Vol. 6 No. 40

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Puerto Rico May Host Some Expo Games, Calderon: Santini “Doing Unacceptable Work In SJ”, Mug Shots Of NPP Leaders Disseminated, EPA Opposes Bay Filling For Port Of The Americas, Santini Rebuts Governor’s Denial That Crime Is Up 25%, Rare Feat For The Molinas, U.S. House Allots $50M For Urban Train

Berrios To Discuss CUPCO With Calderon, Hispanic, African-American Leaders Unswerving On Vieques, PDP Leaders Disagree With Action Against Mundo, Navy Free Speech Case Dismissed, Pesquera: High Voter Turnout Vindicates NPP, Puerto Rico In Northern Command, Mundo To Replace Cintron

Cordero: PDP Has Failed To Oust The Navy, De Castro Font Criticizes Pesquera For Flag Incident, Course On Commonwealth Constitution Televised, Navy Remains Committed To Leaving Vieques, Governor OK’s $620K For Anti-Navy Lawsuits, Jury Orders R.J. Reynolds To Pay Smoker's Son $500K

Is it time for Puerto Rican military volunteers — and their 4 million brothers and sisters on the island — to become full participants in the Democratic life of the United States?

Do Puerto Rican Military Volunteers Deserve The Vote?

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The PDP Needs To Give Mundo His Seat

Major League Baseball In Puerto Rico?

Clinton Medicare Increase For Puerto Rico Advances… Statehood President To Help Democrats In Contrast To “Democrat” Acevedo

Former U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh & Puerto Rico’s 1952 Constitution, Part I: "Not a compact with U.S. … Does not create a separate sovereignty."

McClintock: Many Puerto Ricans Support Statehood

The Illusion Of Enhanced Commonwealth

More Examples Of The Impact Of The Eternal Language Debate

Technology May Be Key For New Navy Training

Forks Woman Is Fined For Vieques Action

Juvenile Delinquency Statistics Unreliable…Targeted, La Perla Residents Say They Are Under Siege By Police


Artist Is Herself A Work In Progress… Cross-Country Runner Is In For The Long Haul

Boricua Hits Streets To Enlist Voters

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund Honors Hispanic Leaders at Inaugural Alumni Hall Of Fame Ceremony

La Raza Focuses On Disparities In Health Care…Hispanics Organize To Fight Diabetes

Arte Hispanico

Raices: The Roots Of Latin Music In New York City

Organic Market At Placita Roosevelt

Love May Not Be Enough To Bring Baseball To Puerto Rico

In Chelsea, Some Fish Stews Among The Pork Chops

Salsa Is Forever

Melinda Romero: Governor Lacks Interest In Crime…De Castro Font Makes Amends…Calderon Faults Rossello…NPP: To Sue If Mundo Isn’t Sworn In, Calls $299M Prasa Allocation A ‘Gift’ …PDP Seeks SJ Mayoral Candidate…Vizcarrondo: De Castro Font Switched For Reelection…Garcia San Inocencio Criticizes Police Operations

Cancer Center Engages Latinos: Puerto Rico The Model

Key House Race Loses Steam

It's Time For The Senate To Confirm Miguel Estrada…Don't Let Miguel Estrada On The Bench…Hispanic Caucus Opposes Nomination

The Need To Align Political Status With Emotional Reality

Economic Bombshell

U.S. Military Base Closures Could Cost Puerto Rico’s Economy More Than $1B A Year

Tourism Co. & Empresas Fonalledas Reach Agreement On Convention Center

DLJ Is New Landlord Of Ritz-Carlton San Juan Hotel

PRMA Strives To Be Local Manufacturing Business Broker

Construction/Real Estate Briefs

AOL Time Warner Venture Targets Spanish Readers



Puerto Ricans . . .
Earning Their Own Way

Puerto Rico . . .
Paying Its Own Way

American taxpayers have provided

$ 224,743,259,181.71

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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