The fire this time…

The fire this time…

London’s Grenfell Tower is a perfect microcosm, an apt metaphor for a whole “philosophy” that in this country has been gaining predominance for decades, culminating with Donald Trump: profits over life; profits over fairness; profits over nature; profits over all.

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Trump does Miami

Trump does Miami

The majority of Cubans in Miami no longer support a hardline policy toward Cuba, which is probably why Trump didn’t reinstate the whole Cuba package of the Bush years. But, as long as the Diaz-Balarts of this city and their ilk continue to bellow from seats of power, Miami will still be a zoo.

Donald Trump in Miami

Donald Trump in Miami

Once again, a U.S. president shows up in Miami to promise the fall of the Cuban regime. The difference this time is that rhetoric will no longer ensure the Cuban-American vote, the Cold War ended long ago, and the support of a collaboration of a couple of Congressmen from south Florida could be extremely toxic.

Trump’s new Cuba policy – we’re back in 1987

Trump’s new Cuba policy – we’re back in 1987

President Donald Trump’s speech reflecting the contentious relationship between Cuba and the United States was a perfect speech if it had been made 30 years earlier. Those days, thankfully, have passed and the key takeaway from Trump’s minor (though important) changes to Obama’s policy is the further indication that the forces to end the embargo are winning the war.

Trump’s Miami visit: More questions than answers

Trump’s Miami visit: More questions than answers

Miami is in an uproar with speculation of what may be coming after almost three years of political thaw between the U.S. and Cuba. Nobody seems to really know what this Friday might bring us. In fact, not everyone is sure that President Trump will address the Cuba rollback during his visit to Miami.

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STEPPING BACKWARD (Updated) / Farmers and cattlers oppose Trump

Progreso Weekly offers a diverse group of published articles and opinions critical of, or discussing, President Trump’s rejection of the Obama measures that offered an improvement in U.S. relations with Cuba. We believe that a reversal of these efforts will be detrimental to the U.S.’ economy and to U.S.-Cuba diplomatic relations. Continue Reading

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Donald Trump in Miami

Donald Trump in Miami

Once again, a U.S. president shows up in Miami to promise the fall of the Cuban regime. The difference this time is that rhetoric will no longer ensure the Cuban-American vote, the Cold War ended long ago, and the support of a collaboration of a couple of Congressmen from south Florida could be extremely toxic.

Russian politologist: Trump will surely squeeze Cuba

Russian politologist: Trump will surely squeeze Cuba

President Donald Trump’s decision to reverse the political thaw initiated by his predecessor, Barack Obama, could ultimately lead to the imposition of new economic sanctions against Cuba, according to renowned Russian politologist, Andrei Sidorov.

Trump’s new Cuba policy – we’re back in 1987

Trump’s new Cuba policy – we’re back in 1987

President Donald Trump’s speech reflecting the contentious relationship between Cuba and the United States was a perfect speech if it had been made 30 years earlier. Those days, thankfully, have passed and the key takeaway from Trump’s minor (though important) changes to Obama’s policy is the further indication that the forces to end the embargo are winning the war.

Frequently asked questions on President Trump’s Cuba announcement

Frequently asked questions on President Trump’s Cuba announcement

The Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control on Friday, June 16, issued the following frequently asked questions on President Trump’s Cuba announcement.

A day of great shame for Miami’s Cuban American community

A day of great shame for Miami’s Cuban American community

President Donald Trump visited Miami on Friday and held a political rally at the Manuel Artime Theater in Little Havana. He was there to announce the rollback of the Obama initiatives on Cuba, started on December 17, 2014. It turned out to be a pep rally attended by a few hundred former Cubans, and children of former Cubans, from the Miami area.

Pirates

Pirates

Trump’s Miami visit: More questions than answers

Trump’s Miami visit: More questions than answers

Miami is in an uproar with speculation of what may be coming after almost three years of political thaw between the U.S. and Cuba. Nobody seems to really know what this Friday might bring us. In fact, not everyone is sure that President Trump will address the Cuba rollback during his visit to Miami.

Dying for business

Dying for business

Numbers make clear the perversity of a policy proposed by the Trump administration that will cripple the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Here’s just one example: In 1970, 38 workers died daily at work. By 2015, that number had dropped to 13, a decrease of almost two-thirds.

Engage Cuba: It would be a shame if President Trump rolls back Cuba policy

Engage Cuba: It would be a shame if President Trump rolls back Cuba policy

James Williams released a statement on behalf of Engage Cuba, an organization he presides that continues to work on behalf of a better U.S.-Cuba relationship, stating that a rollback of advances made over the last more than two years would be a shame and bad politics.

Brazil’s enormously high interest rates cause serious, unnecessary damage to the economy

Brazil’s enormously high interest rates cause serious, unnecessary damage to the economy

The Right in Brazil likes to complain about taxes, but they don’t seem to have any problem with the biggest and most economically destructive tax of all: the exorbitant interest rates that Brazilians pay on their public debt.

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