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The "When a Puerto Rican Wins the Powerball" article does nothing to advance our claim as to our "integration" to the U.S; on the contrary, it's all a longwinded gripe about how "bad" the US has supposedly been to PR since 1898. ...starting off with how the PR Legislature opposed American citizenship. A completely one-sided and agenda-pursuing view by its author. And THEN we wonder why we are viewed as foreigners. To Those Who Complain about All Those PR Powerball Haters: Suck it!
@Taino1 Do you hate the German government for killing millions of people? I suspect you do. You hate dead people. Governments are just entities managed by people. People commit crimes, not countries. Your resentment is towards dead people. You cannot justify a cause against the actions of people who no longer exists. Focus on the present and then we can improve the future. Why worry about a past we cannot change? We learn from the past but need to live the present.
@tererieracarrion . Lets see, The FBI Director admitted to spying to Puerto Ricans activities, also known as Carpeteo, but I know you know that, The US admitted to experimental contraceptives drugs with Puerto Rican women without their consent but I know you know that, The US imposed US citizenship on US and forced us to speak english, But I know you know that. The US has used orange agent on our land and force us to use US mercantile ships, but I know that you know that. HISTORY can not be erased. Clearly, there is a lot of animosity toward Puerto Ricans in the U.S.. Its reason as complex as human nature. We are foreigner, we are immigrants, we speak a foreign language, that is Spanish, we have a clearly and distinct culture, traditions, vlaues, norms, we are a nation...I can see that trace of a nation in you when you use the words. " we are viewed as foreigners" We are. and even if you were born here you as well as many others referred themselves as Puerto Ricans. Despite on how you feel regarding the current colonial status of Puerto Rico, the harsh, unfair treatment of the US on Puerto Rico can not be ignored. I leave you with this question. Would you date/ marry an abusive person?
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Illegal Pete's owner says he will not change name coloradoan.com Intimidation tactics by the "Thought Police" rejected. Thank you Illegal Pete!
Sadly, we have entered a time when hardcore social activists believe they can extort and intimidate those who fail to conform with their way of thinking.
The freedom the think differently is exactly why our nation's founders risked their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor 238 years ago.
But then, why woul...dn't these self-anointed "Thought Police" believe they could silence a private citizen? They have been effective at silencing the former bastion of free speech in America- the free press - through new standards of journalism enforced by organizations like the Associated Press. (If you don't believe me, try finding the phrase illegal immigrant in any story passed through the AP.) I've spoken to several old time journalists frustrated by these new restrictions on speech. But they know, when they work under the control of corporate media giants, they must follow the dictates or find the door.
It's truly reprehensible to think the "Thought Police," in this instance, is commanded by none other than a professor of English at our publicly funded state university. Most of us remember a time, when language teachers and professors were the ones who championed free speech, not the ones who policed thought.
Together, we can turn around this dangerous war on freedom of thought and freedom of speech. In this instance, it may just start with something as simple as stopping in Old Town for lunch at Illegal Pete's ! See More
@FamSol Quite a bit of significant news is many times ignored, manipulated, or outright hidden from the public in this great country of ours. Just because you don't know about something doesn't make it idiotic, it simply makes you ignorant for failing to find its relevance or irrelevance to you specifically, which is perhaps the reason you never heard of LR. You also make claims that something you read is non-news. It may well be non-news to you, but have you ever thought that there are others out there in this world of ours other than you? To some, perhaps many, what you find to be non-news may very well be extremely newsworthy. A fifteen word post lacking in substance I would probably consider to be imbecilic, but I choose not go down the road of ad hominen attacks, at least not directly. Good luck finding news that matches your superior intellect.
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