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The Facts on Obama's Announcement on the Cuban Embargo

By Nathalie Mairena

It was Cold War hostilities that pushed the Cuban embargo in 1961. The embargo completely froze commercial, financial, and economic ties between the United States and Cuba, and thus it has remained for the past 54 years. 413 more words

General Things

"Barack Obama, Set Free": He Isn't Going To Let These Last Two Years Go To Waste

Here’s a little blast from the recent past, a meeting of the minds between Bill O’Reilly and Brit Hume in October 2013:

O’Reilly asked Hume, “Is he just not interested? 602 more words

Conservatives

"McCain vs. McCain On Cuba": Whatever President Obama Supports, John McCain Opposes, Whether It Makes Sense Or Not

When Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) angrily disagrees with President Obama, it’s about as common as the sunrise. But when McCain reject his own views from a few years ago, something more important is happening. 489 more words

Republicans

"Forced To Take A Position": On Cuba, GOP Presidential Hopefuls Trapped By Older Voters And The Past

For a guy who was supposed to be mired in unpopularity and bored with his job, Barack Obama is sure making life hard for Republicans, not to mention complicating their task in winning the White House in 2016. 595 more words

Republicans

Should the U.S. end the Cuban economic embargo?

President Barack Obama, after months of secret negotiations, has ordered the restoration of full diplomatic relations with Cuba. The president also eased travel restrictions and expanded economic ties. 580 more words

Florida

Viva Cuba!

It took six years, but President Obama has finally done something that we Washingtonian Constitutionalists can cheer about, he is changing the foreign policy with regards to Cuba. 855 more words

The Facts on Obama's Announcement on the Cuban Embargo

By Nathalie Mairena

It was Cold War hostilities that pushed the Cuban embargo in 1961. The embargo completely froze commercial, financial, and economic ties between the United States and Cuba, and thus it has remained for the past 54 years. 408 more words

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