Category Archives: Cuba

The ‘Do-Nothing’ Congress Delays Vote on Cuba Travel Ban

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 The ‘do-nothing’ U.S. Congressional committee postponed a vote on a measure that would abolish the decades-old ban on travel to Cuba, leaving little time this year for the proposal to advance in Congress. Supporters of the … Continue reading

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Three-Quarters Favor Normalized Relations with Cuba

Monday, April 13, 2009 Like America’s failed ‘War on Drugs,’ our failed policy of embargoes have had absolutely no affect on toppling Castro’s dictatorial hold on the island nation, located a mere 90 miles south of Key West, FL. But … Continue reading

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Obama to Lift Travel Restrictions to Cuba

Monday, March 9, 2009 The White House has moved to ease travel and trade restrictions as a cautious first step towards better ties with Havana, raising hopes of an eventual lifting of the four-decade-old economic embargo. Several Bush-era controls are … Continue reading

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