Category Archives: culture and cycle of dependency

Puerto Rico Governor Announces additional $787 million Relief Package Amid Covid-19 Outbreak

If there are 3.1 million people living in Puerto Rico, that equates to about $305 per person.  $787 million plus $160 previously allocated = $947 million/3.1 million people = $305 per person.  This will add close to $1 Billion more … Continue reading

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PR cockfighting community tries to preserve the right to have cockfighting

https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/againstcockfighting-2529027 Against cockfighting Kitty Block, an animal rights activist, says Congress won’t change the measure Tuesday, November 12, 2019 – 11:20 AM By Alex Figueroa Cancel Kitty Block, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the United States. (Archive) … Continue reading

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Peter Schiff, investor who moved from CT to PR for the Act 22 tax benefits, exposes selfish, misguided Puerto Rican politicians. Statehood will hurt PR, not help, by adding more taxes to its citizens. Episode 538

      Peter Schiff mentions how Puerto Rican politicians are working against the benefit of Puerto Rico and Puerto Rican citizens, when they push for statehood.   Schiff shows how Puerto Rico’s territorial status, NOT being a state, is better … Continue reading

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Economic Development Hindered by Nuisance Epidemic Due to an Excessive Number of Abandoned Properties in Puerto Rico

https://www.theweeklyjournal.com/politics/economic-development-hindered-by-nuisance-epidemic/article_665d9dfc-1078-11ea-8e34-6b515932c931.html Economic Development Hindered by Nuisance Epidemic Legal tools and federals funds available to address the issue Giovanna Garofalo, The Weekly Journal Nov 27, 2019 (Carlos Rivera Giusti/The Weekly Journal) While the local government endorses entrepreneurship and foreign investment to … Continue reading

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Hit by new natural disasters, with earthquakes, Puerto Rico’s woes deepened by corruption

With a long history of corruption and mismanagement in Puerto Rico, it would be irresponsible to be doling out recovery money without proper controls and oversight, to ensure the money benefits it’s citizens not just the politicians, elites, and well-connected. … Continue reading

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PUERTO RICO’S NEW GOVERNOR, Sila Maria Calderon, back in 2001, was said TO STALK CORRUPTION

This article from 2001 shows how corruption in Puerto Rico has been a problem for decades. https://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-2001-01-01-0101010330-story.html PUERTO RICO’S NEW GOVERNOR TO STALK CORRUPTION Ivan Roman, San Juan Bureau THE ORLANDO SENTINEL January 1, 2001 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — … Continue reading

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ANG Leaders: Puerto Rico Needs Its Own Disaster Relief Beddown Systems

What would it cost to buy these temporary housing units, and keep them in PR, instead of shipping them from OH to PR, then back to OH.  Probably far more economical to buy them. ANG Leaders: Puerto Rico Needs Its … Continue reading

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