Puerto Rico has voted to become the 51st state in a nonbinding referendum Sunday, according to the Associated Press. Some reports say the low voter turnout shows a lack of support for statehood. The economic crisis has caused an exodus from the island to the U.S. mainland, making this vote a ...Read more Comments Off on Puerto Rico Votes for Statehood – Unenthusiastically
The Economic Collapse by Michael Snyder Next month, citizens of Puerto Rico are going to vote on statehood, and the absolutely devastating economic collapse that is gripping the island could be enough to push pro-statehood forces over the edge to victory. Of course Congress has the final say on ...Read more Comments Off on Is Puerto Rico’s Economic Collapse A Ploy By Liberals To Permanently Shift The Balance Of Power In Congress?
Unified Patriots by Liberty Lover Puerto Rico is drowning in debt and corruption, a victim of its own liberal, big spending policies. Rather than seek reform by cutting government spending, the Democrat Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla has hired a murders row of liberal activists, including former Obama official Anita ...Read more Comments Off on Peek Behind the Corrupt Puerto Rico Bailout Curtain
., by Peter Schiff While Greece is now dominating the debt default stage, the real tragedy is playing out much closer to home, with the downward spiral of Puerto Rico. As in Greece, the Puerto Rican economy has been destroyed by its participation in an unrealistic monetary system that ...Read more Comments Off on How Socialism Destroyed Puerto Rico, and How Capitalism Can Save It
Aaron Klein World Net Daily During one of the most hotly contested elections in recent U.S. history, the number of military absentee ballot requests is strangely down by staggering numbers compared to the 2008 election. The information comes as WND confirmed today that SCYTL, an international firm headquartered in ...Read more Comments Off on Is this why military not getting ballots?
By Alex Pappas The Daily Caller CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A spokesman for the Secret Service told The Daily Caller that the agency is aware of video showing a delegate at the Democratic National Convention expressing a desire to “kill” Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney. “We are aware of it,” Secret ...Read more Comments Off on Secret Service looking into DNC delegate who wants to ‘kill’ Romney
CNBC News MIAMI (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Isaac swirled over the Caribbean on Wednesday and was forecast to become a hurricane as it moved on a track that would put it off the coast of Florida on Monday, the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa. The ...Read more Comments Off on Tropical Storm Isaac threatens Caribbean, Republican Convention