Winning the stalemate
“Hasta la victoria siempre!”
“I hope my father is seeing me from up above, fighting.”
The embassy was bugged… literally
“Fidel Castro promised to demolish ‘hellish tenements’ and build safe, modern housing when he took power in 1959.”
“…doctors are ‘getting thrown under the bus’ by the ‘doubting voices in the State Department.'”
A “stunning escalation in Russian aggression”?
“Venezuela goes hungry before he stops sending barrels to Cuba.”
“These are the first medically-confirmed cases in Havana since August 2017.”
“very similar, and entirely consistent with, the medical indications that were taking place to Americans working in Cuba.”
Mixed bag of freedom.
“Many, more than six or seven, will never be able to work…”
“We continue to urge U.S. citizens to reconsider travel to Cuba.”
“The incident, known as the ‘Moscow Signal,’ was never formally solved…”
“we have received a handful of reports from U.S. citizens…”
Not that we should know this, but…
Halting visas indefinitely.
“There comes a time when you get tired of being a slave.”
“although Castro denied involvement, his government didn’t dispute that something troubling may have gone down on Cuban soil.”
Canada: It happened to us too.
“Cuba is universally considered a safe destination for visitors and foreign diplomats.”
The deed is done
Maybe, but not terribly likely
It’s a mistake to end engagement, even with dictators.
Haley: Stop protecting the worst of the worst … its own members.
“See, they are quite controlling on behavioral change.”
Wet foot, dry foot, and the boot.
Protesters asking for political prisoners to be freed wind up… you guessed it
“significant concerns around human rights”
Justice was never served
It’s all one big, happy family now
Same as it ever was. Or perhaps worse.
Not such a sweet deal
About face or the same complaints about a communist regime?
It’s happened more than you might think
One’s fine with no conviction, the other not so much
Donations for endorsements?
It’s all in the translation, you know.