Oversight Needed on U.S.-Cuba Embassy Deal

On the one-year anniversary of the resumption of U.S.-Cuba diplomatic ties, the Obama Administration should be pressed on whether Cuba is respecting Vienna Convention standards in its treatment of U.S. diplomats and the operation of the Embassy.

Obama's Migration Crisis: Flow of Cubans to U.S. Surges 500%

One of the most tragic consequences of Obama's shortsighted Cuba policy.

Clearly, the Cuban people aren't getting the "hope and change" message of the Obama-Castro deal.

And these numbers don't even take into consideration all of those who have been lost at sea -- like the 13 whose boat collapsed just this week.

Cuba Keeps Defaulting on Debts, Arkansas Congressman Unfazed

Imagine a scenario whereby a politician dedicated nearly all of his time and effort to providing financing to a notorious deadbeat.

Seems utterly irresponsible, right?

Yet that is the case with U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AR) and Cuba's Castro regime.

House Transportation Security Chair Leads Effort to Halt Cuba Flights

Rep. John Katko leads GOP effort to ground U.S. air travel with Cuba

U.S. Rep. John Katko on Tuesday led a House Republican initiative to halt all scheduled commercial air travel between the U.S. and Cuba, just ahead of plans to resume daily flights between the two countries.

As U.S. Agribusiness Lobbies for Credit, Castro Admits Debt Delinquency

Just last week, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and agribusiness interests launched a full-scale (and failed) lobbying campaign to try to secure credit for agricultural sales to the Castro regime.

Ironically, last Friday -- the day after these efforts were defeated in the U.S. House of Representatives -- Cuban dictator Raul Castro gave an economic update to his puppet National Assembly, where he admitted the regime's deadbeat status.

Amid Obama Bailout, Cuba Braces for Venezuelan Crisis

Cuba plans cuts in fuel, electricity consumption: sources

Cuba has ordered some state firms and joint ventures to reduce fuel and electricity consumption, a senior diplomat and the director of a foreign joint venture said on Thursday, in the latest sign a crisis in ally Venezuela is hurting the economy.

Carlos Beruff's Cuban 'Cuento' (Fairy-Tale)

Florida primary voters can't trust Carlos Beruff.

Just months ago, Beruff agreed with President Obama that the rights of the Cuban people should be relegated to business interests.

Here's what he said in favor of Obama's embrace of the Castro dictatorship:

"If human rights are the only reason we're not doing business with Cuba, then we're doing business with a lot of countries we shouldn't be doing business with."

Chairman McCaul's Cuban Visa Crisis

From the Homeland Security Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives:

Chairman McCaul's Cuban Visa Crisis

The Obama Administration Fast Tracks Cuba Relations, but Cuban Government Slow Rolls Visas