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Tag Archives: Mexico
By Andrea Flynn Last week the Supreme Court decided to leave in place a Texas law that has essentially closed a third of the abortion providers in that state. On their own, the abortion restrictions are devastating. But in the … Continue reading
By Lilly Workneh Ten large packages of marijuana fell from the sky after an airplane dropped the bundles in an open field in San Diego. The packages, which contained more 260 pounds of pot and are worth an estimated street … Continue reading
By Larry Kaplow Latin American cartels are fueled by U.S. drug demand so their illegal retail networks often stretch throughout America. And Mexico’s arrest of Miguel Angel Trevino Morales was a reminder that the connections between drug traffickers and the … Continue reading
By Jermaine Spradley Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of civil rights icon Malcolm X, has been killed in Mexico according to The Amsterdam News. He was 28. Shabazz’s death was also confirmed on Twitter and Facebook by Terrie Williams, a friend of the … Continue reading
This is humorous, but true. Sorry, to bust any bubbles. 6 Myths About Famous Places You Believe (Thanks to Movies) | Cracked.com.
There has been surge of Border Patrol agents, other law enforcement agencies, and an increased military presence along the US-Mexican border. There’s a lot of fingers that are on triggers. Rock throwing and crowds surrounding armed officers attempting to enforce … Continue reading