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"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 1 d ago

"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To his apartment and packs what he can into two suitcases He pays what's left on his lease His brother drives him to the airport and the next thing Omar knows he's on a plane headed out of the country It's been a year and a half since the students from the teacher's college came under attack And parents have pretty much lost hope of ever finding out what happened to their sons International experts had shown instead of exposing the truth the Mexican government covered it up Now those international experts along with their executive secretary Omar have left the country in fear Next week the final episode in our series we tracked down a man in witness protection who says he was tortured into signing a false confession It's something I can't describe what it feels like to have a bag over your head and to be deprived of air I can not move my heart racing at 1000 mph from the need to breathe there See that And the Mexican government's lead investigator becomes a fugitive He had been charged with very serious crimes including torture forced disappearance and obstruction of justice That's next week on after I had seen ABBA If you need to catch up on this series check out the reveal podcast and while you're there leave us a review It helps spread the word about the story Our partners at a Don day media are developing a Spanish language version of the series Stay tuned for more details Our.

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 Migrant caravan organizer says group headed to US border

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Migrant caravan organizer says group headed to US border

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a migrant caravan organizer says the group is now headed to the U. S. border the leader of a caravan of central American migrants walking across southern Mexico said Monday the group is changing plans and will now head toward the US border the apparent change comes after immigration activist and radio movie because said the caravan has been pursued and harassed by Mexican government officials last Thursday a group of migrants pelted officers of Mexico's National Guard with rocks injuring five guard officer on Monday a group of mainly central American migrants got a cold reception in the state of Oaxaca they were initially denied entry into the town of truck with this as officials cited the fear of spreading cove it nineteen hi

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New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 3 months ago

New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

"Tell Biden we are coming. The new migrant caravan of border jumpers and line cutters and criminals, new migrant caravan marches through Mexico to U.S. border. We have to change the way that we talk about this. These are not migrants. These are criminals. They have the intent to break federal law and state law and break into our country. Migrants are people that move from Southern California to the central valley to try to get work. That's would be a migrant. And this is nothing more than the movement of people for an economic incentive. The migrants mostly from Central America, South American Haiti are taking the 2500 mile to 200 mile journey to Texas. I'm reading from the Washington examiner. This is interesting. The group was organized through a QR code that allowed participants to register starting October 15th, according to Fox News. Due to the Mexican government banning migrants from hitching rides from truckers, the migrants will have to take the entire journey on foot. Tell Biden we are coming, said one migrant named William from El Salvador, told the news outlet, wait, so they have QR codes that they're organizing with this thing? What is this a rock concert? Let's get QR codes and we can figure out how to illegally enter into the country. Do you know what a QR code is? Some of you might be listening. You don't know what that is. It is when you see on a poster or on television, bottom right hand corner, it's it looks like a barcode, something that you would use at the grocery store and you put up your phone to it, and it helps you join the caravan. You know, we should have a QR code to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show. That'd be interesting. Not join a caravan. Tell Biden we are coming. The caravan left chula on the border with Guatemala on October 23rd. With hours beginning of their journey the migrants were greeted by a wall of Mexican National Guard troops. This was a joke. The Mexican National Guard should have held the line. But the migrants forced their way to the blockade, continuing their journey to the United States. The caravan is moving north before the reinstatement of the remaining Mexico policy. Border arrests have surged to an all time high, more than 1.7 million in fiscal year 2021. How many getaways have there been, by the way? U.S. customs and border patrol did not immediately respond to questioning for comment from the new the new

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 US plans to reinstate 'Remain in Mexico' policy next month

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

US plans to reinstate 'Remain in Mexico' policy next month

"Then ministration plans to reinstate a trump Europe border policy the justice department says beginning next month asylum seekers will have to wait in Mexico for hearings in U. S. immigration court complying with the judge's order the Mexican government which has raised concerns that U. S. officials are working to address must give its approval about seventy thousand asylum seekers have been subject to the remaining Mexico policy which president trump introduced in January twenty nineteen and

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Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

Texas Standard

01:09 min | 6 months ago

Mexico Sues U.S. Gun Manufacturers for Contributing to Arms Trafficking Deaths

"Brown. The Mexican government is suing several leading gun manufacturers in the United States, alleging their business practices lead to weapons smuggling across the border and deaths in Mexico. Angela co chair gave Katie P. Reports from El Paso. In the lawsuit. Mexico's government alleges top U. S gun manufacturers including Smith and Wesson, Colt and Glock know their practices facilitate arms trafficking. Mexico estimates 70% of the illegal guns in the country are from the U. S, including those smuggled from Texas and other border states. Mexico's Foreign minister Marcello Abrar, traveled to El Paso Tuesday to mark the two year anniversary of the mass shooting. During an interview after the remembrance ceremony, he said Mexico had built a case based on intelligent Turkey. The link between guns sold in the U. S. And deaths in Mexico. The Mexican government estimates at least 17,000 murders involved traffic guns in 2019. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday in US federal Court in Massachusetts, where a leading gun distributor is

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Mexico Sues US Gun Manufacturers Over Arms Trafficking Toll

Here and Now

00:15 sec | 6 months ago

Mexico Sues US Gun Manufacturers Over Arms Trafficking Toll

"The Mexican government is suing US gun manufacturers, accusing them of illegal commercial practices. The lawsuit accuses the gun makers of knowingly facilitating gunrunning leading to the violence south of the border. Thousands of guns are smuggled into Mexico each

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Biden Seeks Help on Border From Mexican President

