Cartel Terrorism On Our Southern Border

The New York Post reports the U.S. consulate in Tijuana, Mexico warned the public and government employees to avoid the area due to an outbreak of violence resulting from drug cartels feuding. Four other cities (Mexicali, Rosarito, Ensenada, and Tecate) are reportedly experiencing heavy police activity too. PHOTO CREDIT: Mexico’s disappeared people – By Comisión… Read More Cartel Terrorism On Our Southern Border

EGADS! Northern Mexico’s Beer Production Stops Due To Severe Drought … Maybe

A water crisis resulting from a severe drought that has lasted for months is taking place in northern Mexico. Consequently, it has badly affected beer production in the area and climate change is reportedly to blame. Monterrey is one of Mexico’s most important economic hubs and home to some of the largest beermakers in the… Read More EGADS! Northern Mexico’s Beer Production Stops Due To Severe Drought … Maybe

Mexico Backs Off From Renewables, Expands Coal Use

Last week’s storm in Texas didn’t just affect the state, it also had an impact on the state’s neighbor to the south. Over five million Mexican citizens were without power last week due to natural gas shortages that interrupted Mexico’s providing electricity. From NBCDFW: “Mexico’s government-owned utility, the Federal Electricity Commission, said its operations were… Read More Mexico Backs Off From Renewables, Expands Coal Use

Mexican President Criticizes Environmentalist’s Foreign Support

Mexico’s President, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (a.k.a. AMLO), has assailed environmentalists in his country for the foreign money their organizations receive resulting from an infrastructure project AMLO wants built. Naturally, the greens are incensed and demand he apologize (fat chance). While this is welcome news, there may be no good guys in this scenario. AMLO… Read More Mexican President Criticizes Environmentalist’s Foreign Support