Gonzalez: Catalonia’s division a lesson in the perils of too much ‘diversity’

Spain is grappling with one of its most contentious political challenges, likely, since the 1970s. Why should you care? You may think, not much. Out of sight. Out of mind. Think again. We have plenty of issues right here in the US of A to contend with, however, as Mike Gonzalez from the Heritage Foundation ably …

Cuba, Pick a Lane

Hurricane Irma has reportedly caused extensive damage in the Caribbean, including Cuba. Yet whatever damage Irma may have caused in Cuba, it pales in comparison to what socialism has been inflicting since 1959 on the Cuban people and the Western Hemisphere. There is chatter about sending U.S. assistance to help the storm-ravaged Caribbean region. In …

Unicorns Sightings Increase as Cuba Spins Official Washington

Hurricane Irma left a trail of destruction in the Caribbean before it pummeled South Florida. In Cuba, for example, in addition to extensive damage to Cuban military-owned hotels and beach resorts, Cuba’s ministry of intelligence stable of unicorns was severely damaged. Efforts are underway, of course, to replenish the stable of rhetorical unicorns, and Communist Cuba’s …

Venezuela Regime Propagandizes, Buys Adverstising, in U.S. Media

The #Venezuela regime suppresses the fundamental liberties of its people, yet it uses US media to spread propaganda. Wrong. Supporters of Liberty for Venezuela are, as a matter of policy, remains directed from Havana, banned from placing advertising in Venezuela papers or what is left of its television stations. There is no independent media in Venezuela. …

America Needs More Patriots, Less D.C. Conspiracy Theorists

What certain Democrats and #NeverTrump Republicans are doing is unpatriotic. They are engaging in political malpractice, conflating issues, and, in some cases they are, hopefully unwittingly, helping Russian intelligence do what it wants to do in the USA, undermine trust in American political institutions. The Russians and the Chinese, and yes allies the Cubans, have …

Obama Cuba Deal Hurt American Farmers, Will Fare Better With Trump

Ever since President Donald Trump announced that he wanted a better deal on Cuba for U.S. taxpayers, opponents of Trump’s new approach have been lamented it will hurt American businesses, especially agriculture and others in the food industry. The U.S. Agriculture Coalition of Cuba, for example, issued a press release stating its members were “disappointed” …

Around Town

From the Editors: Best statement from a cabinet secretary, in years:  “North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile. The United States has spoken enough about North Korea. We have no further comment,” Secretary of State Tillerson. 23 words. Excellent. A fellow who would know a thing or two, and yes three, about intelligence …