America's First News

03:39 min | 11 months ago

Biden Seeks Help on Border From Mexican President

"Trump administration's immigration policies, he turned to Mexico on Monday to try to build a relationship with President Andres Manuel Lopez over door and the effort coming as a flood of migrants have rushed to the border. Since Biden's victory in November. The president has back to bill to give legal status in a path to citizenship to the estimated 11 million people. Living in the country illegally. United States and Mexico are stronger when we stand together. There's a long and complicated history between our nations that haven't always been perfect neighbors with one another. We have seen over and over again, the power and the purpose when we cooperate. And we're safer when we work together. Whether it's addressing the challenges of our shared border, forgetting this pandemic under control way had a Mexican president who dominated the country for 34 years. Very little time. His name was defeated. Yes, and he would say, or Mexico so far from dawn, and yet so close to the United States. I have no saved. Yeah, it's wonderful from Mexico to be close to God and not so far from the United States, Border Patrol agents are apprehending an average of more than 200 Children crossing the border without a parent per day. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas on Monday's looking toe push back against the notion that the situation at the border is spiraling out of control. When I started 27 days ago, I learned that we did not have Thief facilities available or equipped To administer the humanitarian laws that are Congress passed years ago. Way did not have the personnel. Policies, procedures or training to administer those laws. Quite frankly, the entire system was gutted. It takes time. Build out of the depths of cruelty that the administration before us established, they need. They need to wait. It takes time. To rebuild the system from scratch. If they come if families come if single adults come to the border, we are obligated to in the service of public health, including the health of the very people who are thinking of coming. To impose the travel restrictions under the C D. C s title 42 with the authorities and return them. To Mexico and we have done that. We need individuals to wait and I will say that they will wait with a goal in mind and that is our ability to rebuild as quickly as possible. A system so that they don't have to take that the dangerous journey and we can enable them tow access humanitarian relief from their Kwan countries. Of origin. Um, do you believe that right now, there's a crisis at the border. I think that the answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing. Following the White House's virtual meeting with the Mexican president, the two sides released a joint statement pledging greater cooperation on addressing migration, the corona virus pandemic and climate change. The Mexican government issued a separate statement, adding the two sides also agreed to crack down on migrant trafficking. Democrats hope of including that minimum

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"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Are seeking better conditions in the North. Large group of people from Honduras made it across the border to Guatemala, and for some Mexico would be next. Beyond that. The border of the United States journalist Maria Martin is an antique Oh, Guatemala and joins us now with the latest good morning. Good morning, Steve what has happened at the Honduras Guatemala border. Well, what's been going on for the last two days is that maybe it's many It's 9000 migrants were able to get through the border this weekend when their numbers overwhelmed security guards at the border. So many of these migrants are young men carrying nothing but a small backpack. But there are also families, women pushing Strollers with little babies and some older people in wheelchairs. For most of Monday, there was a standoff between the water Mama security forces and the migrants who were blocking a major highway between the two countries. And the migrants were given an ultimatum to move Now the watermelon government says of the migrants have been dispersed. Some have been transported back to Honduras and others have broken off from the main group and are trying to make their way north to Mexico with into the U. S. But the Mexican government files not to let the migrants enter their territory. These sound like the actions of desperate people, what conditions that they fling. The very desperate people. They're very low income. They left this area in Honduras and, of course under it is one of the poorest, most violent, most corrupt countries in the Americas. And one of the areas hardest hit by the two hurricanes that struck in October and November. And of course by the pandemic. I spoke with the father. He smiled Moreno, who runs an independent radio station in the region. What would a kindness Middleton being going weapons genius with the hurricane Sis Father mellow and with the pandemic, hundreds were left without jobs, homes with no opportunities to get ahead. So many of the migrants say there's nothing for them in Honduras that they would be prepared to do anything on that. Faced with a life of mystery, violence and corruption and hundreds that if they get sent back, they might try again. Although, of course the pandemic has been going for many months. The Hurricanes were last fall. Do you have any sense of why they would be moving now? Justice Joe Biden is about to take office in the United States. Is that a pure coincidence? Well, really. There were more caravans during the Trump administration because people see that this is a safety in numbers for them cheaper than paying a smuggler. Many of course, juicy hope for better treatment of migrants under Biden, but the timing I think it's more to do with the Devastations of the hurricanes that were in November than then came, You know, Christmas than it's a new year, and instead it's time to to come up. And, of course, this issue to as father, Mello says. The desperation and the mystery of so many Hondurans. There's just a reminder. I suppose that people are driven not necessarily by policies in the United States, but by that desperation back home. That's right. That's right. It was It was a new year and they saw nothing left for them. Nothing was working in terms of, um, getting any help from their government or hope for that. Maria Martin. Thank you so much really appreciate it. Thank you. Journalist Maria Martin, speaking in Antigua, Guatemala. Joe Biden's nominee for Secretary of state. Tony Blinken, will answer questions from the Senate a confirmation hearing today If he's confirmed, what are his priorities? Here's NPR's Michele Kelemen. When he introduced himself in a carefully staged event with Biden last November, Tony Blinken talked about his own American story, He says his grandfather fled the Russian programs and found refuge in America. His stepfather was a Holocaust survivor who was rescued by an African American GI. That's who we are. That's what America represents to the world. However, imperfectly blink in a former deputy secretary of state and longtime Biden Aid promised to restore America's credibility on the world stage with humility but also confidence. Because America at its best Still has a greater ability than any other country on Earth..

