Vol. 6 No. 11

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PIP Senator Asks Justice To Investigate PDP Despite Calderon’s Objections, Vieques Case To Be Taken To U.N. Again, Governor Requests SEC PDP Audit, Navy Allegedly Unable To Practice Without Waiver, SIP Rejects Vega Alta Mayor Case, Martin: Electoral Reform Is The Only Way, Calderon Announces Revamping Of 18 Urban Centers

9/ 11: Family Life Put On Hold, Puerto Rican Toll Unknown, April Vieques Exercises Set, More Protests Threatened, Bush OKs Island Benefits, Dominican Immigrants Detained, SIP Asked For Vega Alta Mayor, Support For Contamination Investigation, Navy Favors Live Ammunition, Homeless Threaten Protests During Miss Universe

Democratic Primary Fight In Chicago March 19th

No Taxes — No Representation
Should Puerto Ricans be Required to Pay Federal Income Taxes?


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Section 936: Dead On Arrival

Will More Money Mean More Problems For The Puerto Rico Olympic Committee?

License Plate Patriotism

The Business Of Colonialism, Part III

Congress’ Section 956 Cost Projection Is 25 Times Higher Than Calderon’s Estimate… Acevedo Repeatedly Errs -- Or Misleads…

PDP Denies Involvement In Rodriguez’s Illegal Transactions, Governor Defends Correa, Doubts Surround Political Donations

Wyndham Indulges Couples Seeking Romance

New Latino Plays Take Center Stage

The Rap Scene's Spanish Flavors

González Feels At Home With Rangers

Rape Victims Less Willing To Report To Police


Joxel Garcia, Connecticut Public Health Commissioner

Senate Committee Approves Assembly To Discuss Status Issue, New Controversy Surrounds The Puerto Rican Day Parade

Candidates In No Rush To Woo Hispanics

The Port Of The Americas: If We Build It, Will They Come?

Chamber Of Commerce Weighs In On Government’s Proposed Fiscal Moves

Local Florsheim Stores To Stay Put After Company Sells Assets

Island´s European Trade Office Undergoing Transformation

Hispanics' Place In The Sun

Castro For U.S. Congress…

No Holds Barred In Mudfest; Castro-Gutierrez Matchup Interesting If Nothing Else

Una Gran Problema For The GOP: Sanchez, The Hispanic Michael Bloomberg, Picked In Texas

Puerto Ricans Play a Big Role in N.Y., But Elsewhere Mexicans Hold Sway

Scientists Seek A Genetic Cause for Diabetes

Biggest Spanish-Language University Portal Launched In Mexico

Village Set For War As U.S. Navy Returns

Facing Life On The Outside After Death Row



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,264,464.56

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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