Howard Beale went to the polls.
The Communist regime issued guidelines for the official mourning period:
1. Cubans are forbidden from saying “Good morning” (“Buenos días”) to each other.
2. No alcohol is allowed.
3. Nightlife, the lifeblood of tourism, is shut down.
4. No loud music.
5. The neighborhood watchmen, Comités de la Revolución, are keeping track of any violations to the above rules. They also keep track who shows up (or doesn’t) to sign the book of condolences at the 1,000 designated locations across the island prison after standing in line for hours under the hot sun.
6. Mourners are also compelled to sign a statement of commitment to the Revolución.
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Incredible as it sounds, some still believe the lies about the “free Cuban education”. Read Failing quarterback engages in further public displays of ignorance
Interesting, gripping, and yes, one of the few books, out of the thousands I have read in my entire life, that I recommend for the quality of the writing.
Read my review, Must-read: Andrew Klavan’s The Great Good Thing
If you were a committed Hillary supporter from the start and were in Manhattan last night, at the Javitz Center, you stood for nine emotional hours waiting for Hillary. Five hundred and seventy six days and nine hours later, when it was clear she lost, and you needed her presence . . . Read the rest here.
The Clintons only were better at it than most; This election’s real issue is,
How do you stop that kind of corruption?