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Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

Not Too Shabby

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Arrest of former Mexican defense minister shakes military

"The Mexican government has confirmed that a former defence secretary arrested in the United States and Thursday is facing drugs charges. General Salvador Cienfuegos lead the Mexican army for six years until 2018 during the presidency of Enrique Pena Nieto will grant reports on Friday. General Cienfuegos said there will be transferred to York, where he will see his lawyer for the first time since he was arrested. A former Mexican defense minister, faces five charges in total related to drug trafficking. In his morning news conference, the President Andres Manuel Lopez over the door would only say he had known about an investigation into the ex defense minister for a little over two weeks. His arrest was lamentable, the president said. Andan unequivocal sign of the decomposition

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"mexican government" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mexican government" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"We're partnering with first informally or, you know, under the radar and then more formally after the end of the American civil War with the Mexicans and and supplying guns to the Mexicans, but then also helping Benito Juarez and his Mexican government in exile, helping them retake Mexico. From the French and from Maximilian Emperor Maximilian so that the American bubble of movies in here isn't whether are there It could blow your mind and suddenly I will see this to some really delicious. Sort of descriptions of the social steam in the paper newspapers of the time that I found just this is just ready to be made into a movie. So there was this like political support for the Mexicans in Mexico, the Mexican government Style and financial support. And this was about the Monroe doctrine, and I believe in sovereignity, but this was also about money, and a lot of the men photographed the Americans. Or involved in business is making money by supplying forts at the time was supplies. But also they were part of these informal rings of financial and political control. This hand of favoring The custom house ring the You know, they're part of the salt wars that happened a little bit later leading up to the Lincoln County Wars. I mean, so all this interconnection with really deep new Mexican history. And it was really the motivation for General Carleton, whose photographs in the album who was the head of the New Mexico Department. The army. It secretly investing in gold mines, and I believe he had that I don't want to give it all away. I mean, read the book. You know, he could make a lot of money if he could just get the Navajo out of where they were their homeland. Wow, this being some of the really great It's not the only in this mind, perhaps impetus of moving them to this removing them from their homeland. And so the greed So in the hardship that right where Where can our listeners purchased this book? If they're interested? This book is available from any book sellers. I could recommend ordering it through local bookstores collected works, for example, exactly. By local nine University of Oklahoma Press. You can read about it there and order or through other booksellers online. Well, thank you, Debra. For being here today we've been speaking about Severus book, hardship, greed and Sorrow, which just won a 2 2020 New Mexico Arizona Book Awards for the Arts..

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How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

BrainStuff

04:57 min | 1 year ago

How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the

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Bone Fragments in Mexico Identified as Belonging to One of 43 Missing Students

Democracy Now! Audio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Bone Fragments in Mexico Identified as Belonging to One of 43 Missing Students

"Mexico. There's a major development in the case of the forty three IOT. Students who were kidnapped and disappeared nearly sixty years ago in the town of Gwala Gato. A bone fragment found in the nearby town of Kula. Kula has been determined to be from one of the students twenty one year old, Christian offense, Rodriguez to lumbering, the Mexican government, has long claimed the bodies of the students were burnt in disposed of in a garbage dump in Coca Cola or a nearby river, but the bone fragments were found in a different location, casting new doubts about the government's official account of what. To the

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Corona beer halts production during coronavirus pandemic

WBZ Midday News

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Corona beer halts production during coronavirus pandemic

"And the maker of corona beer will halt production on Sunday Reuters says the Mexican government has deemed the brewers operations nonessential I'm John Doniger Bloomberg based yes on WBZ Boston

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Interview with Todd Bensman from the Center for Immigration Studies

