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Posted Thursday, January 5, 2011

Mass. high court says legal immigrants must be included in state health program

Texas prisoner burials are a gentle touch in a punitive system

Harder for Americans to rise from economy's lower rungs

Haitian president Martelly, others may be removed from office, incarcerated afterward for grave crimes

California Catholic bishop resigns, says he has 2 kids

Posted Tuesday, January 3, 2012

One of Haiti's chief prosecutors refuses to navigate in apprentice-dictator-in-the-making-Martelly's world of illegality, submits letter of resignation

New Year Eve 2012: Celebrations around the world

Obama signs Act to allow detention of U.S. citizens

Haiti's tragic history

Posted Saturday, December 31, 2011

Samuel Pierre, a Les Anglais (a Haiti town, south) native son, now a member of the order of Canada

Keynes was right

With reservations, Obama signs act to allow detention of U.S. citizens

Posted Thursday, December 29, 2011

A long awaited verdict of culpability for a former notorious military dictator with a nearly unmatched murderous past

Venezuela's Chavez: Did U.S. give Latin American leaders cancer?

U.S. set-up hotline for detained immigrants

Instead of work, younger women head to school

Posted Wednesday, December 28, 2011

US members of Congress grow richer, and fast, as their constituents, on the average, grow poorer, become desolate

Russia slams US for its human rights record.html

When some Haiti national police officers allegedly become murderers

Science and censorship: A duel lasting centuries

Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2011

At least 244 Haitian migrants fleeing Haiti's crushing poverty captured by Bahamas authorities, less than 3 days after not less than 38 others died

Why there is a curtailed relationship between black men and African-American women, or even not enough qualified black males for black females?

videoThe leopards and the Tonton Macoutes, how many thousands of Haitians did they murder?

Posted Sunday, December 25, 2011

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Victor Hugo, on crushing poverty (In French)

Will things change, in the positive terms, for them all in 2012?

Posted Thursday, December 22, 2011

Can former totalitarian dictator "Baby Doc" Duvalier be a commencement speaker, the subjects of discussion human rights, democracy, rule of law?

Weeks after an arrest for alleged grand-scale mortgage fraud, prominent Haitian businessman Leo Desire is indicted, faces up to 22 years in prison, if convicted on all charges

After months of alleged cover-up, because she was Haitian, black and poor, convincingly said many, finally criminal charges in Fall River Haiti native Marie Joseph's tragic pool death

Posted Monday, December 19, 2011

Rules stretched as green cards go to investors, not the poor or mendicants

Many in U.S. are arrested by age 23, study finds

Kim Jon-il, dictator who turned North Korea into a nuclear state, dies

Posted Sunday, December 18, 2011

Weeks after a verdict of culpability, Haitian president official senior security adviser Nelson returned to Haiti Saturday

Why is the N.Y.P.D. after me, a young black man?

Mortgage fees would rise under payroll tax cut deal

Posted Thursday, December 15, 2011

Images/Haitians, others caught in broad daylight trading food stamps for cocaine, heroine, booze, lottery ticket, jewelry, other luxuries

Nearly half of Americans are low-income as rising expenses, unemployment shrink middle class

Former French President Chirac found guilty, gets suspended prison term, still as punishment for his crimes

Election 2012 - Candidates on the attack, Republican presidential candidates

videoFed says super-racist Arizona sheriff Arpaio violated civil rights

Dutch brewer Heineken to nearly own Haitian beer enterprise, prestige

Like many other nations before it, Brazil fears humanitarian crisis as flood of Haitian refugees increases, and fast

Malcolm X's daughter held on probation violation

Publishing in Latin America, a literary deficit

Immigration crackdown also snares Americans

Posted Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Thousands sterilized, a state weighs restitution

Haiti's Central Bank President Castel kidnapped for ransom

Millionaires on food stamps and jobless pay? G.O.P. is on it

Top earners not so lofty in the days of recession, still the potent symbol of inequality, the common metric of inequality

Posted Sunday, December 11, 2011

Farrakhan, Winfrey visit Haiti, but on separate trips

Noriega flown home to be punished  once again, to die

Two Romneys: Wealthy man, thrifty habits

Americans: Undecided about God

What Latin America can teach us

Posted Saturday, December 10, 2011

Calif. prison psychologist accused of faking rape

Tracing a mother's vagabond path to murder and suicide in Texas

3 women rights leaders, including one who once organized a "sex strike" jointly accept Nobel peace prize

Hotel workers dance immediately after a 911 call was made to N.Y.C. police stirs suspicions of political plot against DSK

179 journalists imprisoned worldwide in 2011

Posted Thursday, December 8, 2011

Intellectuals and politics

Seattle welfare recipient lives in million dollar home, takes fancy trips around the globe

Partial profile of Wehaitians com's U.S. visitors

Online insults lead to calls for inquiries of N.Y.C. police

Posted Tuesday, December 6, 2011

U.S. to use foreign aid to promote gay rights abroad

Occupy protesters take over foreclosed homes

"Caribbean people are animals and savages, drop a bomb and wipe them all out"

Posted Sunday, December 4, 2011

$3 million smash: Supercars caught in mass pile-up

Dominican-Haitian activist Sonia Pierre died, aged 48

Riot's gear evolution

The top 1 percent: How much do they earn?

When the police go military

Posted Friday, December 2, 2011

Dump truck hits bus in Haiti, 5 die, at least 11 others badly injured

Sheriff-of-the-year nabbed trading meth for good sex

For jobless, little hope of restoring better days

Two and half years for 85-year-old immigrant smuggler

Hundreds of millions of dollars for Haiti

Church shorts door on U.S. President Obama's African father and Caucasian mother-like people

Man could have died in a hail of bullets fired by own dog

Posted Tuesday, November 29, 2011

New hope of a cure for H.I.V.

As public sector sheds jobs, blacks are hit hardest

Lana Peters, Stalin's daughter, dies at 85

A Marriott's first hotel for Haiti

Wyclef Jean, Yele Haiti, where is our money?

Goodbye, golden years


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