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Republicans Launch Agenda

September 25, 2010 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

The Republican House Minority leader put the strengthening of border security in order to decrease drug cartel violence and illegal immigration among their top priorities in their agenda, which was released yesterday. They are starting this campaign to regain the majority in Congress in the November elections. [Read more]

Sept. 11: Security Missing

September 23, 2010 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

The lost sense of security never reappeared. Without it, categorical thinking — from a clash of civilizations, unable to differentiate — continues to look for culprits in Islam.

On the Steps of Bush’s House

September 12, 2010 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

A Mexican immigrant made a joke of the security checks at George W. Bush’s house in Dallas and knocked on the door with the hope that the former president of the United States could help him gain U.S. citizenship faster, press sources reported today. Sources quoted by television station KTVT Dallas reported that the [Read more]

Bilateral Context: Mexico and the United States

September 8, 2010 // La Jornada - Mexico - Spanish

The sociopolitical and security impacts of the economic policies put in place since the 1970s to ease the effects of the capitalist crisis (a class war led by Reagan, Thatcher and their successors to halt a fall in profits) are being felt strongly in Mexico and the United States in the first decade of the 21st century. [Read more]

Racists with Power

September 7, 2010 // El Excelsior - Mexico - Spanish

Racists are so consumed by the sentiment of hate that they are left with little imagination to generate creative and effective ideas that would help them complete tasks that are entrusted to them. If we add to this the mental structure of a belief in the existence of absolute right (which, of course, is theirs), it is [Read more]

Discord and Tolerance in the U.S.

September 2, 2010 // Excelsior - Mexico - Spanish

U.S. society, especially the politicians and the media, approach the theme of immigration as if this was the first and only time it has come up — never mind that it has given the country its much-regarded multi-ethnic identity and produced so many benefits for its political system, universities, sciences, arts and [Read more]

U.S. vs. U.S.

September 2, 2010 // Excelsior - Mexico - Spanish

There are only a few weeks to the midterm elections, and some citizen action groups have divided the country. Americans will go to the polls soon, and the battle has divided the country. In recent weeks, people have taken to the streets to protest against the Muslim community center that has been planned in the heart [Read more]

Illegals Are Abused after Arrest in the U.S.

August 30, 2010 // El Universal - Mexico - Spanish

<b>Illegals Are Abused After Arrest in the U.S.: Fifteen documented cases of sexual abuse against migrant women </b> Washington — In October, when the U.S. Secretary of National Security, Janet Napolitano, announced a radical change in the detention laws that would put a stop to the inhumane treatment undocumented [Read more]
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