News Local fight with Mexican cartel a small victory
8 months after locals formed self-defense groups, they are free of the cartel in 6 municipalities whose name came to signify criminal activity. What's more, the self-defense leaders, who are clearly breaking Mexican law by picking up military-style a
News Mexican Senate Approves Tax on Junk Food
http://thelibertybeat.com, By Derrick Broze
On Thursday the Mexican Senate passed a measure that will implement new taxes on a number of items including junk food and soda.
News Cholera Outbreak Gripping Mexico, 171 Confirmed Cases
Last month, Mexico was affected by a hurricane and tropical storm that dumped heavy rain on the region, causing floods, landslides and displacement of large numbers of people.
News NSA leaks: Years of spying on Mexico govt gave US investment benefits
US electronic surveillance in Mexico reportedly targeted top officials, including both current and previous presidents.
News Mexican Consulate plans Saturday, Oct. 19, Asheville visit to aid immigrants
More than 24,000 Mexicans live in Western North Carolina, according to the Consulate General of Mexico's Raleigh, N.C., office.
News Big storms hit Mexico on opposite coasts; 21 dead
The remnants of Tropical Storm Manuel continued to deluge Mexico's southwestern Pacific shoulder with dangerous rains while Hurricane Ingrid weakened to a tropical storm after making a Monday landfall on the country's opposite coast......
News Violent clashes with police in Mexico
Violent clashes broke out between demonstrators and riot police in Mexico City on Sunday as demonstrators rallied against proposed reforms by President Enrique Pena. Riot police used tear gas on protesters, who responded with rocks and objects set on
News Anti-GMO activists hoax mainstream media with mock Monsanto press release
Why is Monsanto's Chief of Community Relations scrambling to defend the mega biotech giant that employs her?
News Mexico To Open The Floodgates To Foreign Oil Companies
http://www.mintpressnews.com, By Trisha Marczak
Mexicans worry that partnerships with Big Oil could take the nation down a slippery slope.
News The Zapatistas launch community ran School of Liberty in Chiapas, Mexico
The Liberty Beat
La escuelita de libertad, or the little school of liberty, will focus on schooling as well as involving students in the daily life of the Zapatistas community. Students will live with a family in a rebel zapatista community and cut wood, work in the
News Holder discussed gun-running with Mexico in 2009
Attorney General Eric Holder has denied under oath that he had any involvement in Operation Fast & Furious and claims he only became aware of the scandal in 2011
Headlines: Holder discussed gun-running with Mexico in 2009
-- The Zapatistas launch community ran School of Liberty in Chiapas, Mexico -- Mexico To Open The Floodgates To Foreign Oil Companies -- Anti-GMO activists hoax mainstream media with mock Monsanto press release
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-- Mexican Consulate plans Saturday, Oct. 19, Asheville visit to aid immigrants -- NSA leaks: Years of spying on Mexico govt gave US investment benefits -- Cholera Outbreak Gripping Mexico, 171 Confirmed Cases -- Mexican Senate Approves Tax on Junk Food -- Rodrigo Canales: The deadly genius of drug cartels -- Local fight with Mexican cartel a small victory -- Rodrigo Canales: The deadly genius of drug cartels --