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Gun Control From a Cuban Refugee’s Perspective

April 8, 2013

On a day when President Obama is trying to obtain more political human shields for the upcoming gun control debate on Capitol Hill, this video reminder of the fragility of liberty at this time deserves to be added to the echo chamber: “The only reason for gun control is for the Government to be protected [...]

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Appeasement Update: Syria and Cuba

February 12, 2009

The new era of Capitulation and Appeasement is in full force.  The Obama administration plans to lift all sanctions against Syria as part of it’s unraveling of the War on Terror.  Syria is a state sponsor of terrorism.  They aided Al Quaida in Iraq against our armed forces, are building a nuclear reactor, and have [...]

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Didn’t Like the Call? Just Kick the Judge!

August 24, 2008

The latest controversy to arise out of Beijing deals with when Cuban Angel Matos disagreed with a judge’s enforcement of the rules during a tae-kwon-do medal round against Kazakhstan and decided to kick the judge in the face, spit on the mat and leave the arena.  Here’s why Matos was mad:  He was up 3-2, but needed [...]

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The Company Obama Keeps

February 11, 2008

It’s normally unfair to judge a politician based on the act of a single supporter, and I don’t blame Barack Obama for this one. However, when someone who not only supports a candidate but works in the candidate’s headquarters and the act in question is displaying a picture of Cuban murderer Che Guevara on the [...]

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