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  • Humberto Fontova: Hate to say it, but Lopez was dumb to meekly surrender in a show of “good faith.” There is no such thing...

  • asombra: Yes, Carlos, the world is full of shit, and Cubans would be entitled to hold most of it in contempt–if only so many Cubans...

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  • Honey: Castro Si, Israel No! It’s chickenshit for Israel and praise for Castro. So what else is new with this administration? And...

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Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart press release on Alan Gross “Abandon unilateral concessions to the Castro dictatorship”

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 3, 2012 December 3, 2012 Marks the Three Year Anniversary of American Aid Worker’s Imprisonment Washington, D.C. –Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) released the following statement on the 3rd anniversary of American humanitarian aid worker Alan Gross’ imprisonment by the Cuban regime: “Today marks three years since Alan Gross, a humanitarian […]

Remember Cuba’s American Hostage: Alan Gross

From our good friend,  Mauricio Claver-Carone in today's Wall Street Journal: Cuba's American Hostage The White House calls for the release of Alan Gross but puts scant pressure on Havana to let him go. Since December 2009, American development worker Alan Gross has been imprisoned by the Castro regime for trying to help Cuba's Jewish […]

Today in Cuba news: Alan Gross wants ribs, a Cuban wrestler becomes a legend, Yoani remembers el maleconazo

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