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What are the results of Democratic Socialism, aka Socialism?

A misguided reader in the comments section recently posted to promote Democratic Socialism, aka Socialism.  Socialism and Democratic Socialism are the same thing.  As this topic has become trendy in the US political climate recently, it shows that history needs … Continue reading

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Government perpetuates Socialistic cycle of dependency tendency in PR by delaying welfare work requirement for 4 years

Socialism lives on in PR! What politician will have courage to make the painful choices necessary for the long term good of Puerto Rico?  El Nuevo Dia is doing a great journalistic service by shining a light on this issue.  … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Democratic entrenchment fuels its own death spiral

Democrats in Puerto Rico INTENTIONALLY Keeping Power Off to Hurt Trump By Kevin Jackson – January 19, 2018 Democrats in Puerto Rico INTENTIONALLY Keeping Power Off to Hurt Trump The plot thickens in Puerto Rico. The Democrats there believe they … Continue reading

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Exodus from Puerto Rico grows as island struggles to rebound from Hurricane Maria

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/exodus-from-puerto-rico-grows-as-island-struggles-to-rebound-from-hurricane-maria/2018/03/06/b2fcb996-16c3-11e8-92c9-376b4fe57ff7_story.html Exodus from Puerto Rico grows as island struggles to rebound from Hurricane Maria by Arelis R. Hernández by Arelis R. Hernández Email the author National March 6 Email the author A neighborhood in Cayey, Puerto Rico, remains without power … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico should choose Capitalist policies not Socialist policies

Singapore is a much better model than Venezuela. https://seeingnotseen.blogspot.ca/2017/03/what-we-can-learn-about-economics-from.html Monday, 6 March 2017 What we can Learn about Economics from Scandinavia Lately there has been a lot of talk online about how successful the Scandinavian countries are, and their success … Continue reading

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What is Minimum Wage: Its History and Effects on the Economy

  http://www.heritage.org/testimony/what-minimum-wage-its-history-and-effects-the-economy What is Minimum Wage: Its History and Effects on the Economy June 26, 2013 31 min read James Sherk @JamesBSherk Research Fellow, Labor Economics As research fellow in labor economics at The Heritage Foundation, James Sherk researches ways … Continue reading

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Pulling people from poverty

  http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/may/16/ed-feulner-welfare-to-work-is-pulling-people-from- Pulling people from poverty Maine leads the way from welfare to work By Ed Feulner Monday, May 16, 2016 ANALYSIS/OPINION: “Go roll up your sleeves and go find out what poverty is all about.” You won’t find many … Continue reading

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