#176: President Obama Erases Yet Another Red Line
Aired Friday, February 26, 2016 · 07:00 AM CST · 56 minutes
In December, President Barack Obama said he was open to visiting Cuba sometime before leaving office, but he first wanted to see more freedom for ordinary citizens. Without such progress, he said in an interview, he was unlikely to visit the Communist island nation. Then in January, the Castro regime arrested 1,474 dissidents—the second-highest number ever. Despite Cuba’s worsening human rights record, President Obama announced this week that he will soon pay a visit to Cuba, effectively erasing yet another red line. For more, listen to Stephen Flurry on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.