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  1. Ra l the Reformer and Other Cuban Fablesby Jos C rdenasIn the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 16 | National Review Online

    Castro, who succeeded his brother Fidel in 2008, was "a pragmatic reformer," they maintained - he recognized the country's desperate need for change. Despite the lack of evidence that , murderous Communist, the experts insisted that he would boldly usher in a liberalizing transition to a Chinese- or Vietnamese-style "mixed economy" and that the U.S. needed to get in the game to "help" the process along.

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  2. No Republicans Need Applyby Kevin D. WilliamsonOne of the less...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2017 | National Review Online

    Earlier this week, I expressed what seemed to me an unobjectionable opinion: that politics has a place, that politics should be kept in its place, and that happy and healthy people and societies have lives that are separate from politics. The response was dispiriting but also illuminating.

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  3. The Struggle for Freedom Continues in Cubaby Mario T. de la PenaFidel ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2017 | National Review Online

    Fidel's brother, RaAol, "president" of the island nation for most of the last decade, has shown no signs of ending the political oppression and human-rights violations that define the regime. To be sure, RaAol has made a few minor reforms out of necessity, to open up the economy.

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  4. Impromptus: What Trump calls Schumer, &c.by Jay NordlingerOne great...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2017 | National Review Online

    His behavior matters. The example he sets matters. The president sets a tone in the country .

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  5. The End of - Wet Foot, Dry Foot' Reihan Salam 13 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2017 | National Review Online

    This week, President Obama brought " wet foot, dry foot " - the policy whereby Cuban migrants who make it to U.S. soil are granted automatic parole and immediate access to safety-net benefits - to an end. Critics of the Castro regime, including Florida senator Marco Rubio, have taken exception to the decision, on the grounds that it might threaten the well-being of Cubans who legitimately fear political persecution back home.

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  6. A Farewell Noteby Thomas SowellEven the best things come to an end....Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 27, 2016 | National Review Online

    After enjoying a quarter of a century of writing this column for Creators Syndicate, I have decided to stop. Age 86 is well past the usual retirement age, so the question is not why I am quitting, but why I kept at it so long.

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  7. The Parochial Progressive Obsession with Ayn Randby Kevin D....Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | National Review Online

    A few of those are true-believing libertarians and there's the odd nutty Objectivist, but many people are attracted to Rand not because of her politics but because they have heroic conceptions of themselves and thrill to Rand's heroic aesthetic. There's just something about executives and celebrities.

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  8. Fidel Castro: Homophobeby Deroy MurdockThe curtain finally fell on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | National Review Online

    The seemingly immortal Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died November 25 at age 90. Castro operated a giant Alcatraz from 1959 to 2008 before dynastically handing the jailhouse keys to his dauphin and brother, RaAol. Often forgiving, sometimes glowing, encomia to Castro by such leftists as President Obama and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada skate past Fidel's epic homophobia.

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  9. The Media Has Been Reporting Fake News about Castro and Cuba for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | National Review Online

    As someone whose inbox has lately bulged with items about Hillary Clinton's impending demise due to a concealed, terminal illness; who has shaken her head at "breaking news" that Turkish coup plotters had gotten their hands on NATO nuclear weapons at Incirlik air base; and who has sighed at the endless iterations of stories like the "47 Clinton friends who mysteriously turned up dead," I don't deny that misinformation, disinformation, rumors, and malicious gossip appear to have achieved new salience in the national conversation. I shun right-leaning publications and sites that traffic in this sort of drivel.

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  10. Fidel Castro's Admirers: The Dunce, the Coward, and the Criminalby...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2016 | National Review Online

    But I don't argue about Fidel Castro, who finally died at long last on Saturday. The reason is partly personal; my mother left Cuba at the age of 13 with her family after Castro's terror unfolded across her happy homeland.

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  11. The Ten Most Outrageous Reactions to Castroa s Deathby Austin YackOn...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2016 | National Review Online

    Yet, as many public figures penned their thoughts on Castro's death, they opted to overlook his inhumane, tyrannical actions and highlight the positives. "Fidel Castro will be remembered as a giant among global leaders whose view was not only one of freedom for his people but for all of the oppressed and excluded peoples on the planet," Higgins said.

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  12. Outlaw Librariansby Kevin D. WilliamsonCuba is a country with outlaw...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2016 | National Review Online

    A great deal has happened since Fidel Castro launched his first attack on the Cuban government of caudillo Fulgencio Batista in 1953. Castro was arrested after his failed assault on the Moncada Barracks, and Batista pardoned him instead of simply having him shot.

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  13. Fidel Castro: The Death of a Tyrantby The EditorsThe headline over...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2016 | National Review Online

    In any case, the headline expressed a view of Castro that many people have, all over the world: Castro as defier of the yanqui colossus and its imperialism. But that is a U.S.-centric view.

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  14. Fidel Castro and Dead Utopianismby George WillWith the end of Fidel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2016 | National Review Online

    Experience suggests there will always be tyranny tourists in flight from what they consider the boring banality of bourgeois society and eager for the excitement of sojourns in "progressive" despotisms that they are free to admire and then leave. , there were many apologists for Josef Stalin's brutalities, which he committed in the name of building a workers' paradise fit for an improved humanity.

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  15. The Truth about Fidel and Raulby Ted CruzTwo decades of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2016 | National Review Online

    There is more than enough evidence to judge the Castros' legacy for what it is: the systematic exploitation and oppression of the Cuban people. wo decades of "Castro-is-dead" rumors are finally at an end.

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  16. At the U.N., Another Obama Kowtow to the Castro Regimeby Elliott...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2016 | National Review Online

    Needless to say, President Obama is very proud, Ben Rhodes is very proud, John Kerry is very proud, and our ambassador to the U.N., Samantha Power, is especially proud. Power's remarks to the General Assembly were a perfect rendition of the Obama approach to Cuba, which is to say they were full of apologies about the United States and falsehoods about Cuba.

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  17. 20 Years after Welfare Reform, Conservatives Should Build on Its...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2016 | National Review Online

    What followed was sweeping legislation to fight this battle with big government's bluntest instrument: open-ended cash benefits to the poor, which would have consequences for decades to come. Family breakdown, extended joblessness, and dependency that trapped generations of people in poverty are all problems that, although they did not begin with Johnson's Great Society programs, took much deeper root in America during the decades that followed.

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  18. Oswaldo Pay : A Story of Injusticeby Halvorssen & Gonz lezToday marks ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2016 | National Review Online

    Despite the Castro regime's perpetual smear campaign against him - the government has labeled him a "worm" and a "mercenary" - Paya is internationally recognized as the most prominent Cuban activist of the last 25 years in the Communist island. In 1988, Paya founded a political movement to promote democratic transition in Cuba.

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