(Washington Times) -- Just before Christmas, Major League Baseball (MLB) served up a home run to the Castro regime.
MLB, along with the Major League Players Association, announced a pact with the communist government to let Cubans play in the United States and Canada — but only if they leave their families behind, return after the season and forfeit a chunk of their salaries to the Cuban government. This makes them essentially slaves of the communist regime, like the rest of their countrymen.
Well-paid American baseball players pay taxes. But they don’t suffer communist oppression.
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