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This Week:

The US diplomatic representative to Cuba is protesting Fidel Castro's policy on political dissidents with a big Christmas display with a large "75" for the number of people sent to jail for being in the opposition.

China is now the world's leading producer of unsolicited email (or "spam"). Ironic, given that the same lawlessness that creates the perfect environment for criminal use of the Internet is also responsible for oppressing the human rights of a fifth of the world's population. Meanwhile, Bolshevik protesters tried to storm an office of the Kremlin this week to bring back the bad old days.

Some thoughts this week on why we still need a "hearts and minds" campaign against Communism. It's not just because it's alive and well in China...


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