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A new day for Cuba?

Two days ago, President Obama announced an easing of economic restrictions with Cuba, signaling the beginning of the end of five decades of the American Embargo. This news was greeted with elation by many in Cuba and those who sympathized with Cuba as something that should have happened years ago, while the Cuban exile community […]

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Commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution

Today RidingtheTiger.org remembers the Battle of Moncada Barracks and marks 60 years since the spark that set off the Cuban Revolution. It was on the 26th of July, 1953 that the young lawyer Fidel and a band of followers raided the military barracks in a brave but futile attempt to gather arms and overthrow Fulgencio […]

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