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Six More Latinos Into Baseball Hall Of Fame

Bernie Williams from Puerto Rico, Tony Pena from the Dominican Republic, infielder Manny Trillo from Venezuela, third baseman Aurelio Rodriguez from Mexico, outfielder Tony Oliva from Cuba and outfielder Ben Oglivie from Panama will be inducted into the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame on February 11, 2012 in a ceremony at the Altos de Chavón […]

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After Egypt, the Internet has Become a Battlefied in Cuba

by Victor Landa of NewsTaco.com It’s not an exaggeration to say that the events in Egypt and Tunisia have many tyrants and dictators across the world in worry-fits. The successful popular uprisings that were fueled by the oppressive heavy-hand of those governments were in turn generated by the Internet and social media. If you’re a […]

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Cuba Opening Doors to Foreign Investments

President Raul Castro’s welcoming mat has investors waiting in line. The investors are seeking to buy land and build “vacation homes for well-heeled tourists” (Weissert).  Many are skeptical the move will be short lived. Will the Cuban regime once again back out after there is no longer an interest in building? Read and leave a […]

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