Mexico

Mass Emigration Aides Corruption, Violence in Mexico

Returning illegal aliens help form self-defense groups
Center for Immigration Studies
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
National News

Reclaiming the Southwest from the gringos

The February 1, 2014 Economist presented a short anti-American article and map explaining how Mexicans "didn’t jump the border - it jumped them".

To fight the cartel, Mexican emigrants return to their hometowns

Many who have long lived in California travel or send resources to central Mexico to support militias standing up for their communities ...
Los Angeles Times
Saturday, January 25, 2014
National News

Martin Cruz was chopping onions in the cramped kitchen of the Birrieria Apatzingan restaurant in Pacoima and talking with his co-worker Bertha Infante about the violence that has gripped their hometown — the namesake of the eatery where they work.

Omnibus Spending Bill Continues Funding Food Stamp Ads in Mexico

Brietbart
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
National News

The omnibus spending bill before Congress continues to fund U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) advertising programs for food stamps in foreign countries like Mexico, Breitbart News has learned.

After 20 years, NAFTA hasn't closed Mexico wage gap

The Denver Post
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
National News

[...] Mexico's weak unions and competition from Asia and Central America kept wages down; the tightening of security along the U.S. border closed off Mexico's immigration "escape valve," and environmental provisions in the agreement proved less powerful than those protecting investors.

Fast and Furious gun turns up after Mexican resort shootout

CNN
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
National News

A dramatic shootout between authorities and suspected cartel gunmen at a Mexican seaside resort this month has ties to a botched U.S. gun operation.

Border Patrol: A group of about 100 attempting to enter U.S. illegally assaults agents

Several agents were struck
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Monday, November 25, 2013
National News

A group of about 100 people attempting to cross the border illegally Sunday threw rocks and bottles at U.S. Border Patrol agents who used a pepper ball launcher to force the crowd back into Mexico, federal officials said Monday.

Mexican consulate & Denver Public Schools form partnership

As many as 500 people visit the consulate each day
The Denver Post
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Colorado News

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