This one from the Sun Sentinel.
Why bother Americans with what's really going on in Cuba, when we can give them sugar coated fluff pieces about "quaint" little colonial towns.
And why interview dissidents when you can quote bartender/historian Ramon Conrado:
"The Special Period brought us so many problems that we had to turn to tourism to keep the socialist revolution alive," Conrado said. "But tourism in some ways increases inequality. I can make perhaps $10 in tips in a day at this tourist restaurant, while a cane cutter makes maybe 40 cents a day. Socialism seeks equality for all."
"Socialized Misery" (a Charlie Bravoism) for all!