The Corner | National Review Online: "If the commanders of our culture — in the news media, in Hollywood, and in academia — did not feel so tenderly toward the Cuban dictatorship, González Leiva would be famous. As the heroes in apartheid South Africa were.
Last week, the Castros’ police beat the hell out of González Leiva and his wife, Tania Maceda Guerra. This is perfectly routine in that island paradise — the place where Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife honeymooned, the place where Jay-Z and Beyoncé celebrated their most recent wedding anniversary. (This was a few months after Beyoncé sang — lip-synched — at President Obama’s inauguration.) The police pummeled a blind man with their fists, as his hands were tied behind his back. "
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