On this Episode,
Professor Ana M. Lòpez, director of the Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute at Tulane University, joins us to talk about historic demonstrations in Cuba. What lead to this and do the protestors have a chance to succeed without U..S intervention? You'll hear her opinion of what can be done, what should be done, and what most likely will be done.
Also joining us is Jonathan Myerson Katz, an author and AP correspondent know for his reporting on Haiti to talk about the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. He weighs in on what happened and talks about the last 100-years of US involvement in Haiti that lead to the turmoil that nation is struggling through today.
Finally, Thom and Tony spend happy hour figuring out just how wet a wobbly moon will make Key Biscayne.