U. of Texas Recalls Remaining Students and Staff From Northern Mexico

The Chronicle of Higher Education 4/23/2010

Escalating violence in seven states of northern Mexico has prompted the University of Texas system to withdraw all of its students and faculty and staff members from there, the Associated Press reported today. The move, which affects about 40 people, follows initial action last month by Texas and other […]

Obama response to Mexico violence riles Texas Gov. Perry

Julie Mason Washington Examiner 3/17/2010

President Obama departs shortly on an overseas trip to Indonesia and other destinations, but an explosive international situation closer to home may soon demand his attention.

Escalating violence in Northern Mexico fueled by the region’s seemingly intractable drug wars are being blamed for the weekend murders of a U.S. consulate […]

Obama to Seek New Assault Weapons Ban

Previous Ban Expired in 2004 During the Bush Administration

by Jason Ryan ABC News 2/25/2010

The Obama administration will seek to reinstate the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004 during the Bush administration, Attorney General Eric Holder said today.

“As President Obama indicated during the campaign, there are just a few gun-related changes that […]

Zogby poll of Mexicans raises concerns over Mexican immigration

by David Paulin The American Thinker October 15, 2009

Why do many Mexican immigrants — legal and illegal — have trouble assimilating into American culture? Most of the 10 to 12 million Hispanics estimated to be here illegally are from Mexico. How would granting them amnesty affect future illegal immigration — especially from Mexico?

Recently, […]