Worry-Free Financial Solutions

13:35 min | 2 years ago

Interview with Todd Bensman from the Center for Immigration Studies

"Folks as promised and I'm so glad he answered the call right as promised I have senior national security fellow Todd Benjamin from the center for immigration studies and you don't fellow as part of his title but he's also good fellow let's see I mean right at the top how are you tired I'm doing great great thank you Hey I really appreciate you taking the time to be on the show we spoke earlier today with people might not know is I just met you this morning yeah I think so so we started this morning said tell me your story you know how you yourself you did the trek with one of the caravans and there was a lot of insight that you have on the reaction of the caravans on the different individuals from different countries and and I think its stand because we've been talking so much about the coronavirus and you know after I spoke to you I started you know my brain started kicking in and working after I had a little bit of caffeine in Pepsi form and I started thinking you know there's a lot of issues because now and I think there was a case confirmed of corona virus in Brazil now and I think with that issue comes from is you'll be getting not just the just thinking Hey people will be coming to America but at the same time the medical treatment is not great in a lot of these countries so we might even see on up number of individuals entering the United States because they want to get medical treatment for well you know this just flu variation didn't want everyone's been talking about and that alone is going to deplete you know the agents because they can be working in that area then you're gonna get more agents obviously they're going to catch the flu so now depletes the line more and it's just a it's just going to cause a big Ole tidal wave but you you made me think of all that because we talked about it and and I think those are are the major issues that I think you know are going to be concerning but I want you to tell us about yourself what you've done and explain your your role with the the center for immigration studies and specifically about you know what you did from January eighth through what was it through the eighteenth and your trek through atop a Chula through Guatemala and all that area the center for immigration studies were research institute that studies all issues related to immigration and border security and as a spirit the guy who does national security as it relates to those things yeah I write and speak and research about all of those kinds of issues but I also feel like you don't have the full story if you don't get boots on the ground sure now and again this summer the center will send me al and all go get get my boots muddy down there I've been to Panama and Costa Rica and most recently came back from topics you are you know that the border between Mexico and Guatemala which which I regard as America's other southern border because what happens to their directly impacts our guys on the ground here and all of our policies here and I wanted to see mainly what the trump administration's I guess arm twisting up the Mexican government to shore up its southern border how that was working and what what it looked like on the ground so that we could write about it with with good information and I came back a few weeks back and have been writing pieces are about what I found so I just kind of summarize some of that for you you know we edge is a special your listeners with though we were us want to I mean our border systems broke down completely border patrol guys were all turned into child care your babysitters and what not correct and dying we had people you know coming through just kind of swarming through about a hundred thousand a month from twenty eighteen through about and probably getting close to the fall of twenty nineteen when some of these policies kicked them out that the peak was was in may of twenty nineteen where we had a hundred and forty four thousand mostly central Americans so we went to Mexico we said Hey because our Congress isn't going to do anything you guys need to fix it on your end you need to do something on your border and if you don't we're going to enact progressive trade errors on your economy and ammo the president of Mexico deployed but now about six thousand National Guard troops on its southern border and I went down there to see what they were doing and how it's all working two things one is that the Mexicans have required anybody coming into their territory from Guatemala to either or be deported or apply for Mexican asylum and if they do apply for Mexican asylum they have to stay in the southern states mainly in Chiapas most of them in Chiapas well what do you think that sometime what do you think that's that stems from because it said there's an understanding that is they get if they get out of the bottle neck down there then they'll make it to the U. S. border and anger the president the result was that we are now we get we're now looks like we have about thirty five or forty thousand a month which is still high uhhuh retaining our southern border but they the Mexicans that knocked off about a hundred thousand through these policies the the migrants who were getting into coming into Mexico from Central America and all over the world actually which we can talk about finding that the roadblocks manned by I and M. Mexican immigration who are unarmed and sharp sharp in chief of the National Guard so they're on our re wrote their own aren't I N. M. is on offer yes the people in the world around that yeah people need to understand some data yeah they walk around and polo shirts with clipboards I'm not not intimidating at all but but with the National Guard who are in full battle rattle at fifty three road blocks and they're going to trucks and buses and they're pulling people off you don't have to write paper work from down to top the Chula and they're turning up right around and sitting up straight back to top at you to either be deported or to apply for Mexican asylum which is pretty terrible what's not as bad as our asylum system with its big backlog but at least if you apply for American asylum and you lose your in anyway your country well yeah that's the loophole that that we are with that we're all concerned with obviously in the listeners that they listen to the show and that's one of the things we've constantly talked about that a lot of these individuals they'll ply for asylum in the United States and alarm they don't show up they just they just they still you know no one's gonna come after me anyway I'm here I'm not leaving the system that the Mexicans are put in place deportations and Mexican asylum what has had this great a factor for us that have have brought the numbers down for your people you're still dealing with a lot of but these other policies like push back in P. P. and were made in Mexico and the third is a safe country good service sector country travel ban and those also have had a great deterrent in fact on the migrants so that instead of turning themselves into you guys looking for you to turn themselves in uhhuh there runners they become runners because now they know there's a pretty good chance you're going to end up back in Mexico rights which is last place that they want to be because the Mexicans are going to deport them and the whole thing is just sort of like a hot potato being passed back so you you're seeing runners now as a result of not wanting them not wanting to end up back in Tapachula which is just pretty god awful down there people sleeping in the streets and there's no there's very little work to be had in their budgets were for just long enough to survive to get to the U. S. border and now they're stuck down there they run out of money you know it's it's it's it's some it's a deterrent for them and they turn around a lot of damage the you saw this I was there in top it you are okay he's on and on on the river suu kyi aqui as we were coming and going I found the the well getting to the caravans uhhuh what what the issue is with without this year we've had to we've had one big caravan show up to robe and passed the Mexican will hold its ground if you remember last year when those caravans came through the protections would put up like a chain link fence right guys would all just going to climb over it and and then the Mexicans just said okay okay your goddess you know go on you know come on through right not not the case this time at all and so about two thousand Hondurans Dr gather in and attempted to break through this court on they wanted to test it and break it down and that's what they were about two thousand of them I found them and took gnomon which is right on the Mexican border I didn't actually travel with them I just found them getting ready to come over with the next two to test the Mexican system and as we know what happened is the next day the day after they conducted charge after charge after charge across the Rio see Chiaki and across the bridge and Mexican national guard waiting form and they rounded up all two thousand album put him on buses and drove them right back to Honduras they decimated this caravan completely and when they did that there was another caravan to more caravans that were forming one in El Salvador and another one in Honduras and when they saw what happened about one they all gave it up and those caravans have disappeared but I will say that it's not the end of those caravans that there will be more caravans we should expect more caravans looking for a way to operate the Mexican will to have those on National Guard leave and return to their barracks and the day that that happens you guys will be swamped again right there are you guys all need to watch closely what's happening with any new caravans that form out in Mexico just simply has to hold the line down there or you're not gonna be able to N. P. P. O. or you can become baby you're probably become babysitters again or you know at least you know be overwhelmed when runners still Todd and get it during this during this time that you did you did this and you saw this obviously you know that the Mexican government is helping now you know a gig which kind of makes you wonder what they were doing before you know but they're hoping now that that's a good thing but at the same time people need to understand the numbers are lower than they were when it was record numbers but the numbers are still high now one of the things that always concerns people and I think it's the number one question that I get asked all the time so it's kind of weird being on the other side now be asking the questions is the number one question I get asked is how many people from you know special interest countries and you know obviously people are gonna say for the Middle East but the people need to understand that you know it's it's obviously the boots on the ground in the United States side they're on high alert all the time but I've always wondered and you would know because you were there you know once again guys we're we're speaking we're speaking to somebody that was actually there someone that knows what's going on Todd Benjamin works center for immigration studies I thought you were there what was D. 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Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival

