Of course they have, it's expected from the Castro's well oiled propaganda machine that the world's useful idiots lap up. This is the unelected brutal Cuban tyrants pretending they are a lawful government. The Castro's seized power in Cuba through terror, and their hands are just as bloody as those who murdered the four American victims in Libya, [...]
It grieves me when yet another store puts out what they deem trendy. It always amazes me that trendy involves the face of a mass-murdering psychopath. In the case of Che Guevarra, it's always some hipster idea of revolution. I imagine that had he lived, he would be celebrating the destruction of life and property [...]
From one not on board with the alternate reality plan for planet earth; you know the one where Cuba is a member of the U. N. Human Rights Council, has the best healthcare, and it's free!, and all our country's problems could be solved if only we just followed the Cuba model. Am I the only one thinking [...]
"FUEGO!" (over 500 times in two weeks) What few Cubans commemorate the date call it the "Santa Rosa De Lima Massacre" (forget looking for any mention in the MSM or in any "scholarly" writings. It doesn't fit the template, you see. Most of these victims had probably never heard of Meyer Lansky.) Here's a youtube [...]
We are required to remember those events in history when humanity disappeared, and evil prevailed, lest we forget them and descend into barbarism. To do so, we must preserve those sites, those killing arenas where atrocities occurred, whether they be fields, forests, concentration camps, or prison walls as sacred ground. We must hold them sacred for the memory [...]
Heather Burky and I met in a Google+ Hangout to talk about her documentary, "Lost Coutry," which tells the story of the Cuban Revolution through interviews with three exiles who fought back. Here's the interview. This was my first time "broadcasting" a Hangout, and I didn't realize I needed to click "Start Broadcast" until after [...]
Tomorrow I'll be interviewing Heather Burky, who won a Student Academy Award for her film school thesis film, "Lost Country." I'll be recording the interview tomorrow (Saturday) at 3 p.m. Eastern, then sharing it with you via this blog after the fact. If you have questions you would like to see included in the interview, [...]
NEWS Olympic triathlete Manny Huerta lives immigrant's dream He was born in Havana and speaks with a Cuban accent, but he is an American at heart and was proud to march with the U.S. team in in the opening ceremony. American man in prison in Cuba dreams of freedom, going to Cuban baseball game, eating [...]
NEWS Wisconsin wrestler to face Cuban opponent in opener Olympic wrestler Ben Provisor drew the No. 17 spot and will face Alexi Bel of Cuba in the opening round of the Greco-Roman 74-kilogram weight class at the ExCeL Arena on Sunday. http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/165021846.html#!page=0&pageSize=10&sort=newestfirst Cuban emigrant interdictions skyrocket The number of Cubans being stopped at sea before [...]
On this, the anniversary of el maleconazo (Aug. 5, 1994), it seems appropriate to share this Porno Para Ricardo song. Enjoy. If you're not sure what this maleconazo thing is, you can learn a bit at The Real Cuba.
My dear friend Fernando Marquet: Humanitarian, great patriot, freedom fighter, wonderful family man and friend, has a great write up in a local newspaper, The Downey Patriot. People such as Fernando are those who make our world a better place. I am very proud and honored to have worked with him on a number of his [...]
Marta here. I started this series, Cuando Sali de Cuba, Stories of Courage and Hope on my own blog, My big, fat, Cuban family in order to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month: Cuban-Style. I asked my readers to send me their stories about how their families left Cuba and how they ended up here in the [...]
Marta here: Welcome to my ongoing celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month: Cuban-Style with a series of stories about Cuban American families and how they ended up here in the U.S.:Cuando Sali de Cuba, stories of courage and hope. Today I want to introduce you to my friend, Jorge Carmona. He is one of the Cuban [...]
If you're in southern California this weekend, join us for the LA screening of the award winning documentary, Voices From Mariel. A recent film festival favorite, the powerful documentary Voices from Mariel tells the previously unheard stories of ten Cuban-American families -- just some of the more than 100,000 Cuban-born immigrants who came to the [...]
The award winning documentary, with a special introduction by Actor/Musician Steven Bauer is coming to Los Angeles. There is limited seating; hurry and purchase your tickets at Goldstar.com. Visit the Voices From Mariel web-page for more information on the film, or to purchase the the DVD.