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Stop Blaming The United States For Communism’s Effects On Cuba

As a first-generation Cuban American from Miami, Florida, my upbringing, daily discourse, and education have been overwhelmingly influenced by the Cuban struggle. To me, it’s always seemed straightforward: Cuba’s communist system has inflicted human and civil rights violations, family separations, and sexual, religious, and ideological persecution of minorities since 1959. Yet upon leaving my Cuban American community, I encountered individuals…

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How My Cuban Heritage Taught Me To Hate Communism And Love America

Fifty-two years ago on Valentine’s day, a three-year-old boy boarded a small plane with his older brother, older sister, and mother. Unsure why Daddy wasn’t with them, he boarded at his mother’s direction and left behind a life he would barely remember. This family was one of the quarter-million Cubans who had been welcomed to America by President Lyndon B.…

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Secretary Of State Hails Cuban Independence Day As A Celebration Of ‘Diversity’

Secretary of State Antony Blinken ignored the true reason to celebrate Cuban Independence Day, choosing to instead commemorate the day by celebrating the nation’s “diversity” instead. Historically, Cubans celebrate May 20 for their independence from the U.S. in 1902 following the nation’s occupation after the Spanish-American war. The day observes the founding of the Republic of Cuba with the swearing-in…

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