Author Archives: Richard Ferreiro

Power Kills: Cuba or Freedom

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   Cuba 1958, unemployment became a significant problem as graduates entering the workforce could not find jobs. The middle class, which was comparable to that of the U.S., became increasingly dissatisfied with unemployment and persistent political persecution. [1] The United … Continue reading

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Cuba: Paradise for Foreigners, Orphanage for Cubans

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Three part series that explores the past century of economic and political influence that defined the imperial policies of the United States towards Cuba, up to and including the recent revelations of blatant human rights violations occurring at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. Continue reading

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Committee Study on CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program

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On December 3th of this year the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released a damning 525 page report on the Central Intelligence Agency’s Detention and Interrogation Program. This of course is the Executive version of the 6700 page report which … Continue reading

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Anti-Austerity Protest in Spain Turns Violent

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“La verdad de los pueblos, es la historia que hacen, la historia que exigen y la historia que flota sobre un mar de injusticias”. “The true history of nations is the history they make, the history they demand and the … Continue reading

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