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Flake Denounced Trump’s Pardon of Arpaio, Applauds Obama’s Pardon of Cuban Terrorist’s

Humberto Fontova, “Regarding the Arpaio pardon, I would have preferred that the President honor the judicial process and let it take its course,”  Jeff Flake on Twitter.   Well, this very judicial process also convicted a Cuban terrorist/spy named Gerardo Hernandez for –among other crimes–conspiracy to murder U.S. citizens. The judicial process so revered by

Trump to pick retired Gen. Kelly for Homeland Security

President-elect Donald Trump plans to nominate retired Marine General John Kelly to lead the Department of Homeland Security, CBS News reported on Wednesday. Kelly, the former head of the U.S. Southern Command, has accepted the offer, CBS said, citing unidentified sources. Reuters has not independently confirmed the choice. Kelly, 66, would be the third general

Obama Invites Top Communist Military-Intelligence Officials to Inspect Vital U.S. Defense Facilities

Humberto Fontova,  In 2001 a group of Castroite spies in south Florida known as the Wasp Network were convicted of charges ranging from espionage to conspiracy to commit murder (of U.S. citizens.) They were sentenced to terms ranging from 15 years to two life sentences. According to the FBI’s affidavit, the charges against these KGB-trained

The Taliban Got Back Their Terrorists Now Castro Wants His

 It didn’t take long. Exactly two days after the announcement of the Berghal/Taliban-Five deal, Cuba’s Terror-Sponsoring (official classification by U.S. State Dept.) regime started clamoring for an Alan Gross/Cuban-Five deal. Alan Gross is a Jewish American held hostage by the Castro regime since December 2009 when he was arrested while distributing computers and satellite phones

œHere I come to save the day! Jimmy Carter offers to visit Venezuela

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Humberto Fontova, Last week Jimmy Carter fired off letters to Venezuela’s fraudulent President Nicolas Maduro and to Venezuela’s defrauded Presidential candidate Enrique Capriles expressing œgrave concern regarding the political turmoil and bloodshed convulsing their nation. From his pulpit at Emory University’s Carter Center, the former U.S. president calls for œdialogue among the embattled Venezuelan parties