Fidel Castro appeared in state-run media Monday for the third time in less than a week, which is extremely rare for the father of the Cuban revolution. Castro, 90, who ceded power to his brother Raul in 2006, received visiting Chinese...Show More Summary
NH Rep. Al Baldasaro and wife Judy on their heavily armed wedding day You may recall Donald Trump's co-chair of veterans' issues, New Hampshire Representative Al Baldasaro, from the time he publicly called for Hillary Clinton to be "shot...Show More Summary
On the 60th anniversary of Fidel Castro’s secret landing on Cuba’s southern shore, our man in Havana journeys into the island’s rebel heart
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Cuba where he met with his counterpart, Raul Castro, and the Cuban president's older brother and predecessor, Fidel Castro. Rouhani had said ahead of the one-day visit that he wanted to stop in Cuba, a "friendly and revolutionary country," on his way to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Show More Summary
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Cuba Monday for a visit in which he was expected to meet counterpart Raul Castro and his older brother and predecessor Fidel. Rouhani said ahead of the one-day visit that he wanted to stop in Cuba, a "friendly and revolutionary country," on his way to the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Show More Summary
“If you like, give me a ten dollars bill green american, in the letter, because never, I have not seen a ten dollars bill green american and I would like to have one of them.”
Football coaches wear custom-made suits; sneakers and jogging pants are appropriate office attire. Stars walk the red carpet in shorts and Fidel Castro receives the pope in a track suit. Where just a few years ago firmly established dress codes prevailed, it seems that today ?anything goes?. Show More Summary
Kaepernick Wears Fidel Castro T-Shirt on TV. If that guy had a dictator like the Castro’s for 57 years in power in his country, he would know what it’s like to really be oppressed... This post They Stood Up, So You Could Sit Down appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has recently decided not to stand during the national anthem, wore a Malcolm X hat and a T-shirt featuring images of the leader meeting with Fidel Castro at a press conference where he explained his protest. Show More Summary
COLIN KAEPERNICK’S IGNORANCE OF RACISM IN CASTRO’S CUBA: The 49ers QB wore a shirt commemorating Fidel’s meeting with Malcolm X, Mark Hemingway notes at the Weekly Standard: One can revisit the great civil rights debate over using violence as a means to an end; suffice to say, America’s better off that Martin Luther King, Jr. […]
Natasha Barnard, a model … RIP Gene Wilder, the great comedian who died at the age of 83 … Jim Harbaugh’s wife (...)
As a young man, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro played electric guitar, not sports. But like the men who mentored him, Cuba’s Fidel Castro and the late Hugo Chavez, he views the country’s Olympic achievements as a validation of his economic and social policies. Also, he is fond of wearing track suits in the colors of […]
When the U.S. Marshals issued an arrest warrant for Anibal Mustelier back in 1995, Mustelier had a thick head of bushy brown hair sprouting atop his head. His face was unblemished, and light stubble gave his face a youthful glow. After Mustelier, 66, was arrested on Sunday, his latest mugshot shows that his hair has [...]Show More Summary
“Revolution is a struggle to the death between the future and the past,” Fidel Castro once said. The bitter struggle for the leadership of the Labour Party, while not as grave a matter as life and death, does come close to proving the veracity of the Cuban leader’s words.
Tuesday : The Harlem/Havana festival, free burgers, and Fidel Castro’s nine lives.
Martes: El Harlem/Habana festival, hamburguesas gratuitas, y las nueve vidas de Fidel Castro.
There were a few protesters, but Harlemites by and large welcomed Castro.
Turn on the radio and the announcer reads a brief headline: "Fidel Castro, the great builder." The man goes on to explain that the most important works of the country have come from this head that for decades has been covered by an olive-green cap. Show More Summary
Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has marked his 90th birthday by taking a sideswipe at US President Barack Obama. Mr Castro, who stepped down as president in 2006 due to ill health and appointed his brother Raul in his place, also used the occasion to lambast America for its repeated attempts to assassinate him during […]
Under Fidel Castro's rule Cuba bucked the historical trend--moving not toward but far away from political democracy. Under Fidel Castro it looks as though Cuba lost two generations of economic growth--generations that other neighboring economies like Mexico, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico made very good use of. The only good...