July 30, 2021


By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Ok, this is nothing more than a personal rant so if you’re not in the mood let’s connect tomorrow. I cannot imagine any of us that have not gotten at least one phone call informing us our car’s extended warranty has expired and we should renew. Perhaps this is […]

Let Cuba Live—The movement standing up to Biden’s maximum pressure campaign

By Manolo De Los Santos and Vijay Prashad / Globetrotter On July 22, U.S. President Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris released a “fact sheet” on U.S. “measures” against Cuba. The release from the White House said that Cuba was a “top priority for the Biden-Harris administration.” On March 9, Biden’s Press Secretary Jen Psaki said, […]

OPINION: Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez initiated Saint Vincents New Airport

By Nathan Jolly Green July 01, 2021. According to the Cuban President, in May 2017, Luis Straker told the Cubans and an audience at the Cuban Embassy at Kitchen that Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez initiated the Argyle International Airport. According to Straker, they were the Argyle International Airport initiators, the largest ever infrastructure project […]

Why U.S. Policy Toward Nicaragua Isn’t Working

By John Perry / Independent Media Institute After the U.S.-Russian summit in June, there was no apparent irony in President Biden’s response to a question about electoral interference. “Let’s get this straight,” he said. “How would it be if the United States were viewed by the rest of the world as interfering with the elections directly […]

If you grew up with the U.S. Blockade as a Cuban, you might understand the recent protests differently

By Manolo De Los Santos and Vijay Prashad / Globetrotter During the early morning of July 17, Johana Tablada joined tens of thousands of Cubans as they gathered along the Malecón boulevard in Havana to stand with the Cuban Revolution. “We are human beings who live, work, suffer, and struggle for a better Cuba,” she […]

Sir Ronald Sanders: Cuba could help us normalise relations

By SIR RONALD SANDERS From The Tribune ALL may not be lost in the efforts to improve relations between the government of Cuba and the Biden Administration in the US, despite the rhetoric – most of it emanating from the Cuban government in the wake of protests by thousands across the island. The protests were […]

20 Years of U.S. Occupation was brutal in Afghanistan—and so will be the exit

Alongside the relief of ending the longest war in modern American history, we need to acknowledge the horrors of what we are leaving behind in Afghanistan. By Sonali Kolhatkar / Independent Media Institute When a reporter in early July asked Joe Biden a question about the war in Afghanistan, the U.S. president sniped back, saying, “I […]

The United States tries to take advantage of the price Cubans are paying for the blockade and the pandemic

By Manolo De Los Santos and Vijay Prashad/Globetrotter Cuba, like every other country on the planet, is struggling with the impact of COVID-19. This small island of 11 million people has created five vaccine candidates and sent its medical workers through the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade to heal people around the world. Meanwhile, the […]

England lose to Italy in penalty shootout

By Phil McNultyChief football writer at Wembley From BBC England’s bid to end their 55-year wait for a major trophy ended in the familiar agony of defeat in a penalty shootout as Italy claimed the Euro 2020 crown at Wembley. On a night of anticipation, tension and ultimate heartbreak in a feverish atmosphere, England looked […]

Sonic Conspiracy

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio When I hear the word conspiracy my mind immediately jumps to a negative pole: nasty people with evil intent conspiring to take over the world like Pinky and the Brain. But there are probably more good conspiracies than bad. Take for example Terri’s tomato garden. This year in Boulder […]