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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 Thursday, March 31, 2011

As sweeping layoffs loom, schools gird for turmoil

When dad loses his job

Arriving as Pregnant Tourists, Leaving With American Babies.html

Could lead codices prove the major discovery of Christian history?

House votes to kill main Obama foreclosure aid

Posted Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Natural disasters losses in 2010, astronomical

Haiti preliminary results of presidential election, not ready yet to be divulged to nation

Haiti former tyrant "Baby Doc" Duvalier is no longer hospitalized; returns home

How to raise the status of teachers

Posted Wednesday, March 23, 2011

N.Y. man, who is believed to be of Haitian parentage, on most-wanted list for health care "grand fraud"

Superstar performer Martelly tipped to win Haiti presidential election

Posted Monday, March 21, 2011

Black and white and married in the deep south: A shifting image

A former govt. lawyer sentenced to a prison term of 17 years for immigration fraud

Posted Sunday, March 20, 2011

Melissa Isidor, athlete of the year

Wyclef Jean, not shot, as the famous hip hop musician clamed

Haitians go to the polls to choose a new president

videoHaiti Deportees: Strangers in a strange land

Lamborghini automobile smashed by enraged Chinese super-rich man

Why Yasir Gadhi wants to talk about jihad

 Not on the ballot, but because he is an element of trouble deposed lethal, corrosive dictator Aristide on all minds in Haiti

Amid uncertainty, former notorious hell-sent Haitian dictator Aristide returns to earthquake-cholera-ravaged Haiti

Arizona, bowing to business, softens stands on immigration

Former notorious corrosive, totalitarian dictator Aristide return to Haiti in pictures

Our fund raising drive

Posted  Thursday, March 17, 2011

Former corrosive Haitian dictator Aristide en route to Haiti

Haitian-Americans for Michel Martelly for president

Why Mirlande Manigat deserves to be Haiti next leader

Posted Saturday, March 12, 2011

Career criminal man who is of Haitian parentage, father has long been serving a long prison sentence, shot dead in double shooting in Cambridge, MA

Real estate developer, tennis coach paid $18,000 to charter a private plane to fly to Haiti and bring back Jean-Maurice, the next Venus Williams

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011

A presidential debate in Haiti; candidate Marrtelly is believed to have threatened the news media

Photos of Hitler wife stir the Web

Posted Wednesday, March 9, 2011

More foreign born-scholars lead U.S. universities

videoGay couples may sue US government for immigration discrimination

Posted Sunday, March 6, 2011

Haiti presidential candidate Martelly says "I stop paying," lost three properties to foreclosure

"Federal enforcement is no job for local officers, who should be forbidden to arrest or detain people solely because of their immigration status," said Thursday a national police research group

The best undergraduate b-schools of 2011

Give Caesar what is owed Caesar" "I order you castrated"

Posted Saturday, March 5, 2011

Discovered: The happiest man in America

Haitian presidential candidate Manigat: "U.S., keep your criminals for yourself, we do not want them in Haiti"

A continuum, U.S. pastor long held in cholera, tuberculosis-ravaged Haitian rat-hole without charges

The liberation of Lori Berenson

Posted Friday, March 4, 2011

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

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