Barack Obama is just one actor in one more scene of a transcendental drama: Cuba’s century-old struggle for freedom and social justice. We have had all kinds of adversaries, from the most respectable to the downright worst, but each one’s place in history has been dictated by the revolutionary practice of the Cuban people.
This interview was conducted on March 23, 2016, on the meaning of President Barack Obama’s visit to Cuba. Hosted by: Michael Ratner, Michael Smith, Heidi Boghosian Law & Disorder, a groundbreaking radio program that among many things, encourages listeners to get involved with and understand the legal issues eroding all of our civil liberties — […]
Despite the fact that many of the promises made by President Obama have remained unfulfilled and much more was expected of him, he has obviously played a historic role. With regard to Cuba we must recognize his merit for having taken very courageous and important steps. I would like to meet him.
Both Trump and Clinton have a chance of victory. And the impact of the polarizing effect left by the current campaign on the political future of the country with the entry into the political arena of the popular and socialist alternative brought by Bernie Sanders cannot be measured yet.
Mar 14, 2016Walter Lippmann
Let the US president, his family, and his entourage be welcomed! Here, they will be respected and safe!
The Rolling Stones (from left): Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Ron Wood plan to play in Havana by late March. (Photo taken from makingofezine.com)
The propagandists of capitalism persist in the practice of discrediting leaders to prevent them from influencing the fate of society.
“To understand today’s imperialist political doctrines we must keep in mind their foundations which began taking explicit shape in the first third of the seventeenth century and have continued developing to this day … “.
Cuban diplomat Ramon Sanchez-Parodi looks at the rise of Donald Trump and the prospects for the Republican Party through the 2016 elections.