Hello again! I started the blog in 2007; however, more than our fair share of a few technical glitches a few months ago -- some more serious than others -- and the editors opted to, essentially, start over. The older posts we can recover shall be reposted in due course.
From The Miami Herald, “Cuba must be treated for what it is and not, as the Obama administration did, what it wished Cuba were. Cuba remains a Communist, totalitarian police state that allies itself with American adversaries and enemies, including state sponsors of terror and terrorist organizations,” said attorney Jason Poblete of the Washington-based PobleteTamargo [...]
I wrote the following op-ed for The American Spectator. Enjoy. I find it odd that the majority of the people in my party calling Mr. Donald Trump a “racist,” and clamoring for an apology, are white males. Mr. Trump was not my first choice for the GOP nominee, mostly because I had serious doubts that [...]
Most Americans have no idea about the arcane world of export controls, economic sanctions, or any of the many other national security laws that regulate U.S. commercial business. Part of the reason: it can be drier than the tax code. While it may not make the headlines, it is the thing of many a Hollywood [...]
In less than two weeks Members of Congress will, finally, join in on the export control reform dialogue that the Obama Administration initiated in August 2009. The Export Control Reform Initiative (ECR Initiative) builds upon an inter-agency review process and is supposed "to enhance U.S. national security and strengthen the United States’ ability to counter threats [...]
“President Chavez has said: 'If you find a FARC camp in Venezuela, give me the coordinates and we will respond immediately.' When we have given him the information, he has responded ..."Colombian President Santos This is either clever brinksmanship by the Colombian government or a naive policy that will result in many disappointments shortly. I [...]