Category: Cuba

It’s been 46 years since Joanne Chesimard killed Werner Foerster

By Matt Rooney _ It’s been 46 years since domestic terrorist Joanne Chesimard murdered New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster before fleeing to Cuba. She’s still hiding down there, safely out of reach of U.S. officials. The FBI put a Read More

Menendez needs to explain his contradictory views on Cuban, Trump travel bans

By Matt Rooney _ The highest court in the land has settled the issue of President Trump’s travel ban, Save Jerseyans. But the severely-admonished Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) isn’t prepared to let it go.  “Today is a sad day for American institutions, and Read More

Guadagno’s running mate, a Cuban immigrant, thinks the Dem ticket sounds too much like what he left behind

2017 N.J. Gubernatorial candidate Kim Guadagno‘s running mate Carlos Rendo knows what far-left economics can do to families. His own family escaped such a regime, about 90 miles off the coast of Florida. Running this year for statewide office, the Read More

SICK: Women’s March Honors Birthday of N.J. State Trooper’s Fugitive Murderer

Joanne Chesimard, the Black Liberation Army member hiding in Cuba after murdering New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike in 1973, has long eluded American justice and vexed New Jersey public officials as well as the public at large. Donald Trump made headlines Read More

Christie, Menendez pushed Trump to name Joanne Chesimard in Cuba speech

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s call for Cuba to extradite convicted New Jersey cop killer Joanne Chesimard came after he and members of his administration had conversations with Gov. Chris Christie and U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez. Trump drew bipartisan praise Read More

Trump Spikes ‘One-Sided’ Cuba Deal Until N.J. Cop Killer Chesimard, Other Fugitives Handed Over

Joanne Chesimard, the Black Liberation Army member hiding in Cuba after murdering New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster on the New Jersey Turnpike in 1973, has long eluded American justice and vexed New Jersey public officials as well as the public at large. The Obama Administration repeatedly ignored Read More