Stories about Puerto Rico (U.S.) from October, 2005
Clarisel Gonzalez writes out the history of the Puerto Rico Sun.
The Puerto Rico Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers appears content with Bush's nomination of Aida M. Delgado-Colón as the next U.S. District Judge of Puerto Rico.
With the help of Afrael and Mauricio, Albizu has launched Puerto Rico's first blog directory, PuertoBlogs.
Gil Schmidt says Puerto Rico's status of Estado Libre Asociado, or ELA, should stand for “Emotionally Lackadaisical Adolsescene. Aníbal Freytes says statehood is an illusion.
Gil Schmidt, who lived 20 years in the U.S., argues that Puerto Rico never has a chance of statehood. Following his post, a commenter writes, “That's absolutely right. Puerto Rico's status means nothing to Americans. To Puerto Ricans, it means everything.”
Gil Schmidt argues as to why the Puerto Rican Industrial Development Company should be done away with.
Aníbal Freytes has two excellent ruminations on FBI's killing of Puerto Rican criminal and independence activist, Filiberto Ojeda Ríos.
Gil C. Schmidt says Puerto Ricans are “enslaving” themselves by buying too many goods on credit.
Roberto Borrero writes that “Naniki Reyes Ocasio, a representative of the Consejo General de Tainos Borincanos [will] present a position paper on Intellectual Property, Culture and Heritage at the Indigenous Summit of the Americas to be held Argentina from October 27-29, 2005.”
Tinta Digital writes that Puerto Rican governor, Anibal Acevedo Vilá [ES] answered questions submitted as comments to the weblog of the popular radio program, Agitando El Show.