To bolster his own legacy, President Obama this week stood in the shadow of Che Guevara and the Castro brothers, and even tried to exploit America’s history to celebrate the Cuban “revolution.”
The Washington Times notes that, despite claims from the Left, America’s Cuba policy hasn’t been a complete failure.
The Daily Signal has six questions Obama should have asked Castro – but instead, the President welcomed the Castros’ America bashing and was treated like nothing more than a puppet.
Cuban dissidents were frustrated by Obama’s trip, and the country’s political prisoners were left in the lurch.
And the President didn’t seem the least bit bothered by the Brussels terrorist attack, since there was a much more important baseball game taking place.
Now in Argentina, Obama is bashing Americans himself and literally dancing as the world burns.
What do you believe was the most shameful part of Obama’s Cuba trip? What do you wish most for the Cuban people? And why do you believe Obama is so critical of America when he is overseas? These are the questions in our new Weekly Poll – give your answers today!
Speaking of Brussels, this week’s attacks mark a terrifying new focus for ISIS.
Hillary has criticized Donald Trump and Ted Cruz for their calls for greater surveillance of Muslim neighborhoods – but all she has to offer are clichés and platitudes.
In the presidential race, as Ted Cruz continues to build support, John Podhoretz warns him and John Kasich that the GOP convention will never nominate them.
This week marked the six-year anniversary of Obamacare, but it was more of a wake than a birthday party.
Meanwhile here in our state, New York City is finally getting serious about the recent, alarming rise in knife violence. But labor unions and their lawmaker allies refuse to get serious about how many jobs the $15 minimum wage will eliminate – and the more jobs that are lost, the more New York’s population will collapse.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Easter weekend!