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300,000 Puerto Ricans Projected to Leave Island in Two Years

The Puerto Rico government should encourage more Individual Investors to bring more capital and jobs to Puerto Rico, to turn Puerto Rico into a success story like Singapore, which changed from a 3rd world country to a 1st world county, … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico government continues paying all government workers, even those NOT working while at home. Now PR wants to give them an extra $500 bonus.

Where is the shared sacrifice?  There are already too many government workers in Puerto Rico relative to the overall population.  It’s easy to give away money that’s not your own.  Taken to its logical conclusion, this is a race to … Continue reading

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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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Puerto Rico Senator Is Arrested in Corruption Case

    Puerto Rico Senator Is Arrested in Corruption Case Federal prosecutors said that when he was a mayor, Senator Abel Nazario and two aides illegally used tax money to pay five campaign workers. Senator Abel Nazario Quiñones, seen here … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico tourism craters in wake of Hurricane Maria

http://caribbeanbusiness.com/puerto-rico-tourism-craters-in-wake-of-hurricane-maria Puerto Rico tourism craters in wake of Hurricane Maria By The Associated Press on October 24, 2017 SAN JUAN — The narrow blue cobblestone streets of Old San Juan are deserted. Cigar shops are boarded up. Boutiques in bright … Continue reading

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What Puerto Rico Can Teach Us About the Minimum Wage

Minimum wages are contrary to free and fair markets.  If an unskilled person is not worth what an employer is forced to pay through unjust minimum wage laws, the employer will instead choose more automation or choose to not employ … Continue reading

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Gamestop to close ALL stores in Puerto Rico

This is an example of what happens with excessive government regulations strangling the private sector. In PR, the private sector is being squeezed by the government sector, with far too many government employees sucking the life out of PR. The … Continue reading

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