Make Puerto Rico a State

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By Christina D. Ponsa-Kraus Dr. Christinna Ponsa-Kraus is a professor at Columbia Law School. Guest writer- Published today in the New York Times Like all Americans, the people of Puerto Rico went to the polls on Tuesday. But unlike their fellow citizens, Puerto Ricans cannot vote for the president, or […]

Comunicado de la Sociedad de Enfermedades Infecciosas de Puerto Rico (URGENTE) Compartalo

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COMUNICADODE LA SOCIEDAD DE ENFERMEDADES INFECCIOSAS DE PUERTO RICOSOBRE LA SITUACION ACTUAL DEL COVID-1912 de abril de 2021 Resumen de recomendaciones urgentesa la residentes de Puerto Rico, Sistema Hospitalario, EmpresasPublicasy Privadas, Gobierno Estatal.1.Canceleo pospongatodoviajea Estados Unidos. Los estados con mayor incidencia son Michigan, Rhode Island, Minnesota, Alaska. Estados con medidas […]

Top academics slam Puerto Rico Self-Determination Act

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By Rafael Bernal Guest Writer, The Hill A group of 47 academics from top U.S. universities lambasted a proposed bill that would determine Puerto Rico’s territorial status through a convention process. In a letter sent Monday to a group of bipartisan congressional leaders, the academics, led by Columbia Law School’s […]

Primera investigación: El esquema del Sultan del Oeste!

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Por Grupo Investigatico: MinoriaDeUno.Com Por Franklin Délano lópez- former United Press International and The Associated Press news-qwriter El contralor Manuel Días Saldaña una semamas después de haber juramentado el cargo de Contralor de Puerto Rico en 1997, hizo una revelación que la prensa territorial no le dió muchísima plataforma ni […]

Carlos Romero Barceló

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Por Franklin D. López former United Press International and The Associated Press newswriter Si algo aprendí de mi padre y madre es que “uno siempre debe encontrar tiempo para agradecer a las personas que han contribuido en abrirnos caminos en la vida”. Conocí a Carlos Romero Barceló en 1965 cuando […]

Environmental impacts of the Fishing Industry!

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By Sustain Sustain: Sustain is a powerful alliance of organizations and communities working together for a better system of food, farming and fishing, and cultivating the movement for change! The environmental impacts associated with catching and farming fish commercially affect the health of our oceans, fisheries, communities and economies around […]

4 Ways The Fishing Industry is Destroying the Planet!

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By Kim Johnson Guest-writer “This is a clear example of man’s perverse greed against Nature. Don’t complaint when the planetd reatcs to defend itself with future pandemias”-FDL Minority of One Editor Whether the fish are wild-caught or from aqua-farms, you should never eat fish if you care about the future […]

PREPARENSE: El Verano del 2021 será uno bien Caliente!

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Por Franklin D. López former United Press International and The Associated Press news-writer. En su magistral obra Julio Cesar, William Shakespeare inmortalizar la frase “Beware of the Ides or March”. En el contexto que Shakespeare usa la frase es cómo de una advertencia que le dieron a Julio Cesar sobre […]

El Primer Circuito y el Status de Puerto Rico.

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Por Franklin D. López former United Press International and The Associated Press news-writer En el otoño de 1979 recibí una llamada de mi gran amigo Hamilton Jordan, Secretario de la presidencia de Jimmy Carter informándome mi designación como comiembro de la comisión de Nombramientos Judiciales del Primer Circuito de Apelaciones […]