Vol. 6 No. 21

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Commonwealth Resolution Called Irrelevant, Insulting, Pesquera: Higher Taxes Target Working Class, Governor Endorses Jeb Bush, UN To Evaluate Island’s Status, A Year After Creating Jobs, Navy Cuts Them, Calderon’s Lobbying Expenses Criticized, Pataki’s Ads Target Puerto Ricans

Religious Leaders Endorse Anti-Pornography Legislation, Public Campaign Funding Questioned, McClintock Criticizes Calderon's DC Affairs, Schering-Plough To Pay Record $500M, NPP Input In Unity, Consensus Committee Rejected, 200 Reservists Leave For Middle East, Mercado: Don’t Engage Bush On Status, Priest Removed From Duties

Puerto Rican Legal Status Is A Flag Of Convenience

Puerto Rican Legal Status is a Flag of Convenience
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The Little Guys Are Paying For The Big Numbers In This Year’s Budget

Don Félix, Can You Say "Wet Blanket?"

It’s Been 50 Years Of Political Fantasy

Calderon May Call National Powers Plan "A New Covenant", Acevedo Embarrassed As House Committee Passes Constitution Resolution

Miss Universe 2002 Returns To Puerto Rico: Marc Anthony To Perform On May 29th CBS TV Broadcast

Pageant Contends With World's Political, Safety Woes…Donning Black Bikinis, Muslim Contestants Say They're At Peace With Religion

Nationhood: Putting Out More Flags

Another Bird-Brained Idea

Census Shows More US Residents Speaking Spanish At Home

Media Players Say 'Si' To Latino Magazines

Latino Notes

Garcia Designation Fuels Bipartisan Anger

Ricky Martin Gets Royal Concert Date

La India's About More Than Just Salsa

Contest Helps Hispanic Playwrights Raise Their Voices

Puerto Ricans Clamor For Saint In Sad Times


Wilson Alers: 2002 Florida Small Business Person Of The Year

A Leaner, Meaner Police Department: A New Approach To Crime Fighting

Worry Increases Over SUV Excise Tax Hikes 

Daily Media Mix Study Of Puerto Ricans Unveiled

PuertoRicoWOW.com Launches New Travel Section

Carnival Unveils: 6-Port, 7-Day Cruise From San Juan This Fall

Banco Popular Launches 'Programa Acceso Popular'

Latinos Making Mark In N.J. Mayoral Races

Gloria Tristani, Domenici's N.M. Challenger Has Tough Climb

GOP Latino Panel Gets Local Voice

There's Plenty Of Blame For Fiasco At Park



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,081,942.04

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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