Mexico has approved an energy reform bill that will allow foreign companies to invest in its oil sector after 75 years of state control over production. Some say this will strip the country, and one lawmaker demonstrated this point in front of Congress. A Mexican...
I can't believe I am saying this but government might just be working in Mexico, especially when compared with the farcical politics here in el Norte. While the U.S. Congress has trouble even keeping the lights on, the pace of change in Mexico under the Presidency of Enrique Peña Nieto has
12,000 Disgruntled Voters in Xalapa, Picked a Cat Over any Human Candidates
All I need to know about politics, I learned from a conversation I once had with an old PRI party operative in Mexico. The main variable at play in every politician's decisions, he told me, is not whether a law benefits the country, or even if it's in the interest of the politician's constituency:
Human voters are expressing their displeasure with politicians in a novel, cuddly way.
After She Was Denied a Table, a Mexican Official's Daugther Tried to Get Restaurant Shut
This is world news tonight the fighter 83 year old woman taking center stage of the Supreme Court. Her case challenges the justices and rallies the crowd marriage in America. The fans and undocumented person tries to scramble across the border to the surprise of senators. There to build support for
On Tuesday, Mexican authorities at Toluca International airport arrested Elba Esther Gordillo, the controversial president of Mexico's influential national teachers' union. Gordillo, one of Mexico's most powerful and polarizing women, is accused by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) of allegedly
News have been grim in Venezuela regarding Hugo Chávez's health, with Communication Minister Ernesto Villegas declaring on January 3rd that the socialist president was suffering from a "severe lung infection" from complications sustained during his most recent cancer-related surgery in Cuba. But