Michael Fernandez
In Cuba, a self-sustaining, repressive machine (still)

In 1886, Cuba’s liberal reformers and their allies in the international community pressured the Spanish government into abolishing the institution of slavery. Whereas in the […]

New wave of socialists, fascists recalls past

Ideas are hard to kill — even bad ideas. This is an unfortunate truth. The previous two generations stormed the beaches of Normandy and went […]

Martinez, Bush take lead toward a free Cuba

During the summer, I had the pleasure of working on former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez’s U.S. Senate campaign in my hometown of […]