Tag: Cuba

Opinion

Condemn Castro, don’t praise him

Crowds gathered in Miami to celebrate the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro. SPECIAL TO THE ORACLE As nine days of mourning began in Cuba in the wake of Fidel Castro’s death on Nov. 25, Cuban-Americans began to celebrate in the streets of Miami’s Little Havana.  They celebrate the death […]

Opinion

First step to peace or matter of politics?

It had been nearly 90 years since a U.S president had set foot on Cuban soil, but President Barack Obama made a historic visit on March 20, in anticipation of finally ending a Cold War-era estrangement between the U.S. and Cuba.  Obama spoke in Cuba about his call for Congress […]

Opinion

U.S. should reconsider mending relations with Cuba

President Barack Obama’s upcoming trip to Cuba is quickly approaching. This month, Obama will be the first U.S. president to set foot on Cuban soil since President Calvin Coolidge 88 years ago. Obama made the announcement Feb. 18 on his Twitter account. “Next month, I’ll travel to Cuba to advance […]