Monthly Archives: June 2019


FEC Raises Red Flag on Boricua Vota, Alianza Campaign Contributions   Recently updated !

The Federal Elections Commission red-flagged the financial reports of two Orlando-based Puerto Rican political organizations. Both organizations – Boricua Vota and Alianza for Progress – were cited for similar infractions committed during the final quarter of the 2018 midterm elections, that is, they had expenses for which they showed no […]


Supreme Court to Hear Case on Puerto Rico Fiscal Control Board   Recently updated !

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it will hear a case about the constitutionality of the appointments to the Fiscal Oversight and Management Board that manages Puerto Rico’s financial affairs and is renegotiating its $70 billion-plus in public debt while the island is in bankruptcy. The court, which is set to […]


Same-old, Same-old for Donald Trump 1 comment   Recently updated !

It’s deja vu all over again for Donald Trump, who visited Orlando this week to launch his presidential re-election campaign using all his familiar tropes and messaging. Fake news, immigration, MS-13, the wall, border control, Crooked Hillary, socialism, no collusion, no obstruction, low unemployment and poverty, packing the courts, a […]


Madison Anderson Berríos, a Symbol of Puerto Rico   Recently updated !

It had to happen sometime – a Miss Universe-Puerto Rico who was not born in Puerto Rico, who possesses an Anglo-Saxon monicker and who is not fluent in Spanish. Oh, and she lives in Florida, the de facto headquarters of Puerto Rican migration. Puerto Ricans both here and on the […]