by The Media Consortium, Thu Apr 02, 2009 at 07:48:37 AM EDT
by Nezua, TMC MediaWire Blogger
In 2008, a disturbing trend developed in mainstream media regarding Mexico. While Mexico's President Felipe Calderón began his aggression against the Cartels roughly two years ago, the resulting uptick in violence was of no real interest to mainstream media. But when the U.S. Joint Forces Command reportJoint Operating Environment (JOE 2008) was issued in November, 2008, and declared Mexico and Pakistan nations in danger of a "rapid and sudden collapse," mainstream news outlets and certain politicians began broadcasting fears of violence spilling over into the US.
by utbrian, Wed Jun 28, 2006 at 04:00:13 PM EDT
Cross-posted to Calitics
The Mexican general election will be held this Sunday, July 2. It will have an enormous impact on America and more specifically California. The two candidates who are believed to have a chance are Felipe Calderón(Spanish) and Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Spanish). By the way, those are some spiffy websites. Calderon has a cool soccer game on the top of his. The campaign practically came to a halt for the Mexican soccer matches, but the attention of the Mexican media is squarely on this election after the Mexican squad fell in a thrilling battle with the powerhouse that is the Argentian national squad.
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