Environment: NPR

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival

"Marine Mammal is on the verge of extinction in Mexico's Gulf of California. Conservationists have been trying to save the the Keita Porpoise for years but that work has been complicated by the nets and even drug cartels from Arizona public media in Tucson area Brosius reports seafood restaurants. Colorful mosaics line. The Boardwalk in downtown San Felipe pay fishing is a mainstay of the small northern Mexico. Town love I keep. The restaurant is just a couple blocks over a framed photo of the little porpoise that could be. The town's mascot hangs in the office of Ramon Franco the as head of a local fishermen cooperative representing about five hundred and seventy families is sending. Well it though this earth announced that animal as you must know only lives here in this area and it's ours belongs to us. Mexicans for decades of akitas population has been declining as fishermen inadvertently catch them while pursuing fish and shrimp but dea says many local fishermen treasure the animal when it rises above the water with its characteristic. Black rimmed is he says That causes those do those. It's as if it was smiling with you. So real fishermen don't WanNa harm them. It's the opposite in the last few decades. Mexico has established of Akita Refuge and backed research into the species but lately the number of Akita has plummeted around just a dozen or less as poaching for another endangered fish called. The Toba has ramped up. Fishermen use large Gill Nets to trap the toe to Wada. Which also killed Akita in two thousand fifteen Mexico's then president banned Gill Nets in the Vicki habitat increased enforcement against poaching and started paying fishermen not to work so the species could recover. This little sanitizer came to an agreement that we would leave the sea so that the federal government clean up the illegal boats but Diaz says enforcement was insufficient. Problem got worse. He says he's filed numerous complaints with the government to no avail then a year ago. The payments fishermen stopped those. Odi The liberal Emma. So now we have a serious problem. Because we don't have a fishing practice that is permitted. And we also don't have any compensation. Last September Diaz announced his fisherman had no option but to return to the sea to support their families. He says two thousand eighteen. Us Ban Mexican seafood caught with Gillnets has only made life harder for legal fishermen. Mexico missed an opportunity to be a world leader in shifting a fishery over from Gillnets to alternative gear. Barbara Taylor is marine conservation biologist with the US government who studied the Makita for thirty years. She says the Gillnet Ban wasn't very effective. Because some fishermen hurting financially were tempted into the illegal Totowa Trade F- Iquitos and Gill Nets are completely incompatible. And the fishermen needed to be able to make a living and so developing alternative fishing methods. Were really the only way for Bikita. Survive Louise Mendosa is working on it in his centrally bay office. He pulls a large thin strand net from a milk crate. Wait to the bottom. He's a member of pesca obeys. Say A small nonprofit group of fishermen working with the Mexican government to test alternative driftnets like this one called suit. Peta for this war with the current only with but Mendoza says using these nets can be nearly impossible because of the sheer number of illegal gill nets under the waves. He says even though it's cheaper it will be hard to convince fishermen to use it. They've become very effective. The Gill Nets and with this kind of equipment. You have to get money. The Keita Researcher Barbara Taylor says Mexico needs to support legal fishing if alternative nets prove less profitable and crackdown on poaching. Akitas prime habitat. She still has hope for the species but there are fewer of Akiba every year though. Two of poaching is rampant because the fishes swim bladder is highly prized in China. As a medicinal food. Because there's a little money is more money than drugs. I mean we're talking about twenty thousand dollars twenty five dollars for one soon blind. Jp Geoffroy leads the Conservation Group Sea Shepherd's Makita protection efforts. He says that money has attracted international drug cartels and during high season there can be dozens of boats fishing illegally inside the Vicki to refuge for the last five years sea shepherd has been working with some local fishermen to collect Gill Nets. Trying give the species a fighting chance to recover important. Centrally Bay Crew Members. Use a hook to move huge bags of fishing gear. They've pulled from the ocean. All these boxes contain all Guinea. Gotten it that way we move from riveted by Kedah not all local support sea shepherd's work recently suspected poachers fired shots at a sea. Shepherd vessel in the Makita refuge despite that tension. Geoffroy says they support local fishermen who just want to do their job. We are just trying to work with them and explain to them to. At least respect the small rectangle release the critical area. Geoffroy says if they can just protect the remaining Makita the species can recover but for now observers. Say there's little evidence that current efforts to stop poaching will be enough for NPR news. I'm Arianna Brosius.

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By turning back caravans, Mexico is acting as Trump’s border wall, critics say

All Things Considered

01:16 min | 2 years ago

By turning back caravans, Mexico is acting as Trump’s border wall, critics say

"Doubt that Mexico has changed its security priorities and last year stopping migrants from transiting freely through Mexico is now number one you know with the goal of not drawing the ire of trump it originally the National Guard force that has been concentrated at Mexico's southern border as part of this crackdown was president Lopez Obrador's campaign pledge here to fight drug and organized crime violence he shifted that to appease trample now just yesterday also revived another thread of his against Mexico and that's to tax remittances the money Mexicans abroad sent home if Mexico doesn't keep up the crackdown do you get the sense that president Lopez Obrador in the rest of the Mexican government will continue yielding to trump's pressure it really it just appears that way Mexico does seem to be pushing back a little bit about this new plan floated by the trump administration where Mexican seeking asylum in the US would be sent to Guatemala to wait out the US court processes they say they will not accept that one but Lopez Obrador you know does not challenged trump at all and his daily morning press conferences he's often asked to respond to one or another of trump's comments and just yesterday was asked about the remittances and he says like he always does we have a respectful relationship with the US and I won't be provoked in anyway to

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Spain pulled into diplomatic spat between Bolivia, Mexico

