In the past, Mexico had smiled pleasantly as it ripped America off for billions of dollars in remittances, highly expensive US-taxpayer-funded healthcare and other freebies, even while pretending to be a friend and good neighbor.
It’s getting harding for Mexes to maintain appearances when the new sheriff in Washington DC has told them that the US […]
The state of Oaxaca lies in southern Mexico, far from the US border, nevertheless a number of its residents depend on connections with the United States to survive, and some put on a brave face about their concerns regarding the new president, voiced in Sunday’s Los Angeles Times.
They make a familiar argument from yesteryear: “Who […]
The new sheriff isn’t even in town yet, and he is having a big impact already. Carlos Manuel Sada Solana, the Mexican ambassador to U.S. visited Phoenix recently to spread some propaganda around, like how Mexico is a friendly neighbor.
Funny, I have a different impression — along with millions of other Americans. Let’s review some […]
Mexico’s beautiful west coast city of Acapulco used to be a safe and pleasant place for Americans to vacation. In fact, Hollywood produced a film in 1963 titled “Fun in Acapulco” starring Elvis Presley that was practically a travel ad.
But in recent years, tourists have been avoiding Acapulco because of worsening cartel violence. On Sunday […]
We immigration restrictionists love upbeat stories of Mexicans who forsake their theft of American jobs and achieve prosperity upon return to the beloved homeland. Is it not racist to believe that brown people are inherently incapable of creating wealth and must instead be rescued by big white America?
In fact, Mexico is rich, ranking #15 among […]
South of the border, there are big Mexican plans for defeating Donald Trump in his campaign to become President of the United States. In an “unprecedented effort” by Mexico, that government is meddling in our internal affairs by helping legal (!) resident Mexicans get US citizenship to vote against the Republican front-runner.
Our unfriendly neighbor claims […]
We see various reports that Mexico is progressing in education and expanding its middle class, with hopes that the country might be growing out of backwards culture.
But a front-page story in the Sunday New York Times shows the bad old days of mob lynchings are still ordinary and are even increasing because of “frustration.” (Apparently […]
We know that Mexico is a very violent place, where wars among drug cartels take out thousands annually. Interestingly, there are so many murders that the average lifetimes of Mexican men have been reduced by several months, according to a new study. That’s a lot of dead bodies to affect such a major demographic factor.
How violent has Mexico become? One indicator is that the House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz has suggested that three consulates there may need to be closed because of the danger to State Department staff from cartels and other local criminals.
Reporter William La Jeunesse discussed the details on Fox News with host Bill Hemmer:
LA JEUNESSE: […]
Mexico is a very rich country, a fact which Americans may forget since we see so many of that country’s poor fleeing the extreme disparities of wealth and looking to grab some yankee dollars.
Mexico currently ranks as #15 in GDP among all the nations of the world. Forbes 2015 list of billionaires counts 16 Mexicans, […]
On the same day that the Republican Senate was sworn in and the GOP majority of the House was increased, Obama received Mexican Presidente Enrique Pena Nieto for a friendly chat about erasing America’s borders and sovereignty. It was just an accident of scheduling, surely, not a petulant act of an extreme President whose policies […]
Last week I wrote about the level of crime in our southern neighbor that makes them a most undesirable society from which to admit immigrants: Mexico: 43 Disappeared Students Highlight Deep-Seated Lawlessness. Now those missing young people may have located — and it is tragic news for the families.
Bodies have been found, although they are […]