Vol. 6 No. 7

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PIP Repudiates `50 Years Of Colonialism' , $40M Cut In Economic Development Agencies Decried, Unions To Lobby For 956, $500K For Commonwealth’s 50th Anniversary, Navy Rejects Live Fire, Electoral Reform Proposed, Pesquera: People Will Pay For Budget Disaster, Reform Should Have Parties OK

France Seeks P.R. Trade Ties, Electoral Reform Bill Ready, Gov’t To Defend Commemorative License Plates, Calderon Warns Against Corruption, De La Hoya Will Retire After Vargas Fight, PDP Opens Telemarathon Books, Justice Investigating Cruzado, Bill To Allow Controller To Probe Donations Filed

"State Of The Commonwealth"

Calderon’s 2003 Budget: Rewarding Public Employees At The Expense Of The Public At Large


Should the Puerto Rico Government devote island resources to register mainland voters??

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The Colonialism Business In Puerto Rico, Part 2

Is Félix Trinidad Sr. Out Of Line To Try To Stop The P.R. Boxing Commission From Giving John Ruiz Boxer Of The Year Honors?

Washington Update

Cold Water Thrown On Calderon Corporate Tax Exemption Request.…

Reactions To Commonwealth Address
Follow Party Lines, A "Publicity Stunt"

License Plate Debate Bares Deep-Seated Emotions About U.S. Territory's Status

Men Feel More Romantic On Vacations Than Women

A Conversation With Sila Calderón

Requena's Subway In The City

A Rising Star From Another Levittown

Ride On Over For Mexican Cuisine

Drugs, Politics Fuel Scandals In Puerto Rico

An Alternative To Vieques

Political Pandering To Minority Groups

Cruise Lines: Friend Or Foe? Shape Up Or Ship Out!

Defense Spending Boom Missing Puerto Rico

Mandarin Oriental To Open $150M, Five-Star Hotel At Palmas Del Mar

New Centralized Office Of Statistics Taking Shape

Wal-Mart Acquires Supermercados Amigo

A Helping Hand After A Mother's Death


Melendez Relishes 2nd Chance

Candidates Try to Fathom New York's Shifting Voters

Spanish Lessons Are On The GOP Agenda

A Hispanic Voice… Moving Forward

The Hispanic Boom

Southwest Governors' Races Take On An Hispanic Flavor



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,264,728.70

subsidizing the Puerto Rico Commonwealth,
and it's costing them $22,821,918.52 more each and every day of the year!

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