SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, RGV - On the eve of his group’s annual conference, the outgoing president of the South Texas County Judges and Commissioners Association says more attention needs to be paid to the importance of trade with Mexico. Zapata...
McALLEN, RGV - If elected governor of Texas, state Senator Wendy Davis will work tirelessly to improve trading relations with Mexico, including investing in infrastructure at border ports of entry. The Fort Worth Democrat outlined some of her top priorities...
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Following Mexico’s 2013 constitutional reforms on politics, telecommunications, tax and energy, the next step is to enact regulations containing the corresponding structural changes necessitated by such reforms. In accordance with the principal that if one can...
EDINBURG, RGV - It is time. It is time for a Biblical Lazareth to come forth again. President Lázaro Cárdenas del Rio came forth eight decades ago to protect and extend Mexico’s nationalism. He served as president from 1934 to...
EDINBURG, RGV - What’s been happening in Mexico? Lots. We just don’t pay much attention - as much attention as we should. Some things are good, some are bad. But most things happening there happen to affect us in many...
REYNOSA, Mexico - Under the motto "100 days, listening and working", Reynosa mayor Jose Elias Leal presented a report on the first 100 days of work in front the municipal administration. The event took place in front of the national...
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The information leaks released by former U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden have created a diplomatic crisis that encompasses 35 countries, including Mexico. The issue is that the NSA conducted surveillance programs on multiple...
MEXICO City, Mexico - Listening to the fireworks for the Virgen de Guadalupe last night from my hotel room in Mexico City, one could have mistaken them for the tumult occurring at the same time in the House of...
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The elections held in July 2013 in fourteen states of the Mexican Republic had winners and losers as is the case in any democratic political contest. Although it is normally believed that the winners are those...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s State Department has issued a new travel warning about the security situation in Mexico. The warning gives an overview of the situation in each state. In Tamaulipas, the document states the...

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