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July 2009 Blog Posts (9)

Legal Network focused on connecting Lawyers to the Latino community

myLatinoLawyer.com is a national online directory and resource publication committed to serving the legal needs of the Hispanic/ Latino community. The company is presently reaching out to Attorneys and Law Firms that have Spanish speaking support and to those engaged in marketing to the Latino community.

myLatinoLawyer.com's mission to make it easy for the public and for the legal establishment to find Bilingual Attorneys and Law firms in your area. It ensures that only qualified and… Continue

Added by Hugo J. Lembert on July 31, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

Official Release of AMERICA LIBRE

July 29th is a red letter day for me. Today marks the Grand Central Publishing official release of my debut novel AMERICA LIBRE. As you can imagine, getting published by a major house is a long and challenging process. But that’s all the more reason to celebrate the hard work. So I’d like to invite you to share in the fun – and maybe win a little cash.

The “My America Libre” Photo Contest

Winner’s share: $50 Cash

Here’s how it works: Take a digital photo of… Continue

Added by Raul Ramos y Sanchez on July 29, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Youth Prostitution Feeding Cuba;s Tourist Industry

On the eve of Art and Compassion Inc’s Ministry, Youth Outreach Trip to Cuba, (the ministry organization I have partnered with), I post this article I found and add a video that will shock, perturb, disgust and alter you, like it did me. Most especially if you have children and care for those who are abused because of their weakness and social conditioning. (Please have the video translated if you don’t understand… Continue

Added by Sandra M. Bueno on July 28, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments

Difficult return to original career

Hello everybody!

I have always worked with the public. More precisely in the restaurant industry. After many years I decided back in 2001 to change careers and started working in the car industry wher I enjoyed great financial and professional success. As a consumate salesman I always believed that "tomorrow would be better". The economy hit me square in the face and I lost everything. I've been wanting to return to the restaurant business but people see my past years in the car industry… Continue

Added by Pedro Caraballo on July 24, 2009 at 12:21pm — 3 Comments

Honduras feeling the pressure

Here is the latest info on the situation of the diplomatic impass down in Honduras.

Costa Rican President Oscar Arias is attempting to negociate a breakthrough. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton called Interim President Roberto Micheletti over the weekend and spoke to him. Per the Globe and Mail newspaper, State Dept spokesman P.J. Crowley stated she “helped him understand the potential consequences of a failure to take advantage of this mediation.” In other words, make the deal or… Continue

Added by Roberto Reyes on July 21, 2009 at 12:40pm — No Comments

Beyond satire: The Sotomayor Senate Hearings

The second day of Senate hearings for Judge Sotomayor had a couple of moments so loaded with irony, they could have been satirical skits. Unfortunately, what they represented was hardly funny.

Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, berated Judge Sotomayor for her now infamous "wise Latina" comment, saying "they would have had my head" had he made the same comments. These words came from a senator whose state still flies the Confederate Battle Flag on the Capitol… Continue

Added by Raul Ramos y Sanchez on July 15, 2009 at 4:30am — 1 Comment

Distinctions that defy logic

The terms Christian and Catholic define mutually exclusive groups in the minds of many in the United States. On closer examination, this is an odd distinction. In common parlance, “Christian” is the accepted term for Protestant denominations, especially those with an evangelical bent. Catholics are somehow excluded from being “Christian.” Yet the Catholic faith can trace a direct lineage to the church founded by the apostles of Christ. Ironically, many U.S. Catholics have come to accept the… Continue

Added by Raul Ramos y Sanchez on July 13, 2009 at 4:58am — 1 Comment

Obama Administration supporting WRONG side in Honduras

When we heard that the Honduran military took over power in Honduras by taking President Zelaya to Costa Rica, the United States joined many countries in criticizing what happened. It seemed that the past methods of military juntas crushing democracies were rearing it's ugly head again.

However, there is more to this story than it seems. As in every story, let's go back to the beginning shall we?

In 2006, President Zelaya won a close presidential election. Similar to all Presidents,… Continue

Added by Roberto Reyes on July 10, 2009 at 10:05am — 2 Comments

Seeking Software Engineers for e-commerce site in San Francisco

I am actively seeking Software Engineer candidates for positions located in the San Francisco area. If you, or know someone that would be interested in learning more about these opportunities, please go to

and enter Snapfish into the search field.

For immediate notification and consideration send your resume to me at raina.pintor@hp.com.


Raina Pintor

Staffing Advisor/ Snapfish, a… Continue

Added by Raina Pintor on July 9, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

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