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Are you angry at corruption by Puerto Rican politicians? Now you can donate online to an organization formed to combat corruption, dishonesty, incompetence, and mismanagement by government officials in Puerto Rico

A new organization was formed to fight dishonesty in Puerto Rico’s government, by filing lawsuits.  I don’t know why it took so many years for someone to come up with this great idea, as the average Puerto Rican has been … Continue reading

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Trump Lashes Out Again at Puerto Rico, Bewildering the Island

http://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/02/us/trump-puerto-rico.html Trump Lashes Out Again at Puerto Rico, Bewildering the Island A church destroyed by Hurricane Maria in Guaynabo, P.R., was still in disrepair in January. FEMA and other agencies have so far distributed $11.2 billion in aid to Puerto … Continue reading

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300,000 Puerto Ricans Projected to Leave Island in Two Years Due to Harmful Socialistic Policies Leading to a Lack of Good Job Opportunities

300,000 Puerto Ricans projected to leave in the next 2 years is a repudiation of Puerto Rican government policies that are crushing opportunity and the outlook for life in Puerto Rico.  The focus should be on long-term economic development creating … Continue reading

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How Socialism Destroyed Puerto Rico, and How Capitalism Can Save It

https://finance.townhall.com/columnists/peterschiff/2015/07/16/how-socialism-destroyed-puerto-rico-and-how-capitalism-can-save-it-n2025956 How Socialism Destroyed Puerto Rico, and How Capitalism Can Save It Peter Schiff | Posted: Jul 16, 2015 12:01 AM While Greece is now dominating the debt default stage, the real tragedy is playing out much closer to home, … Continue reading

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The PREPA debt deal and the future of Puerto Rico creditworthiness. Consequences of not honoring your commitments, not keeping your promises are a damaged reputation, breach of trust

How can the Puerto Rican government be trusted when they don’t honor their commitments?  When you declare bankruptcy, stiffing the creditors, the rates you pay on future loans, if you can get one at all, will be much higher. The … Continue reading

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Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day in Puerto Rico To Mitigate Protesting

We Puerto Ricans love a large vocal protest.  How else to make our voice heard against corruption and other problems? Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day Police to Close Certain Streets on Labor Day By CyberNews on April … Continue reading

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Senator Grassley says Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced’s suggestions in response to his letter “are unfortunate and untrue.” Why is the governor hiding information, not being transparent?

Why Is Governor Wanda Vázquez Garced’s administration hiding information about the scandalous awarding of Coronavirus testing kits?  Must we remind her about the scandal of finding the relief supplies that were hiding in Ponce after the January 2020 earthquake?  Where … Continue reading

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Why is the culture of corruption in Puerto Rico politicians so pervasive and persistent?

Donald Trump gets many things wrong, but he was right about Puerto Rico’s culture of corruption, incompetence, mismanagement. “Puerto Rico is one of the most corrupt places on earth. Their politicians are either incompetent or corrupt.” – Donald Trump Recent … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico – Corruption, Seems to be Systemic

https://www.globalsecurity.org/military/world/caribbean/pr-corruption.htm Puerto Rico – Corruption One aspect of Puerto Rico’s economy, of which little is known, is the informal, unregulated, and illegal underground economy. This is mostly a cash and service economy. The illegal trade of drugs, for example, has … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Untold Tale of Corruption – A Longstanding Ongoing Culture of Corruption

https://cfif.org/v/index.php/commentary/43/2990-puerto-ricos-untold-tale-of-corruption Puerto Rico’s Untold Tale of Corruption By Jeff Mazzella Wednesday, February 24 2016 All of these incidents raise the inevitable question: What else is going on in Puerto Rico? By now, many Americans are familiar with the public debt … Continue reading

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