Historic Photo of the day: Ramey Air Base

  The Ramey Air Force Base covered 3,796 acres in the northwest corner of Puerto Rico, near the town of Aguadilla. Construction started in 1937-38, and the base was finally closed in 1973. For 35 years it was… Read More

Historic photo of the day: Judas Iscariot

  All throughout history, men and women have betrayed each other.  It happens every day, all over the planet, and it always leaves a slight stench.  Mankind would have reached much higher, the world would be so much… Read More

Historical Photo of the day: Herman Badillo

  Herman Badillo was the first Puerto Rican US congressman (1970-78). A fixture in New York politics for over forty years, he was also the first Puerto Rican Borough President, Deputy Mayor, City Commissioner, and CUNY Board Chair…. Read More

“Albizu Campos was a Fascist,” says Luis A. Ferrao

  A writer named Luis A. Ferrao has caught my attention. Back in 1990, he published Pedro Albizu Campos y el Nacionalismo Puertorriqueño (Editorial Cultural, PR). The book repeatedly claimed that Don Pedro was a fascist who wanted… Read More