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Allan on June 12th, 2020

The so-called “Black Lives Matter” movement has become quite powerful.  Black  Lives Matter, or BLM as it’s colloquially known, has our elites figuratively, and sometimes, literally, kneeling before them and donating big bucks to their cause. What’s BLM really all about, and does it really help most black people? For the entire blog entry, click […]

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Both Mexico and Cuba bash the U.S. for our immigration policy, and have done so for years. But the funny thing is, Mexico and Cuba bash our policy for exactly opposite reasons. Mexico criticizes the U.S. for not (yet) having completely open borders for any Mexican who wishes to enter. Cuba criticizes the U.S. for […]

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Thousands of Cubans intending to arrive to the United States were stuck in Costa Rica and Panama.  But an international deal arranged for them to be airlifted and bussed through Central America, allowed free passage through Mexico, in order to arrive to the United States. Is it time to reconsider the Cuban Adjustment Act? For […]

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Allan on November 11th, 2015

Cuban dictator Raul Castro, the “President of the Council of State and President of the Council of Ministers,” has just paid a visit to Mexico. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published November 9th, 2015, on Mexidata.info.

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The much-ballyhooed opening of U.S.-Cuban relations, announced simultaneously by Barack Obama and Raul Castro in December, haven’t really amounted to much  yet. But  it has  created a stir among Cubans, who fear that regularization of relations might lead to – gasp – Cubans being treated like other immigrants to the United States.   After years of […]

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In December of 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raul Castro simultaneously announced the “normalization” of U.S.-Cuban relations. Despite all the hoopla, the normalization is still really a proposal and there are many details to be resolved.  And how might it affect Mexico? To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan […]

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Allan on January 4th, 2015

President Obama has recently announced his intention to chamge U.S. Cuba policy.   How is that going to turn out? Coincidentally, my family and I visited Cuba last summer.  (See Our Summer 2014 Trip to Mexico and the Island-nation of Cuba.) Cuba has been a communist country since 1959.  It has been  isolated from the […]

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Allan on December 16th, 2014

My family and I visit Mexico each summer.  This past summer, while visiting Mexico, we took a side trip to the island-nation of Cuba, where we spent a week.  It was a fascinating visit. Americans are forbidden by the U.S. government to visit Cuba as tourists, but are allowed to visit Cuba for cultural, scientific or religious […]

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