Category Archives: Puerto Rico economic crisis

Price controls CREATE shortages. Learn from what happened to Venezuela instead of making the same mistake!

If businesses are not allowed to set their own prices in a free market, they will stop supplying or supply less needed products like food and supplies. Read here to learn what happens as a result of price controls, in … Continue reading

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Debt Alone Won’t Crush Puerto Rico. Depopulation Is the Curse.

  https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-10-06/debt-alone-won-t-crush-puerto-rico-depopulation-is-the-curse Debt Alone Won’t Crush Puerto Rico. Depopulation Is the Curse. Erasing the island’s bond obligations would not be sufficient, if migration continues. by Megan McArdle October 6, 2017, 10:00 AM GMT-4 The trend lines in Puerto Rico are … Continue reading

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The mess of Puerto Rico, long before Hurricane Maria hit the island

  http://takimag.com/article/the_mess_before_maria_steve_sailer The Mess Before Maria by Steve Sailer October 04, 2017 photo credit: Bigstock Puerto Rico is a test case of whether nationalism is as dispensable as the heightening conventional wisdom assumes. Puerto Rico possesses many of the attributes … Continue reading

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Puerto Rican CEO: Local government ‘corrupt’ and ‘totally inexperienced’ in Maria cleanup

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/10/01/puerto-rican-ceo-sends-engineers-to-help-fema-efforts-calls-local-pols-inept.html Puerto Rican CEO: Local government ‘corrupt’ and ‘totally inexperienced’ in Maria cleanup Jorge Rodriguez, CEO of PACIV  (Twitter) The head of an international engineering firm in Puerto Rico said in an editorial Saturday that when the time came to … Continue reading

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How to get Tourists to Venture Across P.R’s Entire 100 x 35 miles?

Want more tourism?  Adopt common sense solutions to improve transportation and mobility.  The easier it is to travel, the more travel that will occur.  The harder it is to travel, the less travel that will occur. Allow luggage on buses … Continue reading

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Exodus From a Historic Puerto Rican Town, With No End in Sight

Exodus From a Historic Puerto Rican Town, With No End in Sight By FRANCES ROBLES JULY 16, 2017 An abandoned furniture store in Lares, P.R. The town in the mountainous heart of the Caribbean island has lost more people to … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico struggles to save historic buildings amid crisis

Another consequence of fiscal irresponsibility. http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/puerto-rico-struggles-save-historic-buildings-amid-crisis-48367251 Puerto Rico struggles to save historic buildings amid crisis By danica coto, associated press ·SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Jun 30, 2017, 2:30 AM ET In this June 22, 2017 photo, architect Andy Rivera … Continue reading

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