US-Cuba Day Today

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Steve Clemons Miami Airport_1.jpg
(Steve Clemons rushing a last blog post a month ago on Senator Chuck Hagel’s “non-campaign campaign” before jumping on a flight from Miami to Havana)
Folks, I have been chasing down some more important material on Paul Wolfowitz’s past. It will be up later today I hope, tomorrow morning at the latest.
Until then, I am doing a lot of work on US-Cuba policy today. Tomorrow, it’s back to the Middle East.
More soon.
— Steve Clemons

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4 comments on “US-Cuba Day Today

  1. Carroll says:

    Way to go Steve! Good,good good work.
    If you can influence and help change our Cuba policy it will be right up there with your success in putting Bolton out.

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  2. profmarcus says:

    in my recent treks through the miami airport, i was suprised to see what essentially seems to be air shuttle service between miami and havana, with frequencies of every couple of hours… since passengers on those flights could only be those going under official u.s. government auspices (family members exercising their once every three years visiting rights or folks like you on your recent approved visit with larry wilkerson), i’m left to wonder how such traffic can support the number of flights and what are the demographics of the passenger manifests…

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  3. erichwwk says:

    Steve writes:
    Folks, I have been chasing down some more important material on Paul Wolfowitz’s past. It will be up later today I hope, tomorrow morning at the latest.
    Excellent!
    You know I consider Paul the glue that holds the neocon/fascist world dominance ideology together. Now that PBS is hosting America’s Leni Riefenstahl, it is more important than ever that the serious US war criminals be brought to justice.
    Without his role in establishing Team B w/ Rumsfeld, Cheney, and GHB’s help (I assume you’re familiar with their power source- Operation Artichoke and Frank Olson, and Gerald Ford’s vulnerability), the US today would likely be a much different country. I hope you dig into Wolfovitz’s father, his connection to Wohlstetter and Sen. “Scoop” Jackson, as well as the High School recruitment of Perle. It is high time we honor United Nations resolution #1.
    I wish you well in this important and timely endeavor!

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