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Allan on April 23rd, 2024

Nineteen feral cats living in Mexico’s National Palace have been adopted by the government and President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has declared them “living fixed assets”, the first animals to be designated such under Mexican law. For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 23rd, 2024, on Mexico News Report.

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Allan on April 17th, 2024

On April 7th, the first debate in the Mexican general election was held. It didn’t change polling much. For the entire entry, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published April 17th, 2024, on Mexico News Report.

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Allan on March 22nd, 2024

Mexico has a presidential election every six years, and the United States every four years. Every 12 years, therefore, Mexico and the United States have a presidential election the same year. This year, 2024, is one of those years. The Mexican election of 2024 is scheduled for June 2nd. For the entire article, click here. […]

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Allan on February 23rd, 2024

Fundidora Park, in Monterrey, Mexico, is an abandoned industrial area has been transformed into a multipurpose public park. At the heart of the park is Blast Furnace #3, which was repurposed as a museum. To read my article about Fundidora Park, with photographs, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published February 11th, 2024, on

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In the waning days of 2023, a delegation of high-ranking Biden administration officials traveled to Mexico to chat with the President of Mexico and officials. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 3rd, 2024, on Border Hawk Blog.

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Allan on January 14th, 2023

The much-ballyhooed North American Leaders’ Summit (NALS) is over.  Held in Mexico City on January 9 and 10, it featured the three North American leaders Justin Trudeau of Canada, Joe Biden of the U.S.A. and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) of Mexico. AMLO’s remarks during and following the summit show exactly where he stands: open […]

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Mexico City was founded as Tenochtitlan in 1325 by the Aztecs and destroyed by the Spaniards and Indian allies in 1521.  The Spaniards built a new city above the rubble.  Therefore, when you dig down under the city you find the Aztec structures.    Right off downtown Mexico’s City’s Zocalo Plaza is the Templo Mayor, site […]

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Allan on December 7th, 2022

In October the L.A. Times ran a piece, by Mexico City-based correspondent Kate Linthicum, reporting the shocking news that Mexico is a racially stratified country. What a shocker! To many American readers this may indeed be a new concept. But I’ve been writing about this for years. Mexico is a racially stratified society. The higher one goes […]

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Allan on September 22nd, 2022

The recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, after a 70-year reign, is the end of an era. Queen Elizabeth was a real globetrotter who traveled on state visits across the globe. Twice, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visited Mexico, in 1975 and 1983. Here are some highlights of those visits… For the entire article, click […]

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Allan on August 9th, 2022

As an American who lived a decade and a half in Mexico, I take an interest in the attention now being paid to Americans in Mexico.  Travel Noire ran an August 8 article entitled Digital Nomads: See Why Mexicans Are Fed Up With Them. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published […]

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