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What do Claims Adjusters do? More Hispanics are needed in this field.

I have been an Independent Insurance Adjuster for 9 years now. It is a rewarding and challenging position.

First, I would like to explain what it is not. Despite rumor and innuendo, it is not a position to cheat or underpay the customer, the Insured or Policyholder. Proper Insurance Adjusters inspect, analyze and decide what is covered or not under property or casualty claims. Nothing more, nothing less. We do not get paid extra or bonuses to Deny a claim. Most adjusters work…

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Added by Roberto Reyes on July 9, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

Arizona Law Goes Too Far

The new law in Arizona making it a State crime to be illegal will allow police officers to stop anyone that they "suspect" to be an illegal immigrant is wrong.

This is the Federal Government's responsibility, not the states.

Let's use some common sense here. A police officer in Arizona knows that most illegal immigrants there are of Mexican origin. Also, most illegal Mexicans have tan skin and dark hair. This means that most of the people that will be targeted will be…

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Added by Roberto Reyes on April 25, 2010 at 3:09pm — No Comments

Hispanics and the future of the USA

I saw some info from the US Census the other day. Interesting fact about Hispanics. Between 1995 and 2025, Hispanics will make up 44% of the growth in the USA.

What does this mean for Hispanics and the USA? Despite what people believe, we both need each other. Granted, while Spanish and Mexican people have been in what is now the USA since the 1500's, the huge influx of Hispanics over the last 30 years has been a challenge for the country. As prior immigrants have gone through…

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Added by Roberto Reyes on March 21, 2010 at 5:52pm — 1 Comment

Honduras elects a new President!

In the Telenovela that is Honduras, the latest chapter provides us with a positive turn of events.The Presidential election is over and Porifirio Lobo of the National Party led with 56 percent of the votes, defeating Elvin Santos of the Liberal Party which had 38 percent. The interesting part of this is that both former president Manuel Zelaya and interim president Roberto Micheletti were members of the Liberal Party.



The National Party is more of a center-right party than the… Continue

Added by Roberto Reyes on December 1, 2009 at 9:33pm — 2 Comments

Former Honduran President Zelaya throws a fit

Deposed Honduran President Manuel Zelaya is getting more and more frustrated with his ally, the Obama Administration. He stated today that "The United States has weakened in the face of the dictator." The "dictator" he is describing is interim President Roberto Micheletti.



Interim President Micheletti and Former President Zelaya reached an agreement on October 30th. The US supported this agreement. The Presidential Election is set for the 29th of this month and neither Zelaya or… Continue

Added by Roberto Reyes on November 13, 2009 at 1:53pm — 4 Comments

Zelaya returns - prepare for violence in Honduras

Things just got more interesting and dangerous in Honduras.

Ousted President Manuel Zelaya has sneeked back into the country of Honduras. He is staying in the Brazilian Embassy. If you don't remember, he was removed by the Military in June after trying to pass an unconsititional amendment to the Honduran Constitution. He was facing presidential term limits and, following in the footsteps of his political ally, Hugo Chavez, he tried to amend the constitution.

The Congress said "no" but… Continue

Added by Roberto Reyes on September 21, 2009 at 7:30pm — No 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

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

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