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You can’t make up this stuff,
The Nation is, in fact, going to Cuba. They are going in February. It is not too late. Cuba is still a one-party dictatorship with a gulag. It has not yet been spoiled. The Castros and their fellow Communists are firmly in charge, as democrats and liberals in prison would be happy to tell you, if only they could speak to you.
Jay Nordlinger asks,
What if ordinary Cubans, in their innocence, ask The Nation’s people for help? What if they ask some American to send an e-mail for them, for example? Will The Nation’s people be like Paul Robeson in Stalin’s Russia, and turn the wretched locals in to the Party?
Wouldn’t surprise me if they did.
In today’s podcast at 1PM, I’m Silvio Canto’s guest,
We will discuss the political crisis in Mexico and the 43 dead students, FARC in Colombia, and other stories
Venezuela & US-Latin America stories, hosted by Silvio Canto, Jr, with guest Comandante Cazorla.
Last night I was in Rick Moran’s Election Night Extravaganza, co-hosted by Jazz Shaw, along with other guests voting law expert J. Christian Adams, political consultant Jeff Kropf, and Rod Kackley and Bridget Johnson of PJ Media. I was on the second hour.
Today at 1PM Eastern I’ll be in Silvio Canto’s podcast on US-Latin America issues with Michael Prada.
Today I wrote About those walking in NYC for ten hours videos at Da Tech Guy Blog. Please read it, and leave a comment.
Also, in case you missed it, last Wednesday’s podcast talking about the Elections in Brazil PLUS other US-Latin America stories of the week with Silvio Canto, Jr.
Here’s more walking in NYC,
I’m in Silvio Canto’s podcast, US-Latin America stories of the week. Live at 8PM Eastern, and archived for your listening convenience.
Don’t miss these:
My latest article, I’m a tax exile, and proud of it, is up at Da Tech Guy Blog.
Then, the book:
In tonight’s podcast at 8PM Eastern, Silvio Canto and I will talk to Alina García-Lapuerta, author of La Belle Créole: The Cuban Countess Who Captivated Havana, Madrid, and Paris, a biography of Mercedes Santa Cruz y Montalvo, a fascinating character.
podcasting live in Silvio Canto’s show. Live at 8PM, and archived for your listening convenience.
Gloria’s book is Palm Trees in the Snow, a beautiful memoir.
The podcasts are also archived for your listening convenience.