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The GOP’s future speaks Spanish By Kathleen Parker, Jan 05, 2013 12:48 AM EST The Washington PostPublished: January 4 The new year has begun with an avalanche of Republican retrospectives: What went wrong? What must the GOP do? In attempting to navigate my own thoughts, I keep bumping into advice my father gave me a long […]

Remarks of  The Honorable Kenneth D. McClintock Secretary of State of Puerto Rico  CCAA’s 36th Annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America Plenary Lunch  November 30, 2012 I appear before you today, for the last time as Puerto Rico’s Secretary of State and, no, I will not speak to the recent steps to interconnect […]

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Protected: Resolución Estadidad RS-67

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Memo sobre la Actividad Igualdad FACEBOOK    TWITTER   E-MAIL  WebPage Amigos de Igualdad: Tanto los compañeros Pedro Pierluisi como Andrés López nos han confirmado su asistencia al Taller de Capacitación para Cabilderos del próximo sábado 12 de enero en casa del compañero Franklin López en Aibonito. Por tal razón el programa final será el siguiente: La agenda […]

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The Legislative Process Introduction Anyone may draft a bill; however, only Members of Congress can introduce legislation, and by doing so become the sponsor(s). There are four basic types of legislation: bills, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, and simple resolutions. The official legislative process begins when a bill or resolution is numbered – H.R. signifies a […]

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How do Legislators decide how to vote? Yea or nay? A member of Congress decides how to vote after gathering information about the issue from a number of possible sources: Personal staff Committee staff Study groups or special caucuses Party platforms or positions Sources back home – newspapers, other media, local party officials Special interest […]

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Advocacy Do’s & Don’ts! Advocacy Do’s: • Schedule visits in advance. But walk-ins are OK. • Form relationships! Don’t wait until you need something to contact policy- makers. • Be open to talking to legislative staff.  Be prepared to meet in the hallway or in the open. • Be informed! Know the issue, the system […]

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Roles of Congressional Staff Members Each member of Congress has staff to assist them during a term in office. To be most effective in communicating with Congress, it is helpful to know the titles and principal functions of key staff. Commonly used titles and job functions: Chief of Staff (COS) This individual has direct access […]

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Glossary of Legislative Terms Advocacy: The support or defense of a cause and the act of pleading on behalf of another person or issue. Amendment: A proposal to change a piece of legislation. Appropriations: Provides the legal authority needed to spend U.S. Treasury funds. Authorization: Provides the authority for a program or agency to exist […]

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De origen austriaco, residenciada en Dakota del Sur, la autora de este artículo, Kitty Werthmann, por la salvaguarda de la libertad en USA,

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The package being negotiated by Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and Vice President Joe Biden amounts to a defeat for the GOP on multiple fronts.

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Primary Documents in American History The Articles of Confederation Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union… Williamsburg: Va. Printed by Alexander Purdie [1777]. Rare Book and Special Collections Division. The Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation, the first constitution of the United States, on November 15, 1777. However, ratification of the Articles of Confederation by all […]

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Information on the United States Presidents by term – chronological list of presidents of the United States. Explore each president …

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Isaac dejó en Tampa un tornado generado por alas de mariposas cuyo efecto se verá en las elecciones. Dicho tornado se llama Ron Paul.

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La política Nacional es importante. Aun teniendo Puerto Rico una economía 10-15 veces menor a la de un Estado, somos cien veces mejor que las economías hispanoamericanas.

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“Hay que reconocer que Ryan trae solidez intelectual a una campaña presidencial que ha carecido de la misma”

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“Cada vez que la campaña del Presidente Obama me pide que sea portavoz del mensaje de su reelección lo hago con gusto y con mucha entrega. Estoy convencido de que esta elección en Estados Unidos es fundamental para la Nación. …

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El 90% de las decisiones sobre los residentes de Puerto Rico se hacen por los Federales, y los fondos importantes, los discrecionales y de desarrollo los hacen por quienes no podemos influir; la Colonia es del 42-68% de pobreza. Pero las mentiras y los engaños hasta ahora han prevalecido. Cada Pro-Americano debe dedicarle 4-6 horas diarias al triunfo de la Estadidad.

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Si algún día los puertorriqueños votáramos por el presidente que ordena esas guerras, la humillación sería menor. Mientras tanto, nuestro destino manifiesto parece unido, ya irremediablemente a esa “Gringolandia” que detesta a Obama y votará por Romney.

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