Tag Archives: Cuba

Dan Proft: “Yes” to the Goodies. “No” to the Gulags.

Big government Democrat politicians are happy to be puppets of corporate interests so long as the strings don’t show. They need rhetorical deniability for the campaign trail.

Similarly, Democrat primary voters generally embrace socialism by any other name so long as you don’t lay bare the repressive implications. They too need rhetorical deniability so they may continue to tell themselves they are the true heirs of American values or “the thing,” as Joe Biden affectionately terms it.

Bernie Sanders flamed out on Super Tuesday because he couldn’t keep the revolutionary in him under wraps on 60 Minutes two weeks earlier.

Rather than sticking to his fairy tale of socialism as harmonious, Nordic-style communal living, Sanders let his true self show in the form of cringe-worthy praise for Fidel Castro’s literacy program in communist Cuba.

Democrat primary voters came to Bernie Sanders for the “free” goodies but they couldn’t stay for the gulags.

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Democrats in a Panic over Sanders Momentum


Townhall Review – February 29, 2020

Hugh Hewitt and Politico senior writer Jake Sherman take a look at the winners and losers from last Tuesday night’s Democratic debate.

Dennis Prager talks about Senator Bernie Sanders defense of some of the policies of late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

Mike Gallagher examines some of the shocking statements from Joe Biden prior to the debate in South Carolina.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Presidential assistant Peter Navarro about the Trump Administration’s efforts to combat the spread of the Coronavirus.

Sebastian Gorka talks with Dana Loesch about her book, “Grace Canceled,” and the trend to withhold grace.

Dennis Prager and Heather MacDonald, fellow at the Manhattan Institute, talk about her recent speech at a college where students were encouraged to intimidate and interfere with her speech.

Sebastian Gorka talk with actor Dean Cain about his faith and Hollywood’s reaction to those who express their faith.

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