Cubanarama is back on the Blog Talk saddle read more
Wishing all of you the best! read more
Merry Christmas from Cubanarama Radio read more
Wishing Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving! read more
ecently ISIS/ISIL or whatever they call themselves posted a slick highly edited video showing lots of propaganda footage along with a much choreographed beheading party of a bunch of prisoner’s to finish up with head Peter Kassig. A person who was reported to be there to help the people in the area and who converted to Islam while in captivity. read more
I hear a lot about how our government is planning and preparing for Ebola so I decided to review the House Oversight Committee Ebola Response hearing and am surprised how what is being said by the President, CDC, HHS and DHS about how they are prepared and not to worry. But what is being presented at the hearing seems to tell a different story… read more
Hope everyone had a safe and Happy Halloween! read more
Special guest: Dane Wigington has an extensive background in solar energy. He is a former employee of Bechtel Power Corp. and was a licensed contractor in California and Arizona. read more
Prayers for all Americans here and abroad. God protect this great country!
Thank You Lord & thank you America for giving me the gift and the honor of being able to relocate to the USA and become your adopted daughter.
America has given me everything my own country of birth has taken away.
I love America… read more
Luis González nació en La Habana, Cuba, donde pasó los primeros siete años de su vida. Su madre, viuda y con tres hijos, huyó del estado comunista con sus niños en remolque. La familia se mudo a Culver City, California, un municipio de Los Ángeles. Aunque lejos de su patria, Luis se dio cuenta que llevaba a Cuba en el alma, en su sangre cuando en el sexto grado, hizo un reporte sobre su país y ahí comenzó una relación amorosa con su patria que continúa hasta el dia de hoy. read more