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  • asombra: Sometimes the faux general looks almost convincing. Still, I prefer his Marjorie Stoneman Douglas mode, which is more honest.

  • asombra: Just another bad Negro unworthy of Massah Castro. Move along.

  • asombra: First, consider the source of the “criticisms.” They’re all screened, vetted and confirmed regime lackeys who...

  • asombra: Wait, isn’t that how Castro, Inc. portrayed Berta Soler in a cartoon?

  • asombra: How about we trade Bill Clinton for Gross? There could even be a Nobel Peace Prize in it for him.

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A report directly from Venezuela

We spoke on Friday night with Comandante Cazorla in Venezuela.  He updated the situation in his homeland. Michael Prada joined me to talk about the influence of Cuba in Venezuela. FRIDAY: Russia, Ukraine, Venezuela and other issues from the front pages.....Listen in now at http://t.co/uJ16TO4RHs. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) March 8, 2014  

CPAC 2014: Cruz and Rubio

Yesterday's speeches by Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Marco Rubio at the 2014 CPAC were good, strong, fearless, and inspiring... More outstanding CPAC videos: The Honorable John Bolton Mark Levin's “Andrew Breitbart Defender of the First Amendment” Award

A morning update from outside Caracas

We spoke Friday morning with Comandante Cazorla in Venezuela....he gave us a personal report plus information about the demonstrations outside of Caracas.   VENEZUELA UPDATE with Comandante Cazorla.......Listen in now at http://t.co/Gu6FuUgmE1. #BlogTalkRadio — Silvio Canto, Jr. (@SCantojr) February 14, 2014  

“Ojo y mucho cuidado”: Elections in El Salvador

(My new American Thinker post about the elections in El Salvador) Not long ago, Central America was a big part of our foreign policy discussion in the US. Remember the contras? Noriega and the Panama invasion?  El Salvador civil war? We don't have those problems anymore and we've spent a lot of time looking at […]

From the North Coast: A PSA for You Southern Snowmen/women

Ugh! This stuff has gone viral, like a nasty flu bug through a pre-school classroom. It appears people in the south, who are not all that familiar with the physics and the properties of snow/ice/water are falling for the "fake"/"plastic" snow hoax on the internet. Lots of videos like this are being uploaded onto YouTube, […]

To The Point: “I think ‘normalizing’ relations has a lot more to do with Cuba…”

I share this mostly because of an email exchange I had just last night with a friend who lives in San Fransisco. A few days ago my SF friend had sent out a group email with info on how you could help those who were dealing with the contaminated water in West Virginia. She fowarded […]

Obam(ACA)re is at The Center of Obama Slipping With Hispanics

From Florida Watchdog: Lost in translation: Once-supportive Hispanics turning backs on Obama, ACA MIAMI – They were among President Obama’s best supporters, but support for the president and his signature health insurance scheme is quickly dying among Hispanics. A recent Gallup poll showed Obama’s approval rating among Hispanic down 23 percent, to 52 percent in […]

Obam(ACA)re* Looks A Lot Like CastroCare

ObamaCare architect Zeke Emanuel will now explain to you unwashed dolts exactly why you cannot keep that doctor you have been seeing for years and years, and trust with your medical history, (real) healthcare, and life... Got that, dummies? 1) Because Obama did not say you could have unlimited "choice". Where the Hell did you […]

Nelson Mandela Dies…

South Africa's first black president has died after a long illness. History will remember his life, to be sure. While I appreciate and respect Nelson Mandela's struggles and his being a political prisoner within his own country for a large part of his life, I am not unaware of his post-prison political ideology and all […]

Alan Gross’ Wife Fights For Release Of Husband Jailed In Cuba

Alan Gross' wife Judy was on FOX News this afternoon where they highlighted a letter to Obama that Gross himself recently wrote asking Obama to get involved in securing his release. Don't hold your breath... Watch the latest video at video.latino.foxnews.com

Just in Time for the Holidays: Finger Puppets for the Communist Puppets

Great little stocking-stuffer for the kids, huh? Does it come with a 4-fingers little firing squad and a 5-fingers blind-folded, bloody, bullet-riddled murdered Cubans for the other 9 fingers? I've got a special finger for the Che finger puppet and "The Nation", and it doesn't require a puppet... Looking for the perfect finger puppet of […]

Honduras 1, Zelaya 0

On Sunday, the people of Honduras voted to reject Mrs Zelaya, who was nothing but a front for Mr Zelaya. The public knows that Zelaya was a disaster, as The Washington Post pointed out: "Beset by some of the worst poverty and crime in the Western Hemisphere, Honduran voters had many reasons to reject the […]

100 “Bourgeois” Businessmen Arrested in Floundering Venezuela

Yeah, that'll help... Nov 14 (Reuters) – Venezuela’s socialist government has arrested more than 100 “bourgeois” businessmen in a crackdown on alleged price-gouging at hundreds of shops and companies since the weekend, President Nicolas Maduro said on Thursday. “They are barbaric, these capitalist parasites!” Maduro thundered in the latest of his lengthy daily speeches. “We […]

ObamaCare: Nobody Will be Spared

This thing is simply toxic... Millions of Americans are being informed they're being dropped from their insurance plans because the plans don't meet minimum Obamacare standards, but President Obama so far has stood by his promise that "if you have insurance that you like, then you will be able to keep that insurance." Insurance plans […]

The Cubanization of Venezuela: “La bola pica y se extiende”

We Cubans have a lot of great expressions. One of my favorites is "la bola pica y se extiende". It means something like "its complicated" and there is no solution around the corner. For months, our friends at Babalu have been telling you about the "Cubanization" of Venezuela.  Let's add one more episode to that […]