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Posted Wednesday, January 30, 2008
A fast growing number of dirt-poor Haitians, in the millions, are forced to consume dirt in an attempt to stay alive, to keep themselves going - not a surprise
Wanted: Rich older women interested in hot younger guys
Police fatal shooting of young mother and 14-month-old infant exposes a city's racial tension
Illegal globally, bail for profit remains pillar of U.S. justice
F.B.I. opens subprime inquiry
Aid agencies taking donations for Haiti's poor
Posted Monday, January 28, 2008
Despite an acquital on terrorism conspiracy, defendant remains in his cage
Fast worsening economic conditions in Haiti have some consuming rather dirt
Posted Sunday, January 27, 2008
Waving goodbye to hegemony
A few years ago, America's hold on global power seemed unshakable. But a lot has changed while we've been in Iraq: a triumphant China, a retooled Europe and the quiet rise of a 'second world."
A president like my father
Chavez urges Latin American allies to withdraw billions of dollars in international reserves from U.S. banks
Posted Saturday, January 26, 2008
Can a convicted killer, with pronounced neo-Nazi beliefs, be permitted to be a doctor?
Haitian-Americans head to South Carolina to help Senator Hillary Clinton win
Director of Haiti's troubled electoral council steps down
Posted Friday, January 25, 2008
In an attempt to halt, at least, the fast growing of foreclosure rate U.S. intends to purchase large numbers of distressed home loans
Posted Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Apparently, Liberty Life Insurance Co.'s policies for all, except Haitians
Posted Tuesday, January 22, 2008
After deportation of acquitted defendant, jury selection begins for retrial of remaing 6 terrorist suspects
Posted Monday, January 21, 2008
Mich. denies illegal immigrants driver's licenses
Posted Sunday, January 20, 2008
The education of Ben Bernanke: Banks won't lend money. Oil has reached $100 a barrel. Unemployment is up. What's a Federal Reserve chief to do?
Recession: Today's big, extremely painful word, with a lasting multiplying effect. What's a growth recession? What's a recession?
Man who claims to be an Air Force gen., a NASA scientist, CIA agent, hold two masters' degrees, has three co-wives, one girlfriend, the latter for nearly twenty years
Broker's clients detail web of dashed dreams
Posted Friday, January 18, 2008
Facing deportation but clinging to life in U.S.
Posted Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Dr. Zulu Aristide, Dr. neighborhood baker Preval
In Cap-Haitien, thousands chanted "Down with Preval, Down with Alexis"
Haiti corruption-ridden system discourages investment
Haiti makes strides in modernizing police force
Posted Tuesday, January 15, 2008
U.S. to speed deportation of criminals in jail
Posted Monday, January 14, 2008
Prominent entertainers, including Wyclef Jean, cited in steroids inquiry
Haiti: Since the fall of the dictator, in 2004, nothing, in the positive terms, has changed (in French)
Agency acts to cut delay in gaining citizenship
Posted Sunday, January 13, 2008
As a protest against extreme violence-issued President Preval, Prime Minister Alexis progressed, a prominent businessman kidnapped for ransom
Law makes debt relief harder for homeowners
In Boston, hundreds say 'adieu' to young fire victims
Mattapan section of Boston Haitian-American teen, Mathieu, also receives four-year scholarship
Deportees with no criminal past grow
The nature of reasons: Two philosophers feud over a book review
Posted Friday, January 11, 2008
In troubled Haiti, setting fire targeting U.S. sponsored project no longer on hold
Posted Thursday, January 10, 2008
In the Boston's nearby southern town of Randolph, seventh annual Haitian independence day gala (photos)
Terrorists pump fatal shots into 29-year-old man body
Massachusetts Governor Patrick is inclined to permit illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition
Deposed, captured uncommon bloodthirsty Liberian dictator Taylor trial hears how child was 'dismembered' - Aristide's way
Man cuts off, microwaves his own hand
Posted Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Accused Haitian human rights abuser, "Toto" Constant, rejected plea bargain of three to nine years, instead elected to go to trial
Posted Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Four wheels for the masses: The $2,500 car
When Town Computer says computer training for all, and free, free
Posted Monday, January 7, 2008
Man killed, filleted, spiced, cooked parts of girlfriend's body for diner
S. Africa's possible next president, Zuma, 65, takes fourth co-wife of 33
Posted Sunday, January 6, 2008
The Islam issue: Reading the Koran
In the Massachusetts southern city of Brockton, a low power radio station unites two communities, in an effort to also help address major social issues of concern
To also prevent exchange of drugs, arms, UN Haiti occupation forces construct four bases along Haitian-Dominican border
Posted Saturday, January 5, 2008
Prominent Haitian medical doctor had a rare, secret meeting with U.S. President Bush
Monkeys 'pay' for sex by grooming
Treasury department plans social security debit card
Posted Thursday, January 3, 2008
Defense fears terrorism retrial won't be fair to 6 Liberty City defendants
Posted Wednesday, January 2, 2007
Why Haitians, human rights groups must also loudly call for placing 'Baby Doc' in tight handcuffs, post-humoustly putting 'Papa Doc' on trial as well
Haiti's New Year Day briefing
Extreme violence-issued Haiti President Rene Preval can once again easily be equated to an antiquated broken record, as they say in the vernacular. In a traditional New Year's day address he once again promised to consign to the archives of history the unprecedented problem of kidnapping for ransom - long a Damocles sword hanging over the future of Haiti, in the positive terms. So too he referred to rampant corruption in the Caribbean nation. However, as usual nothing was said about how exactly both terminal cancer-type problems and others will cease to be the ones to dominate Haitian lives daily. Yves A. Isidor
Posted Tuesday, January 1, 2008
Police found Yolette Lagrandeur, 'ex-numero sweety' of now-dead notorious Haitian polygamist priest, Devalcin, covered in blood; possessed, extremely violent man prayed in Haitian Creole, chanted "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus," afterward
Also by way of The Boston Herald, Prof. Isidor, wehaitians.com offer expression of condolences to Boston Haitian-American fire family victim, the Zizi's
Penalty could exceed $900 for refusing to obtain insurance under Massachusetts mandatory healthcare law
Slide Show: New Year's around the world
Oh, my God: Jan. 1, 1804, Jan. 1, 2008, a 204-year of birth, marked by prolonged occupations, blanket dehumanizing poverty, dictatorship, kleptocracy
In prison, toddlers serve time with mom
Boston's family recounts horror of deadly fire
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