PRI's The World

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Spain pulled into diplomatic spat between Bolivia, Mexico

"Karen. Longer Week is the Bolivia's Foreign Minister Ulysses Talk Today in Michigan. No I'm reluctant to believe that. The Mexican government with risk cream the lawsuit before the International Court of Justice Perfects. That have not occurred. These are mere presumptions. This lawsuit will be rejected immediately. The United States recognizes the new government of Bolivia but so far. US officials have largely kept quiet about this diplomatic feud

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Mexico Urges Bolivia to End Intimidation at La Paz Embassy

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Mexico Urges Bolivia to End Intimidation at La Paz Embassy

"The Mexican foreign ministry has said it's deeply concerned about what it's calling the excessive surveillance of the Mexican embassy and ambassador's residence in Bolivia Mexico claims Bolivia is engaged in a clear act of intimidation in violation of international law relations between the two countries broke down off to Mexico offered asylum to Bolivia's ousted president evo Morales will grant is in Mexico City we can tell really are from G. images have been posted on Twitter by some of the members of the Mexican embassy staff in the past and we can see in at least one of the photos there is more than a dozen perhaps as many as twenty offices died right outside the building in a second photo one can see police Katie sort of standing walks on a hillside nay Bonnie there is a sense I think from the Mexican government that this is deliberate intimidation that they think that it's in violation of international little and in an attempt to make uneasy that stone off to intimidate them and generally made life difficult

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U.S., Mexico try to quickly settle dispute over new trade deal

First Light

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

U.S., Mexico try to quickly settle dispute over new trade deal

"United States Mexico or trying to defuse that last minute dispute over the revamped north American trade pact at issue are five labor attaches the United States intends to send send to to Mexico Mexico to to oversee oversee the the Mexican Mexican government's government's labor labor reforms reforms those those plans plans were were revealed revealed Friday Friday when when the the U. U. S. S. publish publish the the implementing implementing legislation legislation for for the the U. U. S. S. Canada Canada Mexico Mexico agreement that's the legal text of the deal that the US Congress will vote on over the weekend Mexico's top trade negotiator said that Mexico had been blindsided by the provision on the attaches and won't accept them

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Texas judge orders border wall fundraiser not to build

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Texas judge orders border wall fundraiser not to build

"We build the wall which raised twenty five million dollars in donations has been ordered to stop construction on a border wall on private land near the Rio Grande river Texas state judge keno Vasquez has issued a temporary restraining order telling the group officials and it's found her to be in court for a hearing on the seventeenth of this month the nonprofit national butterfly center which is near the site ask for the temporary restraining order in a joint statement the butterfly center and earth justice called the project illegal the international boundary and water commission the joint agency set up by the U. S. the Mexican government has also asked we build the wall and its construction partner for more information on their plans I'm Tim acquire

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Trump says he will designate Mexican drug cartels as terror organizations

BBC World Service

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he will designate Mexican drug cartels as terror organizations

"The Mexican government says it's seeking clarification after president trump said that he designate Mexico's drug cartels as terrorist organizations in the U. S. little individuals links to terrorist organizations of bands from entering the country and have the assets in the U. S.

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"mexican government" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KTOK

"From Mexican drug cartels on Monday six children three women living in a Mormon community about a hundred miles south of Arizona in northern Mexico were murdered by drug cartels the helpless victims were all Americans risen from called on Mexican president Obrador to quote wage war on the drug cartels Mr trump saying America will help Mexico bring down the cartels over doors response quote it's not in agreement with our conviction is the wrong thing is war typical for decades Mexico has allowed rampant violence and corruption to go unchecked on October seventeenth Mexican soldiers tried to arrest the son of former cartel leader el Chapo who's incarcerated in the USA cartel members defended the sodden defeating the Mexican military a huge embarrassment for the over door government president trump has considered labeling the Mexican cartels international terror organizations telling reporters he's taking the issue very seriously bought that Terry designation has not happened it sure if the president of the United States designates groups as terror organizations we can then attacked them using drones using raids like we saw our with the ice is chief L. Baghdatis we can go across country lines and kill the bad guys that would send a chilling effect to the Mexican cartels because we know where they are but the Mexican government does not want any part of that even though all the cartels have corrupted that entire country listen to this twenty five different drug cartels operate in Mexico the biggest is a subtle low cartel founded in nineteen eighty eight Kartel's move up to one hundred billion dollars of drugs into the USA every year in two thousand sixteen Americans spent a hundred and fifty billion dollars on a hard narcotics a disgrace back to Mexico the homicide rate in two thousand eighteen more than thirty three thousand debt murder already up ten percent in two thousand nineteen an additional thirty thousand people in Mexico I've been reported missing you're not gonna find five of the ten most dangerous cities in the world are in Mexico including Tijuana and Acapulco according to the corruption perception index Mexico is ranked as V. most corrupt country in the western hemisphere according to business anti corruption index more than sixty six percent of businesses inside Mexico say they deal with corruption every single day it is obvious the Mexican government cannot and will not stop the drug cartels so America must designate the cartels as terrorist organizations no other solution I'm bill Riley and I approve that message for more commentary please check out bill O. Reilly dot com and also please consider my book the United States of trump the o'reilly update.

