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Posted Thursday, August 30, 2007
Deportees use "revolving door" to return to U.S.
Taking on the gangs
Patients turn to no-interest loans for health care
Are your jeans sagging? Go directly to jail
Helmsley's dog gets $12 million in will
Posted Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Subprime mortgage crisis spreading to high-end housing market
Randolph, Mass.: Police place alleged Haitian murderer of fellow compatriot in tight handcuffs and secured chains
Posted Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Nonprofit payday loans yes, to mixed reviews
Posted Monday, August 27, 2007
AIDS victims are buried alive in Papua New Guinea
As mortgage crisis echoes across U.S., in Europe, Brockton, MA Haitian-American family payments soar from $1,700 to over $3,000
Schools fight for teachers because of high turnover
Posted Friday, August 24, 2007
Kids as young as 10 forced into domestic servitude in Haiti, alternately slavery
Haiti senators took steps to fire nation extreme violence-issued prime minister for permitting chief prosecutor to practise selective kangaroo-type justice
Posted Thursday, August 23, 2007
Many found sexually active into the 70s
Posted Wednesday, August 22, 2007
"Priest kidnapped me at gunpoint, priest repeatedly beat me, priest infected me with H.I.V.," Haitian woman told nation's parliament Tuesday
DEA fugitive: Gaston, John Robert
Freeze extended on former Haiti dictator Baby Doc's millions by a year
Posted Tuesday, August 21, 2007
LONG OVERDUE Haitians, foreign powers want Haiti not yet self-declared Middle Ages-type totalitarian, allegedly corrupt to the teeth dictator Preval removed from extreme violence-issued power for affirming love for Castro and Chavez, uttering the words, in private conversations, "I hate U.S. and capitalism, but Marxism"
Like Haiti Preval, ex-soccer star Maradona tells Chavez he hates U.S.
Posted Sunday, August 19, 2007
The politics of God
More than half Black, Hispanic applicants for teaching jobs in Massachusetts fail state licensing exam
Posted Friday, August 17, 2007
Michelet Joacine who bribed clerks is sentenced to a 19- to 20-year prison sentence, ordered to pay a $10,000 fine
Posted Thursday, August 16, 2007
ONLY ME AND MY CRONIES Poverty-soaked Haiti extreme violence-issued President Preval is said to possess at least $81 million
In hiding, perhaps from the believed secured basement of a longtime friend, principal Haiti rebel leader, Philippe, denies drug allegations
Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2007
The price of a U.S. passport, $311,491
U.S. culture boosts Hispanic immigrant's substance abuse
Posted Tuesday, August 14, 2007
United States: World's best medical care?
Understand Haiti Aristide, if not too Chavez and Castro comrade Preval, yes, about 20 million, largely his own citizens, executed or allowed to die in famines or the gulag
Posted Friday, August 10, 2007
Nearly half of U.S. murder victims in 2005 were black, despite representing an estimated 13 percent of the population
Posted Wednesday, August 8, 2007
The gap in living standard between the U.S. and Haiti, for example, is more than 50 to 1; Haiti, other poor nations continue to experience, not today's abject poverty, but an ancient form one
Government set for a crackdown on illegal hiring
Haitian deportees project is a model for Caribbean
A great many times American billionaire is inclined to invest more than $1 billion in Haiti in an effort to explore gold mines, which he firmly believes will first and continue to generate thousands of long needed jobs for the never-healthy economy and subsequently billions of dollars in revenue, even in the long run, but not after operation commences four years later. The superbly wealthy man is hesitant, if not extremely so, to proceed with the mega-financial investment project. One of the reasons given for so is the current government's lack of an economic and political program to help reduce the growing fearsome <latent> level of political instability in the Caribbean nation as the vast majority of citizens continue to experience, not today's, but a lot more sadly a fast growing ancient form of crushing poverty, dating back to long before 1800 or the industrial revolution, in the United Kingdom. A large number of the extremely poor citizens interviewed have indicated if their material conditions are not changed, in the positive term, and in the near future, as they did before, and many times so, (History always repeats itself, said Marx) they will be forced to revolt against the current government, which even openly continues to consider them as nothing more than, to quote Vladimir Lenin, as "useful idiots." What exactly they mean? "You filthy, dirty, ignorant, illiterate people are only good to take to the streets for us, when needed, and nothing more than that." Additional information soon.
Posted Sunday, August 5, 2007
Crime consumed a family, and an 8-year-old boy is shot to death by his 7-year-old male cousin
In Silicon Valley, millionaires who don't feel rich
A town takes illegal immigration into its own hands
Falling Behind: How rising inequality harms the middle class
The life of America's first black filmmaker
The U.S. Economy/Housing busts and hedge fund meltdowns: A spectator's guide
Posted Friday, August 3, 2007
Russians plant flag on the arctic seabed
Haiti: A small success for the UN; U.S. regards Haiti deposed totalitarian dictator Aristide as drug kingpin
In increments, senate revisits immigrant bill
Posted Thursday, August 2, 2007
UN chief recommends that peacekeepers term in violence-plagued Haiti be extended to at least another year
The First World: The search for the origins of language
UN head visits Haiti to see peacekeepers
Keep your eyes on rate shifts in mortgages
British investigators find reason to criticize Turks and Caicos in deadly Haitian flimsy boat capsizing
Posted Wednesday, August 1, 2007
237 reasons we have sex
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