Tourism is one of the biggest revenue producers in Mexico, and is promoted by the government and private business. Besides helping the economy, if tourism is managed properly it can encourage local communities and residents to preserve the environment and take care of historical and cultural sites. If people have a vested economic interest in […]

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Allan on March 29th, 2015

Here it is March of 2015, and the 2016 Presidential Election is already  upon us. With all the potential candidates, probable candidates and wannabe candidates hovering around the   media-sphere, one of them has officially launched his candidacy –  Rafael Edward “Ted” Cruz. Ted Cruz has a number of positive characteristics, yet is still something of […]

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Allan on March 24th, 2015

The Mainstream Media and the academic complex present race relations in America as a story of minorities being oppressed by whites. The Mainstream Media also celebrates the fact that the historic Anglo-American white majority is being driven into minority status. But what about relations between minorities?   Black-Hispanic relations in the United States have some […]

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Allan on March 23rd, 2015

Mexico’s mid-term congressional elections are scheduled for June 7th. Like the United States, Mexico has a bicameral congress. In the mid-term, the entire lower chamber (equivalent to the U.S. House of Representatives) is to be replaced, as the representatives cannot be reelected.  There are 500 representatives in the chamber, For the entire article, click here. Article […]

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Just five days after the capture of Servando Gomez Martinez, the leader of southern Michoacan state’s Caballeros Templarios, Mexican authorities captured another big narco boss, Alejandro “Omar” Treviño Morales, known as Z-42, leader of the infamous Zetas cartel. Treviño was captured by Mexican federal police and Mexican Army soldiers on March 4th, 2015 in San Pedro […]

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Media Matters is a left-wing attack group, which usually attacks conservatives.    Recently though, a Media Matters article appeared attacking Mainstream Media Sunday morning  news shows.   Why is that? Seven of the shows it criticized were English-language shows, while two were Spanish-language programs. And that leads us to another question, what’s with this massive […]

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Servando Gomez Martinez, also known as “La Tuta,” was captured by Mexican federal police on February 27th, 2015, in Michoacan’s capital city Morelia, with no shots being fired.  Agents had been gathering intelligence on Gomez for months. Gomez was the leader of a cult-like drug cartel, based in Michoacan state in southern Mexico, called Los Caballeros Templarios […]

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Allan on March 3rd, 2015

President Obama went to Miami to speak to a “town hall”.   This “town hall” wasn’t open to the general public but to a select audience of amnesty-boosters. Obama defended his unilateral amnesty, bashed the Republicans and reassured illegal aliens that he is on their side. Where is the GOP?  Why aren’t Republicans calling Obama […]

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Spring break in Mexico is an annual tradition. And the past few years have seen a new, related tradition – a warning by the government of Texas against traveling to Mexico during spring break. Beginning in 2011, each year the state of Texas has warned spring breakers not to visit Mexico.  That brings it to […]

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