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"mexican government" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Backlog in the massive amount of migrants that are trying to make their way into the United States since the remain in. Mexico program began there are hundreds if not thousands here waiting for their day in court a hundred yards from the port of entry there is a second group here though as well been waiting months to legally request asylum in the US and will be able to do that any longer a new immigration policy says migrants have to ask for asylum in the first country there right in so if they're coming here from Honduras they have to make our **** the Mexican government for asylum first before getting a chance to request in the US of these cases in these ten courts are by video conference neither judges or lawyers are physically present hurricane Dorian's long gone but the impacts are not there's clean up still to go especially in parts of the Bahamas and now there's some more worries for victims fraudsters looking to exploit those people in the wake of hurricane Dorian the department of justice has sent out a bulletin warning those affected to stay on alert for potential scammers looking to take advantage of those in need of disaster assistance some of the specific instances of fraud reported in recent years include impersonation of federal law enforcement officials fraudulent submissions of claims to insurance companies and theft and looting the release urges those who may have suspicions to contact the call center set up by the national center for disaster fraud at Louisiana State University in baton Rouge in as like a terra ABC news Washington six thirty eight try to check Wall Street numbers straight should junkies a Bloomberg the drone attacks on a Saudi oil facility over the weekend resulted in the worst sudden destruction the oil market has ever seen oil and gas prices surged to and stocks dropped the Dow fell a hundred forty three points the nasdaq down twenty three S. and P. down nine points the last General Motors strike twelve years ago ended after two days the strike that began at midnight last night could last much longer I'll leave you a W. negotiator says the two sides are far apart Credit Suisse estimates the strike.

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"mexican government" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Coming over the border are you confident that the Mexican government is now doing what he can to keep more people from not coming over the border they are doing enough you think earlier now it's not enough and neither do you still have high sided two thousand every day that is unacceptable and so they need to do more we need to do more Congress needs to change the rules we have to create a deterrence right and it has to be the case that those who want to come here legally can and those who want to come by some other mechanism choose not to because they understand that they're not they're not going to find a way I remember this is a member of Congress people would call my office and say Hey we we we we live in a country around the world they said they want to come and get citizenship and you know anyway I will tell you the joke at all but the but the simplest way to do it because the Mexican come on it but what you want encourage them to do is father paperwork go through the lawful process become citizens were the most welcoming nation in the world we will always be but it is not the case that we can be a lot less or have our sovereignty broken through having this mass immigration and I'm awful mechanism it's truly there's a national security risk very very broadly speaking and so when I speak with my mixing kind of parts I was in El Salvador last week speaking with male seven during number who understands whose whose challenge it is it's there's not ours we gotta get this right in Mexico and Canada we have read on nafta and now U. S. M. C. A. but progress has impassive are you worried that Congress might not pass that legislation I hope they will I hope they will the the president's doing everything you can to create growth here in the United States American USMC it would contribute to that substantially and so I hope I hope the passes hi I'm out of the I I don't do accounting anymore I did that for six years on out speaking of south of the border Venezuela I with the U. S. ever send troops into that I was necessary to keep further violence from occurring there he started trying to get me at the beginning that you try and at the end the president said pretty clearly we're gonna do all that it takes to make sure the Venezuelan people get democracy back and that's the that's the missions that were closer today than we were several months ago but in the end we'll do our part and the nations of the reason we built at a great coalition from members of the yes to what we call the Lima group fifty six fifty eight other countries who are joining us and we understand Maduro is not the duly elected president progress every day now president trump has so sometimes tweeted things that are not favor well some people working for him he's never treat anything unfavorable about you what early as early so what is the what is the secret of your success in your relationship with you didn't know him before he was elected did you I did not I met him the day I I interviewed to be said director descent who recommended you have to be CIA director I don't know for sure I I don't I don't know you mean the C. I. A. doesn't have the ability to figure out who recommended.

