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The super wealthy are  among the biggest drivers of our mass immigration policy.    Such people  are exempt from the effects of their own policies.  They are so wealthy and insulated from the life of the common man. They  don’t have to worry so much about crime,  deteriorating public schools, neighborhoods invaded by illegal aliens […]

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Oh, the ups and downs of billionaires! Mexican telecoms mogul Carlos Slim (owner of Telmex, Telcel and América Movil) was the world’s wealthiest man for several years. But in March of 2014, Forbes magazine announced that Slim had dropped to second place, with Microsoft mogul Bill Gates back in the number one position, which he […]

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Allan on August 26th, 2014

The government of Mexico has finally passed historic legislation enacting energy reform.   The reform opens up Mexico’s energy sector to private companies which can bid for the rights to drill and share in the profits, whereas before they could only be subcontracted.  Another goal is to make the state oil company PEMEX (Petróleos Mexicanos) more […]

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Here’s a great example of hypocrisy.  The Mexican Foreign Ministry is throwing a hissy fit over Texas Governor Rick Perry’s  supposed “militarization” of the border by his deploying the National Guard there.   And yet, as I’ve documented in a previous article, the Mexican side of the border is already militarized, by the Mexican military! […]

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Allan on August 19th, 2014

Mass immigration (both legal and illegal) is driven in part by the interests of U.S. billionaires for whom cheap labor is more important than the future of our nation. Examples include Bill Gates, the Koch Brothers,  Mark Zuckerberg, Paul Singer, George Soros, Michael Bloomberg, Sheldon Adelson and too many others.   (Notice that the list […]

Continue reading about Mexico’s Open Borders Billionaire – Carlos Slim

On August 11th, 2014, an official signing ceremony was held at Mexico’s Palacio Nacional,  the ceremonial capitol building. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law a 21-part package of reforms to the Mexican energy industry. This historic legislation is designed to open up the energy sector and make PEMEX, the government oil company, into an […]

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Germany won the 2014 World Cup, held in Brazil.  The World Cup is an international soccer tournament held every four years. The Mexican team was eliminated by the Netherlands team, and there was a controversial call in the game.   Mexican player Rafael Marquez fouled Dutch player Arjen Robben.   After studying  videos and still photos of the […]

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Allan on July 21st, 2014

The World Cup, that quadrennial international soccer tournament which draws so much attention worldwide, was held in Brazil, from June 12th to July 13th.  Thirty-two national teams competed in stadiums in 12 Brazilian cities. In this year’s World Cup, the final game was Argentina vs. Germany.  Team Germany was triumphant, 1-0. In the past, every World […]

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Soccer’s quadrennial international championship tournament, the World Cup, is drawing to a close. What can be learned from it? For one thing, it shows that nationalism is alive and well.   Soccer fans travel thousands of miles to cheer on their national teams. Some of them wear bright colors of their national flags, or stereotypical […]

Continue reading about Mexican Soccer Fans Flew to Brazil World Cup from Mexico and …….?

There are a number of things going on in Mexico, including energy reform negotiations in Congress and legislative elections in some states.  But what most people care about now is the World Cup, which takes place once every four years. Right now, the World Cup of soccer is going on in Brazil  and that’s the big deal in […]

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