It’s time to lift the Cuban embargo

Cuban kids posing for a shot during my 2006 trip to Havana



Barack Obama is the 11th American president to sit in the White House since Fidel Castro took over in 1959 and the 10th since Kennedy implemented a trade embargo against Cuba.

Yet here we are 50 years later wondering what can be done to bring democracy to Cuba.

While Obama is being cheered (and criticized in certain parts of Miami) for loosening restrictions on the embargo, his decision does nothing but revert the policy back to how it was during the Clinton Administration.

And all that does is grant freedom to a small segment of American citizens while denying the rest of us these same freedoms.

At least that’s the point I tried to make when I wrote today’s Miami Beach 411 article.

Cuban kids posing for a shot during my 2006 trip to Havana



Barack Obama is the 11th American president to sit in the White House since Fidel Castro took over in 1959 and the 10th since Kennedy implemented a trade embargo against Cuba.

Yet here we are 50 years later wondering what can be done to bring democracy to Cuba.

While Obama is being cheered (and criticized in certain parts of Miami) for loosening restrictions on the embargo, his decision does nothing but revert the policy back to how it was during the Clinton Administration.

And all that does is grant freedom to a small segment of American citizens while denying the rest of us these same freedoms.

At least that’s the point I tried to make when I wrote today’s Miami Beach 411 article.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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