While everyone is focusing on the North Koreans' alleged hacking of Sony, overlooked is that the real censors of American movies are the Chinese.
Are the fears of terrorism that caused Sony to cancel the Christmas release of The Interview justified? Is North Korea really behind the hacking? And why would release of The Interview provoke a terror attack against the American homeland when the Red Dawn remake and Olympus Has Fallen did not?
While Obama framed his latest decrees on U.S. relations with the brutal Communist Cuban dictatorship this week as a way to “help” the people of Cuba and serve “American interests,” he failed to mention an important detail of his life that may have played a role in the decision. More than a decade before becoming president, Obama launched his fledgling political career in the home of an unrepentant communist terrorist whose murderous organization was backed primarily by none other than the ruthless Castro regime in Havana. That terrorist, of course, was William Ayers, co-founder of the Weather Underground infamous for bombings, terror attacks, robberies, and murders across the United States.
A Census Bureau report released in the past week indicated that 65 percent of American children lived in households receiving aid from one or more federal programs, as of the fall of 2011. However, an earlier census report released in September showed that the poverty rate for children under 18 declined last year for the first time since 2000.
The release of Alan Gross, which was praised by the New York Times as a humanitarian move by the communist regime in Cuba, was cover for the real spy swap the Cubans had been seeking for years.