President Trump’s immigration agency is recommending that the U.S. end temporary protections by next January for 50,000 Haitians 

President Trump’s immigration agency is recommending that the U.S. end temporary protections by next January for 50,000 Haitians 

President Trump’s immigration agency is recommending that the U.S. end temporary protections by next January for 50,000 Haitians allowed to remain in the United States following a series of natural disasters that have crippled the poverty-stricken Caribbean nation.James McCament, acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, concluded in a letter last week that conditions in Haiti have improved enough to end “temporary protected status” for Haitians, according to a copy of the letter obtained…

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RealRozay Introduces Amsterdam “Cannabis Energy Drink”

RealRozay Introduces Amsterdam “Cannabis Energy Drink”

In early 2011 a new Energy Drink was developed in Amsterdam called: Cannabis Energy Drink (CED). It contains a hemp seed extract, hence the brand name. Hemp is said to be the oldest, cultivated plant in the world and one of the healthiest and quickest crops to grow. Hemp, which doesn’t require the use of pesticides, is full of essential vitamins and minerals that offer excellent health benefits for the body. That is a good…

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What’s In Your Yogurt???

What’s In Your Yogurt???

  What’s in your yogurt? Just a little cochineal (Cochineal is a traditional red dye of pre-Hispanic Mexico). This precious dyestuff was obtained not from a plant, but from an insect that lives its life sucking on a plant. Food manufactures use this bug instead actual strawberry preserves. Take an extra second before purchasing anything with so-called strawberry flavor and read the ingredients. Also ladies cochineal is also found in some make up products, double…

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‘Queen-pin’ pleads guilty in Miami drug-trafficking case tied to Mexico, Colombia

I thought you might be interested in this story: ‘Queen-pin’ pleads guilty in Miami drug-trafficking case tied to Mexico, Colombia, Avila, 52, admitted Tuesday in federal court that she helped her former boyfriend, a Colombian cartel boss, evade prosecution for cocaine-smuggling charges in the United States Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/04/24/3361946/queen-pin-pleads-guilty-in-miami.html#storylink=cpy http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/04/24/3361946/queen-pin-pleads-guilty-in-miami.html Related articles ‘Queen-pin’ pleads guilty in Miami drug-trafficking case tied to Mexico, Colombia (mexicoinstitute.wordpress.com) ‘Queen-pin’ pleads guilty in Miami drug-trafficking case tied to Mexico,…

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