Mitt Romney appears to have won about 60% of Cuban-Americans.
Currently uncounted, they lean conservative.
The Weather Channel is simply the latest media outlet to agree to a Faustian bargain with the Castro regime.
Why is the manager of the Miami Marlins praising Castro, whom many Cuban-Americans consider the modern-day equivalent of Hitler?
The possibililty of Marco Rubio entering the fray has Obama 2012 scrambling for dirt.
Nelson Mandela and Lech Walesa are household names. Why aren't Cuba's dissidents equally well known?
An inexcusable piece hails a Cuban musician's Castro-approved visit to the States. No mention that Cuban dissidents receive beatings instead of visas.
The international press finally reports on Castro's violence. Perhaps because the victim is a darling of the left as well as the right.
The Colombian-born Juanes, a resident of Miami, will be performing a "peace" concert in Havana along with regime-approved musicians.
The U.S. turns off its electronic news ticker in Havana.
What drives someone to champion the rights of people in a land he doesn't know?
It’s audacious to hope that Obama would take up the plight of the Cuban people, but isn't audacity supposed to be what he's about? (Also read Roger L. Simon: Cuba Si, Obama Maybe)
Steven Soderbergh's film Che is nothing more than a $60 million whitewash of the truth.
Dialogue with the Castro brothers is not an effective policy.
The U.S. must not change to improve bilateral relations. Cuba must change.
The president-elect already faces pressure to make nice with Havana. Will he cave?
Putin and Medvedev's renewed meddling in the Americas makes it feel like the 1960s again.
And who better than a punk rocker to pressure the reluctant dictator?
Raul Castro fears the political changes that might follow a true opening of the economy.
Reports coming out of Castro's "workers' paradise" are laughably simplistic and shallow.
Will the EU lifting sanctions on Cuba result in more political freedom? Don't ask one dissident arrested less than 24 hours after the announcement.
Barack Obama's new Cuba policy may be based on "libertad," but it's unlikely to lead to freedom for the island nation's people.
Small signs of freedom are starting to sprout in Cuba — and none more hopeful than the tolerance of bloggers who criticize the Castro regime.