· August, 2007

Stories about Puerto Rico (U.S.) from August, 2007

Puerto Rico: Catchy New Slogan?

  10 August 2007

Gil The Jenius has come up with a new slogan for Puerto Rico: “Finally! A slogan We can relate to and that the rest of the world can grasp in a nanosecond. Refreshingly honest, but with a touch of hope that warms the heart.”

Puerto Rico: Illegal Licensing Scheme

  6 August 2007

As news broke in Puerto Rico over a massive illegal medical licensing scheme, Gil the Jenius writes: “The basic principle of caring for the patient's health has taken a back seat to greed, narrow self-interest and corporate profits.”

Puerto Rico, Jamaica: History of Slaves

  2 August 2007

The Voice of the Taino People Online reports on the findings of a Caribbean archaeological conference, which suggest that many slaves were wealthy during slavery: “Their wealth came not from handouts from planters but from their work in the grounds, their trading and their farms in the hills.”

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