Enough talk. Here’s what must be done.
Ninety-nine years after Puerto Ricans were granted second-class citizenship, why should anyone be surprised that many of the rights of U.S. citizenship don’t apply in Puerto Rico?
“Free Puerto Rico so she can solve the problem of her crushing debt without being handcuffed by Congress, its distant and inattentive colonial master.”
In a Supreme Court hearing this week, the Puerto Rico government argued that it receives its authority from the people of Puerto Rico. But the Obama administration corrected it.
When the Hillary Clinton campaign reached out to Phillip Arroyo and asked him to join the presidential candidate onstage at an upcoming event, he respectfully declined.
Research conducted after the federal government failed to implement the results of a 2012 status referendum reveals mountains of cash spent maintaining the status quo.