Carmen L. Ambert holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Psychology from Fordham University as well as a Master’s degree in Science, Management and Urban Public Policy Analysis from New School for Social Research in New York City. In addition to her relentless academic career, she has an extensive community service career defending … Continue reading Carmen L. Ambert
On February 27, 2013 WikiLeaks began publishing a series called "The Global Intelligence Files". These files are about 5 million emails from a global intelligence company, called Startfor based in Texas, from July 2004 to December 2011. As part of these files, WikiLeaks leaked an email from February 4, 2009, addressed to the company's analysts … Continue reading Manchester Conspiracy Revealed
In February 7, 2017, bill 743 was presented in the House of Representatives. The project was submitted by representatives Maria "Tata" Charbonier and José "Pichy" Torres Zamora, Jorge Navarro, among others. This bill is the response of these representatives to comply with the Anti-crime plan presented by Governor Ricardo Rosselló. This project proposes amendments to … Continue reading House of Representatives Project 743, a coup to the demonstrators.
The University of Puerto Rico (UPR) is an institution that belongs to the Government of Puerto Rico. The UPR receives public and federal funds that keep it in operation and allows it to be the most important educational and social center in the island. With the current crisis that the central government is facing and … Continue reading Budget of the University of Puerto Rico 2016-2017
Oscar Lopez Rivera was born in 1943 in Puerto Rico. He served for the United States Armed Forces during the War of Vietnam being decorated by his value in combat. On his return from combat and as part of his reestablishment in society he joined the fight and defense of the rights of Puerto Ricans … Continue reading Oscar Lopez Rivera, Patriot or terrorist?
The first of May in the National Strike, I found a group of about 25 to 30 people carrying anarchist flags, with faces covered, sticks and spray paint in their hands. You my friends are a joke and a shame for both anarchist ideals and for modern society. I saw with my own eyes how they vandalized … Continue reading A message for my friends the “anarchists”
Many will say that from Washington, DC is easy to talk. But it hurts me to see what is happening in Puerto Rico. The National Strike became an event for both politicians and personalities who only shout without rationalizing, and who do not understand that the minimum wage was never reduced to $ 4.25. That this … Continue reading Puerto Rico, let’s be realistic
During many of the demonstrations in Puerto Rico we have seen some of the demonstrators with their faces and most of their bodies covered in an attempt to protect their identity. Most Puerto Ricans are against this practice of the protesters supported by a good portion of the country's politicians. So much that the legislative … Continue reading The Big Controversy: Hooded Demonstrators in Puerto Rico
NOTE: This column was written on April 26, 2017. Bring this to mind when reading. The time has come for the 'soberanistas' to leave the Democratic Popular Party (PPD for its acronym in Spanish) and take with them the base of this party. Within the PPD they'll only seek more enemies and will never allow the advance … Continue reading The Popular Democratic Party ‘Soberanistas’ and the Status
Jonathan Torres Rosario is a Computer Science student at the University of Puerto Rico Bayamon Campus (UPRB). Among his work, it is important to highlight his participation in the Budget Committee for the UPRB, which has helped him be more active within the student community and the social movements that are carried out on the island … Continue reading Jonathan Torres Rosario