Inside Miami's Radio Mambi, the ultimate bastion of anti-Castro rhetoric on Miami's radio waves, the regulars take a moment to pose for Miami's Cuban Connection. In the photos: Lourdes "D'Kendall" Bertot in yellow; Ninoska Perez Castellon in Pink; and author/journalist Enrique Encinosa. Criticized by some for their hardline stance and their conservative commentary, they have remained staunch voices for the exile right. "That's what freedom of speech is all about," Perez said. Catch them on 710 AM. This week, the station took a tough stance against illegal immigrants, saying they wouldn't support the many pro-immigration marches around the country because they were the product of leftist groups.