Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R., Fla.) watched President Obama’s trip to Cuba with keen interest. She was born in that country. In 1960, when she was eight, she came to America with her family. She still has her return ticket, issued by Pan Am. The airline is long dead. The Castros live and rule on.
With Jay, Congresswoman Ros-Lehtinen talks about Obama’s trip: What does it mean? She speaks of the FARC, the Colombian terrorists, who, amazingly, attended that baseball game with Obama and Raúl. She speaks of the dissidents who are largely ignored and demoralized. And she asks, in essence, “Are we still America? Are we still the leader of the Free World?”More