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Obama Touts Cuba Relations While It Still Appears on U.S Terrorist List Alongside Al Qaeda, Hamas

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Obama Touts Cuba Relations While It Still Appears on U.S Terrorist List Alongside Al Qaeda, Hamas

In a quest to normalize relations Obama lifted sanctions against Cuba and celebrated being the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Communist island since 1928, but the Caribbean nation still appears on a crucial government terrorist list along with the world’s most violent Islamic groups. This contradiction indicates that,…

IN THE NEWS

Lawsuit: Obama covers up American prisoners in Cuba

President Obama’s campaign to mainstream the communist regime of Cuba has included the removal of the island nation from a list of terror sponsors, visits there by Secretary of State John Kerry and the president, a commission to establish how the U.S. can promote “normalization” and agreements to share “science,” mail, flights and even law enforcement.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

U.S. Removed Cuba from Terrorist List After Hezbollah Opened Base on Island

A few years before the Obama administration removed Cuba from the U.S. list of nations that sponsor terrorism Hezbollah established an operational base on the communist island, according to intelligence received by Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State. The information comes straight from electronic mail released by the…

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Obama Bows to Castro as Cuba Violates Human Rights, Jails Dissidents

The day President Obama made global headlines for bowing to and shaking hands with Cuba’s communist dictator political dissidents on the island were arrested by the regime for peacefully celebrating International Human Rights Day. It’s a typical crackdown by Cuba’s oppressive communist government that’s unlikely to receive mainstream media attention,…

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New Treasury Documents Reveal Terms of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s May Cuba Trip

(Washington, DC)–Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained records from the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) revealing that singers Beyoncé and Jay-Z may have violated the terms of the travel agreement under which they traveled to Cuba by engaging in tourism activities.  The Sir…

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