Remembering Cuba’s Victims of Communism

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, many Americans seem to have forgotten that just 90 miles south of Florida is a communist gulag that continues to persecute its people. Every year, thousands of Cubans brave the open sea on … Continue reading

Carrying a Big Stick

Of all the world’s problematic regimes, North Korea certainly ranks among the worst. This has been manifested recently in their tests of long-range missiles and nuclear arms, both of which are forbidden under current agreements with the rogue nation. On … Continue reading

Cuba: Submarine of the Left

Introduction Normally, a ruthless military dictator of a small island country would weigh little in world events. Normally, the world community would try to ostracize this ruthless leader and hasten the day when the nation could live in freedom. However, … Continue reading

“She Protected Me on the Water”

  On November 22, TFP supporter Sergio de Paz brought a pilgrim statue of Our Lady of Fatima to the home where Cuban child refugee Elian Gonzalez spent four short months. The six-year old boy was rescued at sea while … Continue reading

Where Is Elian’s Journey Leading Us?

The steady stream of photos of a smiling Elian Gonzalez reunited with his father could well foster the impression of a happy ending to the sad story of this young Cuban refugee. Were one naive enough to believe this, one … Continue reading

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