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The Revolution Will Be Monetized 1 comment

Nobody can say that Venezuelans have taken their chaotic government lying down. They have protested time and again against first Hugo Chávez and later his hand-picked successor Nicolás Maduro. The difference this time is in who is protesting, which is to say most people. That wasn’t the case earlier. Poor […]


Rick Scott Continues to Court Puerto Ricans

Republican Sen. Rick Scott recently declared himself “the voice of Puerto Rico in the Senate,” after pushing for an additional $600 million in aid for the island in the form of food stamp funds. “Puerto Rico’s success is America’s success and Puerto Rico’s recovery is America’s recovery,” he said. Puerto […]


How Florida Latinos Voted in the Midterms 1 comment

There was much ado about the Latino vote in the midterm elections, particularly Puerto Ricans who migrated post Hurricane María. So how did that work out?  The answers are beginning to eke out now that the elections have concluded and been certified. Turnout among all voters was high – about […]