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Castro's Cuba - Interview with Author Humberto Fontova
Ryan Mauro - 8/15/2005
Humberto Fontova was born in Havana, Cuba in 1954, arrived with his family in New Orleans in 1961 while his father was held as a political prisoner. He is the author of "The Helldiver's Rodeo" (chosen by the Publisher's Weekly as their Book of the Week in August 2001), "The Hellpig Hunt", and "Fidel: Hollywood's Favorite Tyrant." Mr. Fontova has a Master's Degree in Latin American Studies. Before becoming a writer, Fontova was a business analyst for ten years for Dun & Bradstreet. He is currently a columnist for Newsmax.com.
Are Fidel Castro's Days Numbered?
Angelique van Engelen - 4/25/2005
Cuban leader Fidel Castro is making attempts to drag his country out of the guagmire he has landed it in since rejecting adopting market economic principles when its sponsor, the Soviet Union, fell apart in 1991. Even though his way of doing it -telling the Cuban population to save on energy and work harder- is not likely to effect much change, perhaps his efforts evidence that the Cuban leader is losing hope of an impending end to the US trade embargo on his own terms.
Developing Cuban Crisis
Frederick Stakelbeck, Jr. - 4/10/2005
Over forty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, America once again finds itself in the crosshairs of a determined, Cuban-based adversary possessing the capability to inflict incalculable damage to U.S. democracy efforts and regional stability. That adversary is China. For two decades, Soviet defense, economic and intelligence assistance allowed Fidel Castro's Cuba to project its own brand of Stalinist totalitarianism throughout Latin America infesting countries such as; Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Chile. Castro's dream of leading a new Latin American empire ended abruptly in the ea...
Liberating Cuba from Communism
Ryan Mauro - 12/23/2004
For a half-century now, Fidel Castro has been in power in Cuba, just 90 miles away from Florida. Unfortunately, not only could this have been prevented, but the United States today has the resources to finally give the Cuban people the freedom they deserve, without a shot being fired. The mass opposition to Castro's dying regime makes it a unique opportunity and an obligation to free the Cuban people. Elimination of the Castro regime will also help win the War on Terror.