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Friday, February 10th, 2012

Cuban Oil Drilling Won’t Prop Up Communism

Cuba has been in a state of nearly perpetual poverty since 1992. It’s greatest ally — the Soviet Union — dissolved over the Christmas season of 1991, leaving the island state without it’s largest trading partner. Twenty years on, the red island might have found a natural blessing in the form of oil deposits off

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Immigration, Communism Pull From Real Issues In America

By Dustin Mendus This just in: Dead things are still scary. With Halloween still fresh in mind there is still an air of fear lingering in the air at home. Not fear of hockey-mask wearing serial killers,...

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011

U.S. Opens New Channel To Explore Cuba

By Sharon Hostetler, otherwords.org For most Americans, visiting Cuba is inconceivable. Not so for travelers from the rest of the world. The Caribbean country’s stunning beaches, colonial architecture, vintage cars, and vibrant musical culture attract more than 2...