve Scalise/David Duke flap.)

Posted January 02, 2015

Most of you quickly figured out how Obamas new amnesty plan creates more Democratic voters. Did you knew his new Cuba policy does too? To wit:

Posted December 26, 2014

Now where have we previously heard Senator Rand Pauls clich-fest that constitutes his rebuttal to Senator Marco Rubio on Cuba sanctions?

Posted December 19, 2014

Did you notice the timing of President Obamas economic lifeline to Castro as announced on December 17th under the guise of changing our relations with the people (emphasis mine) of Cuba?

Posted December 12, 2014

Id just hung the deer by its neck on the swingset for skinning and butchering when..... "Oh Hum-BERTO! Puh-LEAZE!"

Posted December 05, 2014

Former Mr Kate Perry (and current British multi-millionaire-comedian) Russell Brand devotes much of his new book and stage routine to denouncing capitalism. The book itself is titled Revolution and courageously confesses to the following: Im a big fan of Castro and Che Guevara and all their beret-wearing cigar, gun-totting, cigar-chuffing pals. They were sexy, cool, tough.

Posted November 28, 2014

Castros agents had targeted Macys, Gimbels, Bloomingdales, and Manhattans Grand Central Station with a dozen incendiary devices and 500 kilos of TNT.

Posted November 21, 2014

British vaudeville comedian Russell Brand needs better staff. Hes touring the U.S. promoting his book Revolution while impishly equating Che Guevara with Jesus Christ and Gandhi.

Posted November 17, 2014

Mr Gorbachev, Tear down this Wall! Who can forget the famous line? In fact most people forgot it shortly after President Reagan detonated them at the Brandenberg gate in June 1987. At the time they got little press-play, and what it got was mostly negative.

Posted November 07, 2014

From the Castro regimes captive (literally!) newspaper Cubadebate:

Posted October 31, 2014

"Already we are seeing nations large and small stepping up in impressive ways to make a contribution on the frontlinesCuba, a country of just 11 million people, has sent 165 health professionals and it plans to send nearly 300 more. (U.S. Sec. of State John Kerry as quoted by Reuters, Oct. 17)

Posted October 27, 2014

Imagine ISIS raising its flag over Bagdad and Damascus, the U.S. scooting from its bases in Saudi Arabia and the history books and media all hailing President Obama as a peer to Richard the Lionheart and El Cid. Crazier things have happened.

Posted October 20, 2014

This week the New York Times ran two editorials pleading for a U.S. economic lifeline to the Castro brothers terror-sponsoring regime (i.e. to end the so-called embargo.) One editorial ran on Sunday the other on Tuesday. The second editorial contains the following:

Posted October 04, 2014

Even as a youth, Ernesto Guevara's writings revealed a serious mental illness.

Posted September 26, 2014

Can you imagine the reputation of a literary figure surviving the disclosure that he worked (however briefly and ineffectually) for Hitler's Abwehr?

Posted September 19, 2014

In wistful moods, I often wonder what Cuba (a nation with a higher per-capita income than Austria and Japan in 1958) might look like today if media such as Townhall, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, etc. had been around to mount a counterattack against Castro's U.S. media and State Department propagandists.

Posted September 12, 2014

Academia has been and remains a key target of foreign intelligence services, including the [Cuban intelligence service], says an FBI report from Sept. 2nd.