I’ve heard from all the travelers on our recent trip to Cuba. Just like with the March travel group, everybody made it back through U.S. customs without problems. Nobody had their bags inspected. About half had their passports stamped in Havana. (I hope they consider these stamps to be their personal Badges of Honor.) It’s reassuring to know that at least a few of us Americans are doing our best to promote good relations with Cuba and a smooth transition to normalization. SOMEBODY has to do the job that our pathetic Congress won’t. It is also reassuring to be treated so well by U.S. customs agents as we returned to our homeland. They are in difficult positions. Those I’ve spoken with about the embargo are well aware of its absurdities. They are just doing their jobs, and they can be discretionary about whom they can send to Level 2 screening. Please be respectful and appreciative of their services.