Also published in The Daily Caller on Wed. April 25, 2018
“Miguel Diaz-Canel was officially named as the new leader of Cuba on Thursday,” proclaimed CNN. This came as a surprise to observers around the world, particularly American millennials who never got word that Miguel Diaz-Canel was even running.
What were his poll numbers with blue-collar workers, women, and the gay and transgender community? What policies was he advancing to improve the Cuban economy? How did he stack up against political rivals in other parties?
Continue reading “Lessons for Millennials from Cuba’s New Leader”
By Richard Winchester October 28, 2016
(The comments in blue are mine)
When sizable portions of a people forget their history, they risk losing contact with their nation’s essence, what its best qualities are, and where it ought to be headed. They may soon cease to inhabit an independent political entity. Continue reading “The Cost of Historical Amnesia in America”
August 12, 2016
Democrats, Slavery, and the American Record
By Paul Murphy
In both 2008 and 2012 black voters seemed to overwhelmingly favor Obama, and today, at least according to an August 8th headline at The Atlantic, Black Pastors Are Breaking the Law to Get Hillary Clinton Elected… Continue reading “The Truth About Racism”