Vol. 6 No. 31

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Calderon: Respect SEC Rulings, Embattled Gracias Won’t Seek New Judicial Term, Extended Latin American Ties Sought, Probe Of Public Funds Used For Governor's Address, US Status Group Yet To Meet, Parties Criticize SEC Over Allegations That 16 Legislators Are Possible Electoral Law Violators, Multiple Sites To Replace Vieques

Pereira Defends FUPI Action, PDP: Consensus Mandate Misunderstood, Ruiz Retains Title, Statehood Hailed At Barbosa Rally, PIP Protests 50th Celebration, Berrios Praises Governor, Calderon Demands Commonwealth’s Development, Pesquera Chastizes Governor, Offers 6-Step Status Plan, Mainland Targeted For Anti-Navy Campaign

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Do Mainland Puerto Ricans Identify With Island Political Issues?

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Blowback: Allegations Of Electoral Law Violations Reach La Fortaleza

Despite Victory, Ruiz Gains No Respect As Heavyweight Champion

Why The U.S. Senate Has Not Celebrated The Anniversary Of Puerto Rico’s Constitution

What is Best For Puerto Rico, Future Up To Islanders, Middle Course Has Served Island Well, Anything But Commonwealth, Not Ready For A Permanent Change

Paying Tribute To A Shared Heritage, Bloomberg Says Puerto Ricans Should Control Their Destiny

Puerto Rico Profiles

Maj. Gen. Orlando Llenza (Ret)

After 50 Years, Islanders Long For Next Step

Governor: PDP Followed Election Law, Arce, McClintock File SEC Motions, Diaz Saldaña A Blue Ribbon No-Show, Don’t Count CRB Out, Fortaleza Wants Pesquera In Talks, NPP Cites July 25 Irregularities

Anniversary Hailed, Criticized: Torn 3 Ways On Big Day, Celebration Splits & Divides Puerto Ricans On Future

Natives Return To Their Enchanted Island

In Puerto Rico, A Milestone; In New York City, Not Much Celebrating

Changes In El Barrio, Identity Interesting & Confusing, New Arrivals Strive To Get A Toehold On The Future, NJ Home To 1 In 10 Mainland Puerto Ricans

In Touch With Latinos: Bloomberg, Other Republicans Cultivating Ties

Both U.S. And Island Have Been Shaped By Steady Back-And-Forth Migration

Going From The Old Urban Barrios To The Sunny New Promised Land

Living La Vida Local In The Neighborhoods, Population Growth Brings Continuing Challenges

Will A New Wave Of Tropical Modernism Restore San Juan's Luster?

The Pyrrhic Victory Of Expelling The U.S. Military

Mayor Mike: Making The Case For Confidence In New York, And For The Future Of The U.S. Economy

Wyeth To Invest $250 Million More In Local Plants

Stubbe To Build La Cala De Dorado Beachfront Community

Mofongo Stand Drives Manny's American Dream

Puerto Rican Port In Deep Water

Goya Scores With All-in-One-Aisle Approach

Latinos' Growth Not Reflected In Politics… Puerto Ricans Make Political Gains, Slowly

Baseball World Cup: U.S., Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Everyone Else

The Concept Of Photography

No Mistaking Luis Lopez's Turnaround



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

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Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

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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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