If I want to blog, all I have to do is log in, write down my thoughts, click spell check, and publish. And you're free to read this entry and countless others across the Internet.
But it's a different story in Cuba. Access to Yoani Sanchez's blog is blocked there, and even though she has a journalism prize waiting for her in the U.S., Cuba's Communist government will not allow her to travel here to accept it.
This story reminds me of a string of freedoms we have that Cuba's residents don't: freedom of speech, freedom of the press... Which freedoms do you think we take for granted the most?
Carl Azuz, Anchor