Browsing All posts tagged under »Mexican politics«

Awesome Book

December 5, 2018


Here’s what an Amazon reviewer says about Kill the Teachers As more people come up through the southern border, no matter what side of politics you are on you should not be ignorant to the facts presented in the book. There is a reason people are starving in Mexico where the president of Mexico is […]

Getting Places Safely

May 19, 2018


Getting Places Safely Robert Joe Stout The Governor of the State of Mexico affirmed that the Church answers the call to preserve moral values. JENARO VILLAMIL I first encountered my double among a shuffle of priests, reporters and security guards fringing the auditorium where the Governor was addressing the national Council of Catholic Bishops. Mistaken […]

Hidden Dangers Now an E-book

October 13, 2017


Rated 4.83 out of 5 stars on goodreads, Hidden Dangers, Mexico on the Brink of Disaster by Robert Joe Stout has just been released as a Kindle ebook. Hidden Dangers’ exposes the dangers that residents of both the United States and Mexico face if they do not deal with the problems infecting the economies and […]

Politicos Pobres

February 8, 2014


<p> Pobres Politicos   Despite gruesome massacres, massive poverty that thrusts thousands of jobseekers northward and military confrontations that have made no man’s lands of huge swaths of Mexico’s territory, the country’s outmoded political system creaks along unabated and unchanged, a cumbersome dinosaur oblivious of its twenty-first century surroundings. Nearly half of Mexico’s federal budget […]

The Dinosaur (of Mexican politics)

May 3, 2013


The Dinosaur  Robert Joe Stout            In 2006 the corrupt governor of Mexico’s state of Oaxaca sent a force of armed police to drive striking schoolteachers out of the city of Oaxaca’s central historical district. The action evoked a citizen response—a “Popular Assembly”—that retaliated and drove the governor and his minions out of the […]