The Page Turner
By the end of the 16th century the oldest surviving winery in the New World had been established; operating today as Casa Madero in the state of Coahuila.
10 days after the Tlatelolco massacre President Díaz Ordaz presided over the opening Olympic ceremony; as Mexico city’s streets rumbled with tanks and billboards stated in a dozen languages: “Everything is possible with peace.”
One of the union’s privileges is that Pemex cannot dismiss workers, if their job is not required anymore. For instance, if an oil well dries up, workers cannot be dismissed. Pemex is paying an estimated 11,000 workers for, literally, doing nothing.
México’s immigration agency announced changes to its immigration laws in May of 2011. However, the changes did not come into force until November 9, 2012.
Last time I introduced you to a few wonderful people who saw a need and stepped in to do their part to meet it. Today you will meet more; people who did what they could to bring sound back into little Emmanuel’s life.
A number of Canadians, Mexicans, and Americans have generously given of their time and resources to help Lulu and Brilia and little Oscar Emmanuel Torrero Herrera.
I want to talk about a few angels (Canadians, Americans, and Mexicans) who saw a need and worked, sometimes independently, to bring a smile to the face of a small Mexican boy, Oscar Emmanuel Torrero Herrera.
In 1829 when Spain invaded México, Antonio López de Santa Anna played a key role in defeating the Spanish invasion at Tampico and emerged from the campaign as a national hero.
In its report released in September of last year the CNDH said six out of 10 Mexican prisons are “self-governed” by prison gangs or drug cartels.
In the early 1970s, a group of distinguished horsemen took on the task of creating a breed of horse native to México.
Since México’s Congress recently passed Educational Reform legislation, I thought I would review where México’s education system stands and what the Educational Reform hopes to accomplish.
The media missed Calderón’s critical strategic insight: Unless the cartels were challenged, militarily and morally, Mexico would surely fail. He was not going to let that happen, not on his watch.
In my opinion the biggest illusion and the one that has caused us the greatest harm is that we are separate and distinct from one another.
Some seeking political correctness say December 25th should not be denominated as the birth of Jesus because there is nothing in the Bible or any known writing that claims to record His birth date.
While you are celebrating this season of the year you may want to serve your family and guests a Poinsettia Cocktail.