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A SPECIAL SECTION: Haiti, Since the January 12, 2010 Fierce Earthquake
 The big files: Haiti 2010 candidates for public offices; also, their criminal records, if any 
 jeunehaiti1: A must read publication   music logoListen to deposed dictator Aristide's preferred song:  Kapitalis Se Peche Motel or Capitalism Is a Mortal Sin 

Posted Friday, March 4, 2011

The liberation of Lori Berenson

Boston man believed to be of Haitian parentage charged with cashing phony $39,000 check

Born of 9/11, an effort to rebuild shattered Haiti

Posted Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Gilbert Bigio, dirt-poor Haiti Bill Gates?

Life for Haitian-born U.S. criminals deported to Haiti, a very hard one

Home mortgage for first time buyer poor Haitians

Posted Monday, February 28, 2011

Who owns the U.S.?

Return of Aristide to Haiti appears to have stalled

Farrakhan Libya's Gadhafi remains a friend

Worst cities for finding a job in 2011

The lands autocracy won't quit

Posted Sunday, February 27, 2011

Boston: A verdict in favor of two local community activists

Suddenly, a rise in piracy's price

Haitian Senator Joseph Lambert, most likely to be arrested by U.S. D.E.A agents for allegedly trafficking in narcotics

Posted Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Haiti's scars, and its soul, find healing on walls

IIMAGES/A Haitian protest against Jamaica for maltreatment

Why budget cuts don't bring prosperity

Posted Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Man in India has 39 wives, nearly 100 children

Posted Monday, February 21, 2011

Haiti earthquake children sold by their parents, each for less than 76p to traffickers, say UNICEF

Posted Saturday, February 19, 2011

The new, new rich: Wealth after the recession

Empire at the end of decadence

IMAGES/Protests continue to surge across the Middle East

Posted Thursday, February 17, 2011

Houses that each sells for the price of a car

IMAGES/Take a tour of the Vatican

IMAGES/Deposed crooked, venal Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak rare mansion

U.S. policy to address internet freedom

IMAGES/A Bill Clinton meeting with Haitian presidential candidates

Partying amid poverty stirs south Africa debate

Mississippi governor faces questions on KKK license plate, amnesty

Housing market looks sickest in cities that once seemed immune

How the Obama budget might fall on your shoulders

We do not play football with Haitian cholera people"

Ecuadorean villagers may hold secret to longevity

Posted Saturday, February 12, 2011

Prtial 'hit list' of deposed venal dictator Aristide; his untold number of victims; some of the former bloodthirsty tyrant lethal assassins

A sentence of 17 years in prison for defrauding hundreds of Haitian-Americans

IMAGES/Rapper sued by topless sunbathers for featuring them in his R-rated video

Posted Monday, February 7, 2011

A new passport for deposed tyrant Aristide, says Haiti

Haiti dictator Preval is "no-go-man"

Posted Sunday, February 6, 2011

What being biracial means today?

A Bank of America's pay of $410 million to settle overdraft lawsuit

The aging of America

America's journeys with strongmen

Posoted Friday, February 4, 2011

Sweet success for Micky

NEWS BRIEFING/Two Haitian children died today of cholera in the Dominican Republic after pastor tried to cure them with the help of God

Posted Thursday, February 3, 2011

Candidates for Haitian presidential runoff, not the like of ruling party or criminal syndicate Judge Celestin, a man with at least 13 "manmancitas," 23 children / PHOTO GALLERY:  Election Protests

Census estimates show big gains for U.S. minorities

NEWS BRIEFING/In a speech Monday, Haiti's Justice Minister, Paul Denis, who openly campaigned for crooked Jude Celestin, the candidate of dictator Rene Preval, berated the International Community, especially the United States, as "colonizers," and demanded it respect Haiti, ironically a small Caribbean land that is entirely dependent on foreign nations for something as little as a bandage and possesses not even rudimentary-type firepower. "The presidential election result will remain unchanged; we will not bow to pressure; we will show the 'colonizers' that there are some true Haitians," also said the former Trotsky's disciple Mr. Denis, who was once taken out of the circulation in the southern city of Les Cayes by the then Aristide-Preval's government for casting himself as a democracy advocate - one who deeply believed that no people should be held in bondage for ever.

Posted Wednesday, February 2, 2011

College, not for everyone, study says

Posted Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Duvalier, never a tyrant, but a champion of democracy in Haiti," he said in a tV interview

11.2 million illegal immigrants in U.S. last year, report says

A Swiss law that takes effect, blocks Duvalier's assets

UN official says "I'm ready to help convict Baby Doc"

One of 27 Haitian national recently deported to Haiti by the US succumbs after contracting cholera in jail

Two police officers shot dead by bandits in Haiti

Hillary Clinton visit Haiti to lecture about "democracy 'savoir-faire'" in pictures

Posted Monday, January 31, 2011

HATRED/An Ugandan homosexual reviled by many, revered by few is beaten to death

US secretary of State Clinton lectured Haiti drunk dictator, fraudulent presidential candidate with at least "13 'manmancitas,' 23 children" about "democracy 'savoir-faire'"

Deposed dictator Aristide can now have a new passport

Don't sell him on credit, Duvalier leaves a trail of unpaid bills

Posted Saturday, January 29, 2011

In Haiti, Duvalier reopens old wounds

An uncertain future after jobless benefits expire

Proposed Arizona law targets "birthright citizenship"

Posted Friday, January 28, 2011

Shame on Michele Montas

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