Vol. 6 No. 18

Para ver esta página en español, oprima aquí.

Congress Asked To Celebrate Commonwealth Constitution’s 50th Anniversary, England: No Live Ammunition Will Be Used On Vieques, Santini Rules Out Pesquera Primary Challenge, Gov’t Criticized For Copying Rossello Projects, Calderon: Deficit Prevented Retaking Prasa, NPP Wants Prasa Selection Probe

Kennedy, Rivera Appeals Dismissed, Clean-Up Could Slow Navy Departure, Crime, Unemployment, Drugs Top Poll, Millions Spent On Prasa Consulting, Rodriguez Defends Navy Meeting, Still No Decision On Army South Relocation, Gun Buyers Get Prison, Governor Acknowledges Difficulty In 956 Approval, PRFAA Requests $9.2M

At the Kentucky Derby, Puerto Ricans Add To Racing Traditions

There’s Going To Be A Party — And You’re Invited
Does Puerto Rico’s Constitution Establish a Permanent Political Status?


Puerto Rico Herald Departments:
Updated Archives
Self-Determination Legislation
Puerto Rico Facts
U.S. Government
Join Mailing List
Contact Us!

Write your Member of Congress in Support of Puerto Rico Self-Determination!
House of Rep. Member Web Sites
Senate Member Web Sites
Write Your Rep. Write your Senator


Congressional Hispanic Caucus

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)


Know anyone who might enjoy the
Puerto Rico Herald?
Please ... Let them know!
  Full Name Email


Calderon Gets A "Gentleman’s C"

Trinidad Ready For May 11th Fight Versus Cherifi

Learning From La Lupe

Redefining The Meaning Of "Patriot’

Calderon Proposes Further ‘Concession’ To Save 956, Congress Expected To Extend Food Aid For Needy Puerto Ricans

Suez Unit Wins Prasa Contract, Bitter Reactions Follow


Figueroa Riding Path To Success

Probe Urged After Tear-Gassing

Protester Returns Home

Benefit Concert To Honor Hispanic Veterans

Hispanic Migration Soars, Diversifies, In Central Florida

Allentown Puerto Rican Parade Group Has New Name, Bigger Goal

Gun Control Tops Latino Concerns

Church's Spanish-Language Mass Attracts New Catholics

Citizens Give Opinions On Electoral Reform

Rare Giraffe Born At Puerto Rican Zoo

Osceola Woos Overlooked Hispanic Tourists

Interview With Jennifer Lopez

Sierra Stuck With It When His Career Plummeted

"I Love New York" Goes "Yo Quiero a Nueva York"

Festivities Make The Best Of A Taxing Situation

Advertising To Improve In 2002

Forging A New Vision: MBDA Director Visits The Island As Part Of Agency’s Efforts To Increase The Number Of Minority Owned Businesses

Ajili Mojili To Become 1st Upscale Latin Restaurant Franchise In U.S. Mainland

Hotel Success Depends On Private-Public Partnership

Star Kist Bought By Pridco For $4M

Caribbean Region Suffers Post-9/11 Job Losses

The Struggle With Celibacy

Courting Hispanics: Votes Could Shift House Control



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,263,143.85

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

For questions or problems regarding this site, please contact webmastr@puertorico-herald.org.

Business•Economics•Finance | Vieques | Sports & Entertainment | Puerto Rico Report | Forum | Status | Island Politics

Congress and the President | Plebiscite | Citizenship | Culture, Heritage Language | Puerto Rico Profiles | The Local Scene | Travel