Articles Tagged with mexico

ISIS: Is America Going To War?

According to statement by White House, America is at war with ISIS.

ISIS has been a debated topic within the United States for a while now. On September 10, President Barack Obama addressed the nation about the role America intended to play in controlling the threat of ISIS. He spoke of the group as ISIL, another name for ISIS or Islamic State, and explained the complete and… Read more »

Illegal Immigration: New Poll Shows Hispanics And Democrats Oppose Obama Plan

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Illegal immigration is not just a border state problem anymore. Approximately 60,000 illegal aliens have crossed the Texas border and been transported to all 50 states so far this year. About one-third of those who crossed from Mexico into the United States were unaccompanied children. President Barack Obama’s plan to deal with the immigration crisis… Read more »

Illegal Immigrants: Mexico Upset National Guard Sent To Texas Border

mile after mile of border fence

Mexico is upset that Governor Rick Perry sent the National Guard to the border to stop illegal immigrants from crossing into Texas. A statement from Mexico’s Foreign Ministry said in no uncertain terms that the country “rejects” tactics being used to secure the border. Texas Governor Rick Perry has been very vocal in his opposition… Read more »

Earthquake In Ecuador Kills 2 Near Equator

2 dead, 8 injured in Quito Ecuador

A moderately sized earthquake rumbled Quito, Ecuador yesterday, leaving at least two dead and eight injured. At 2:58 pm, as the United States Geological Survey (USGS) reports, the ground trembled for just under a minute, causing buildings to sway and rattle as the 5.1 quake caused mudslides and dust clouds. Centered 14 miles northeast of… Read more »

Texas Tea Party Protests Against Illegal Immigrants

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Central Texas Tea Party members organized a protest to urge local lawmakers to pass a resolution banning the transportation of illegal immigrants to the town of Temple and Bell County. The illegal immigration protest was just one of many similar events going on around the country as the federal government buses and flies illegal aliens… Read more »

You Won’t Believe Who Or What This Mexican Mayor Married

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Marriages can be tricky. But no one can possibly imagine just how complicated this marriage of a Mexican mayor will be. In an elaborate wedding ceremony, Mayor Joel Vasquez Rojas married his bride who was dressed in white. Incidentally, the ceremony was complete with a priest officiating and the guests “danced” with the newly married… Read more »

MS-13: Illegal Immigrants In Deadly Gang Slated For Release

illegal immigrant gangs

MS-13 gang members are among the illegal immigrants being held at Texas border facilities. The young males who admitted to being in the gang are also reportedly attempting to recruit younger unaccompanied children into their drug-running group. Border Patrol agents say their hands are tied to separate the members of the deadly gang from the… Read more »

Mexican Train Derails With 1,000 Illegal Immigrants Riding On Top

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A Mexican train carrying more than 1,000 illegal immigrants derailed en route to the Texas border area. The cargo train was transporting both Central Americans and Mexican adults and children hoping to enter the United States illegally and surrender themselves to Border Patrol agents, Reuters reports. None of the illegal immigrants about the Mexican train… Read more »

Border Patrol Agents Fired Upon By Mexican Choppers

Border Patrol Agents Fired Upon

Border Patrol agents were fired upon by Mexican military helicopters that traveled across the border early Thursday morning, reports News 4 Tucson. According to Art del Cueto, Border Patrol Tucson Sector union president, sometime between 12 am and 6 pm at least one helicopter unexpectedly crossed into U.S. territory, used lethal force against two U.S…. Read more »

Illegal Immigration: Rick Perry Calls The Border A ‘Disaster Area’

crisis at the us southern border

Illegal immigration on the Mexican border is overwhelming the system and turning boundaries in the southern states into a “disaster area” according to Texas Governor Rick Perry. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, thousands of illegal immigrant children have been pouring across the border from Central American and being housed in cramped conditions in government-run… Read more »

Plane Crash: Two Devastating Accidents In Mexico, Finland on Easter Day

Plane Crash In Mexico and Finland Take Lives on Easter Day.

A plane crash is a devastating enough event all by itself, but when two severe plane crashes occur on Easter on two different continents, the devastation reaches significantly worse levels. One plane crash in Helsinki, Finland killed eight parachutists, while a second plane crash on the same day in northern Mexico killed eight more passengers…. Read more »

Yasiel Puig Receives Death Threats, Miraculously Plays On

Yasiel Puig Threatened by Human Traffickers.

Yasiel Puig is one of the brightest young stars in major League Baseball, but now that details of some of the traumatic things that are going on in Yasiel’s life are coming to light, one can’t help but ask: “How is this guy able to play baseball with stuff like this on his mind?” According… Read more »

Beltran-Leyva Gang Kingpin Captured In Mexico City Raid

Arnoldo Villa Sanchez

The second highest-ranking figure in the Beltran-Leyva drug cartel is now sitting behind bars, as the culmination of a coordinated series of raids on an upscale Mexico City neighborhood came to a head yesterday. Monte Alejandro Rubido, the head of Mexico’s Policía Federal, said suspect Arnoldo Villa Sanchez was arrested along with another man believed… Read more »

Jesse Ventura Goes Off Grid In Mexico To Hide From Drones

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Jesse Ventura has gone off the grid in Mexico to escape drones. The former professional wrestler and Minnesota Governor told a CNBC journalist that he moves about with his television show so that drones cannot find out where he is. The former Minnesota Governor hosts an Ora TV show entitled simply, Off the Grid. Jesse… Read more »

Mexico Prison Stormed By Men Disguised As Police, Shootout Kills Nine

Mexico Prison Stormed By Men Disguised As Police, Shootout Kills Nine

A Mexico prison stormed by gunmen disguised as police officers resulted in a shootout that killed nine people. Authorities are blaming Mexican drug gangs. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, alleged Honduras death squads have been targeting gang members and are backed by the United States. Six gunmen apparently managed to fool the guards at… Read more »

Hurricane Ingrid And Tropical Storm Manuel Kill 5 In Mexico

Hurricane Ingrid

Five people in Mexico have died after two tropical storm systems hit opposite sides of the country. Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel left a path of destruction as Ingrid claimed two lives and Manuel killed three people. Ingrid struck in the Gulf of Mexico while Manuel targeted areas nestled along the Pacific Ocean. News… Read more »

James Lee DiMaggio May Be Armed With Explosives, Police Say

James Lee DiMaggio may be armed with explosives according to police.

The bizarre case of James Lee Dimaggio keeps getting stranger by the day, and now police are saying that he may be armed with explosives, and, if anyone in the public comes across his car, they should use extreme caution. DiMaggio is wanted for allegedly kidnapping 16-year-old Hannah Anderson and her 8-year-old brother Ethan. The… Read more »

Cyclospora Lettuce Infection Traced To Mexico

Cyclospora lettuce infection traced to Mexico

The Cyclospora lettuce infection has been traced to Mexico. The recent outbreak of Cyclospora which has led to illness in more than 400 people in 16 US states has been traced below the border. The FDA discovered the source of the bagged lettuce parasite and has doubled up its efforts to check facilities bagging leafy… Read more »

Immigration Reform: Building An Expensive Border Wall To Nowhere

Immigration Reform Comes First As Border Security

Commentary | Immigration reform took a step forward, of sorts, Monday evening as the push to include major provisions regarding border defense got approved in a Senate vote. As the New York Times reports, in a 67 to 27 vote, the Senate made the first formal step on immigration reform after months of debate, and it… Read more »