All posts tagged "Editorial"
‘Por Ahí Viene El Tren’
Promesa sorely lacks economic development measures; No more looking the other way. "Se acabó."
- Posted June 30, 2016
‘Amores Perros en el Capitolio’
It behooves legislators to show that Puerto Rico’s democratically elected officials have the capacity to fulfill the mandate of the people.
- Posted June 23, 2016
‘Esa Promesa Viene con Tostones’
You know the President of the United States has a vested interest in an issue—in this case Puerto Rico’s debt crisis—when he uses his weekly address to hammer home the need for orderly restructuring of Puerto Rico’s...
- Posted June 16, 2016
And Then There Were Two
Whoever is chosen by us come November, be it Bernier or Rosselló, should have the standing to speak for his people—de tu-a-tu—not through seven-figure advisers
- Posted June 10, 2016
Let the Primaries Begin
Elections Commission officials on high alert amid lacking Dem primary safeguards
- Posted June 3, 2016
Journalism in the Time of Orwell
There is a measure in the making that would muzzle a free press at a critical juncture in Puerto Rico's history. It must be withdrawn at once.
- Posted May 25, 2016
Ground Control to Major Tom
Can space exploration ignite Puerto Rico’s economy? A handful of people believe so.
- Posted May 20, 2016
Can Promesa Meet the Hastert Rule?
"All about the rule of law—sí, Pepe"
- Posted May 12, 2016
Default Does Not Buy Promesa ‘Light’
This is not Baskin-Robbins where you can pick the flavor of oversight you want
- Posted May 5, 2016
Another Rumble in the Jungle
The Alejandro García Padilla administration seems to be playing Muhammad Ali’s rope-a-dope style
- Posted April 28, 2016