Vol. 6 No. 24

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Calderon: Keep Padilla Jailed, Acevedo Vila Launches Website, Cemex Buys Puerto Rican Cement, Cintron Announces Resignation, Bombing May Resume In August, ‘Puerto Rican Taliban’ Should Not Affect Relations With U.S., Bird Recounts Everest Climb

Prepa Is Largest Source Of Contamination, NPP Legislators Denounce Construction Delays, Vizcarrando, Martin Ask U.N. To Support Puerto Rico’s Self-Determination, Acevedo Vila Still Hopes For Section 956 Amendment, Gov’t Negotiates Continuation Of Practices With Navy, Congress Prohibits Interstate Sale Of Fighting Cocks

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Bringing The Pork Back Home

Santos To Defend WBO Title On His Home Turf

Tristani Nominated For The Senate, Sharp Increase In Education Funds, Crackdown On Companies Moving Offshore May Hinder 956 Amendment

Singing A Nation's September Songs

Dirty Bombs And Civil Rights…Protect The Constitution…New Fears

Does Puerto Rico Deserve Independence?

U.S. Interior Offers Deal On Vieques: Joint Control Is Proposed

Mundo Runs For Cintron’s Post, NPP Chastises De Castro Font, Former Mayor’s Found Guilty

Marc Anthony’s "Mended" A Worthy Effort

Beisbol In Boston

Hispanics Find Road To NASCAR

Fifth Avenue Moves To A Salsa Beat On Puerto Rican Day: Parade Honors Heritage, Victims Of Sept. 11

Richardson And Sanchez To Face Off In November

In Many Churches, Icons Compete For Space


Elizabeth Vargas: Tuning In At The Top

Gay-Rights Movement Growing

Puerto Ricans, Holidays, Food Habits, Fare, Mofongo

What Are We Selling? A Struggle For Identity: Puerto Rico Has Failed To Establish A Brand Identity For Tourism

Successful Brands Evoke Mental Images And Perceived Experiences

Comar Puerto Rico Sold To New Local Cooperative

MCS Launches Media Campaign To Help Prevent Teenage Pregnancies

International Business Conference Covers Caribbean And Latin American Economies

Puerto Rico To Maintain Tax Break Pressure

Old Republican Habits Die Hard

Bush Could Bring Latino Voters To GOP Congress Candidates



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American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,262,087.28

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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