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Continue reading "The same hedge fund paid writer got its article’s “opinion” piece printed in another newspaper yesterday – “$$$ talks”. How Puerto Rico’s debt bomb could blow up on the mainland | New York Post"
Continue reading "Undeniable facts that make it impossibe for Puerto Rico to resolve its financial crisis on its own. 5 Things You Should Know As Puerto Rico Confronts Its Next Unpayable Debt"
Continue reading "While Puerto Rico shrinks, the Dominican Republic grows."
Continue reading "Energy costs, and dwindling health services adds impetus to the exodus from Puerto Rico to the United States."
Continue reading "Who will pay the investors? The common people of Puerto Rico who did not share, or benefit from decisions made by those in power. Electricity rates, already high, will go even higher."
Continue reading "The times when the US could bully and/or intimidate foreign countries to accede to US plans, have been dead for quite a while, yet Republicans still promote that myth. Trump is simply more devoid of ideals such as freedom and democracy as reasons to lead, and more about capitalism and exceptionalism. Donald Trump and the GOP Tradition of Foreign-Policy Incoherence – The Atlantic"
Continue reading "Read this mean and insulting article on why PR crisis should not be relieved to teach a lesson to states in the US. Unfair comparison of PR to a state of the union, hello…?, that is the problem!!! What happens in Puerto Rico won’t stay there – The Washington Post"
Continue reading "Puerto Rico Economy Worsens With Crisis, Most Anywhere You Look – Bloomberg Politics"
Continue reading "A US-imposed financial board would force PR to save by firing 43,000 government workers, who would promptly pack and leave for the US to join the others already in the US. Borradores de la junta de control fiscal traerán despidos | El Nuevo Día"