Soliciting for a dictator

Thumbing their nose at U.S. law, Pastors for Piss is soliciting for the castro regime, and a U.S. newspaper is helping them by publishing an article that is nothing more than an advertisment for their illegal activity.
It is against U.S. law to travel to Cuba without a license, and it is against the law to donate computers to Cuba.
Members of the Black Caucus, apparently believe they are above the law, because as government officials, they are sworn to uphold both the U.S. and California constitutions, and to abide by all State and Federal laws.
The McClatchy Company, owners of the Sacramento Bee, corporate code of Business Conducts and Ethics states:

This Code of Business Conduct and Ethics applies to all of the Company’s officers, directors and employees and provides guidelines to assist in measuring our conduct in a number of very important areas. The standards set forth are high in order to preserve the good reputation that the Company, through its employees, has built. We are each responsible for protecting that reputation. As each of us knows from our own experience, it is far easier to destroy a good reputation than it is to build one.
“…The Company is committed to full compliance with the laws of the cities, states and countries in which it operates.”

It seems to me that publishing an article that encourages their readers to break the law would be a violation of those ethics.
Excerpts from the Sacramento Bee:

A convoy seeking humanitarian aid for Cuba is coming to Sacramento to collect computers, medical supplies and other donations.
The Pastors for Peace Friendshipment Caravan to Cuba will accept items from 4 to 6 p.m. on July 4 at the Black United Fund of Sacramento Valley, 4104 44th St., near 16th Avenue.
Members of the caravan, traveling in cars, school buses and trucks, plan to drive to a Mexican port, where the goods will be picked up by a Cuban freighter.
Needed items include working IBM-compatible computers with Pentium II or upgraded processors, and all computer accessories/peripherals, along with printers.
In addition to the Black United Fund of Sacramento Valley, sponsors include the Sacramento Area Black Caucus, the All African Peoples Revolutionary Party and the Central America Action Committee.
Also, the Birthing Project, Sacramento Area Peace Action, the Sacramento Chapter of the Zapatista Solidarity Coalition, Vanguard Public Foundation and the Chicano Consortium-Sacramento.
For more information about the Sacramento event, call (916) 484-5025 or e-mail

Please report them to the U.S. Department of Treasury, and complain to The McClatchy company here, and here, and to the Sacramento Bee here.

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  1. Thanks for the info. Have emailed Treasury with the report. Hope they do something to stop this support of Castro. Have relatives that are refugees from that dictator.

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