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France’s Reckoning: Rich, Young Flee Welfare State; Sounds Familiar to What is Happening in Puerto Rico

Who will be left in Puerto Rico if politicians drive off the rich, who are the ones most responsible for job creation?  The politicians, the government workers, and people on welfare will remain.  Yet with no private sector, the government … Continue reading

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Integrating Puerto Rico – By Incorporating Best Practices

WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico WOLPERT GAZTAMBIDE: Integrating Puerto Rico Christian Wolpert Gaztambide1:44 am, Nov 16, 2018 Guest Columnist In the wake of Hurricane Maria, various campus organizations have mobilized against Yale’s holdings in mutual funds that hold Puerto Rican … 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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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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Puerto Rico and the USA could become like Venezuela’s socialist “victory”

Socialism has “won” in Venezuela, but look at how the people have lost, other than a small number of corrupt government officials and their cronies who enriched themselves.  This is happening in the US too, over time as the country … Continue reading

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Obamacare Pushing Puerto Rico Further Into Social Welfare State, Doctors Warn

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/money/2013/12/13/obamacare-pushing-puerto-rico-further-into-social-welfare-state-doctors-say /static/v/all/js/html5shiv.js Obamacare Pushing Puerto Rico Further Into Social Welfare State, Doctors Warn By Bryan Llenas Published December 13, 2013 Fox News Latino Getty Images People in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico may not be grappling with the botched … Continue reading

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