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"mexican government" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Seven sixty mexican government sending troops to the border i'm cindy burkey that's one of the stories we're following on a._m. seven sixty mexico is expected to send roughly fifteen thousand national guard troops to tijuana today as part of an effort to keep migrants and asylum seekers from crossing the border the newly formed mexican national guard is composed of federal law enforcement and members of mexico's army and navy the mexican government also sent federal troops to its southern border with guatemala earlier this month authorities are looking for witnesses to an incident late last night after a woman allegedly ran over over and killed a man who had been holding onto her car it happened at eleven thirty pm in the forty six hundred block of conroy street police say the two were arguing the woman was arrested new sponsored by stater brothers stater brothers has boneless flat meat for cardi asada just four ninety nine a pound and trimmed try tip roasts only three hundred nine a pound happy fourth of july from stater brothers it's cloudy and sixty four degrees a._m. seven sixty k. f. m. talk and breaking news now armstrong and getty The Armstrong and Getty show. supreme court rulings you came down just in the last hour and this is the last of my and then they go go on their cruises and play play sunday's they're all minding supreme court with their big rulings joe what's aloo shots at to keel on the beach then do like a talent contest for the rest of the drunks here's the supreme court rulings here's another one that is mixed and more subtle than it would seem the question before us is can the trump administration put on the census of question asking are you a citizen or h you and progressive types or claiming that will that will suppress the hispanic response which is to me just dumb this just a dumb argument and it's so easily countered but i won't get off on that long story short from what i understand is that it's it's an administrative law ruling the court is saying the commerce department could do this if it gave a better or truer explanation of why it was doing it the commerce department has to have a decision process to give to the court not just their court brief they just didn't handle it right one commentator on scotus blog who's a well respected said in rulings that favor the government the court holes the numerous clause permits citizenship question the secretary's decision is review -able adding the citizenship question was supported by substantial evidence adding the question did not violate the two provisions of the census act that the state of new york cited but they didn't do it right so try again yeah and and we'll get further clarification on this but so states can gerrymander the court decided that today and they don't know jack no no no they said we can't do anything about it They're going to keep doing it. or will they they will or will they and so this one they punted back down and i guess we'll re ah beck in on this in october excellent by the way yes yes i am a citizen thank you for asking because the census is during twenty twenty so we've got a little time to work this out at one point i became aware that i could apply for dual citizenship since i was born in italy well my dad was in the service and i thought that sounded very exotic in worldly and i mentioned that to my daddy said we'll you realize that if you're ever in italy they could draft you into the italian army look like what wait what that'd be coal number just on vacation well yeah well and listen what do i know about italian draft lion ghana fighting a war for the italian this happen why are you at war with france anyway shut up and follow orders they'd shout at me in italian which i don't speak who should be similar to last night's debate in which people were shouting at me in spanish which we don't speak which in so i had no idea what they're talking about i love your point man about how useless that is how utterly useless it is and how it is purely pander well it has to be there's no practical reason for it that's why always hated on sesame street the kids who don't speak english aren't watching because there's like two spanish phrases per show right the kids that don't speak spanish or english speaking they don't get anything out of it four bilingual people could hear either so they'll be fine hearing it in english so it is literally for no one it is just virtue signaling right and there was a lot of that in debate last night want much more than there's been in the past i mean there was a full question in spanish from the telemundo guy and then half the answer is in spanish i have no idea what the question was in what the person said yeah jack we can become like quebec which is constantly at war with itself because two languages spoken anyway the ratings are in for the debate about ten million people watched on n._b._c. alone and they don't know yet how many people watched on m._s._n._b._c. until the monday though all those numbers will come out later but that's a that's a pretty good crowd when you've got two nights of this yeah so some some context the previous night same time slot got about the same for america's got talent got about a seven share about ten million viewers the first republican primary debate back in two thousand fifteen drew twenty four million viewers to fox news but that was of course donald trump's announcement onto the stage add more drawn the less two and a half times many i mean there are two debates i wonder how the one tonight will do more heavyweights allegedly no doubt the first democratic primary in october two thousand fifteen was about fifteen point eight million total adding m._s._n._b._c. and telemundo i would guess somewhere between thirty to forty percent additional viewers on that so kind of in the same range maybe about a million off okay i tell you my headline from last night is the bulk of the democratic party is swung so far left it's unrecognizable as the party of a democracy a republican prizes individual freedom i mean they'd gone way way way way left its way left of the party that joe biden has been at the center of right or decades myself era really happy about that headline is though that reasonable policies that actually have a ghost of a chance of working are not dead on there were a number of democrats on the stage last night who were thoroughly reasonable and pointed out hate some of these schemes free everything in medicare for all they can't work the math doesn't work you would kill the economy i mean they weren't quite concise but they were expressing that notion and i'm glad there are at least some who had the balls to to stand up against the loud self-righteous always angry progressive wing of the party and then speak the truth is watching howard kurtz on fox he's their media guy and he said the lack of follow up suze from the moderators is a is a strategy i mean sometimes you think it's a good idea because you end up debating the candidates as a moderator and a lot of people hate that they don't tune in to hear the moderator debate the candidate they rally infinite infamously arguing with mitt and being wrong they want the candidate's debate each other so it's a strategy and it's it'd be really difficult to do and please everybody but for instance they could have followed up i wish i had the names of all these people i it speaks to where we are with this whole process that there's so many onstage they haven't distinguish himself enough that i know who the ball guy he is so that's john delaney right just like your uncle gave up online john delaney's the one who came out and said look this medicare for all talk we're gonna lose with that talk it doesn't work hospitals will go broke i wish the moderators jumped in and let him really debate any of the other g seven that raised their hand and we're for medicare for all and eliminating private insurance i wish they could have really gotten into that there was no follow up and the other one howard kurtz pointed out which i think would have been good though on comfortable everybody was so pro-abortion this and that cheering and this and that about late term abortion what do you cut it it out only only about five percent of americans including democrats think abortion's okay and the third trimester where you in this nail that down i did not i tell you what they're going to go with infanticide now how long how old a kid can you kill if you find that kid inconvenient i mean you're gonna have somebody will propose two days than somebody will go to a week and before you know it you'll have kindergarteners being snuffed by democratic candidates look forward to that craig the healthcare guru pointed out the cory booker issued the most egregious and obvious lie about healthcare and we had just talked about this on the show with craig earlier the nefarious statistic about the efficiency of medicare how their margins are their administrative costs are only two percent every single one of the medicare proponents fails to acknowledge how there's what did he say thirty two simply forty percent waste fraud and abuse within the government system the reason they're overhead is so low is they spend no time or energy preventing waste fraud and abuse so it's wanders hundreds millions of taxpayer dollars over and over again and if it applied to everybody that number would just grow medicare efficient that's that's a horrible lie by one cory booker tonight you're going to have biden and bernie side-by-side two completely different views of what the party ought to be what the country ought to be and it'll be interesting to see if they actually you know get into it at all on these issues yeah couple men fighting to the death might be soon AM seven sixty. K FM be. projects this morning so expect this though just a little bit in some of those faces plant doesn't look too bad rather moving along well if you are on the fifty six trouble-free you drive on the five and the eight oh five both are.

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"mexican government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Mexican government Friday outlined, its plan to could immigration thousands of national God police, and others will be in place by choose day at several key places along the border trying to arrest. What Mexico's foreign minister said was a six billion dollar a year, trafficking industry that even involves children being rented to migrants to improve their chances of getting into the US the British and Basseterre has been summoned to Tehran after London concurred with the US conclusion that Iran attack two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman correspondent Boris Sanchez, the United Kingdom put out a statement early this morning, essentially agreeing with US, administrations take that no one, but Iran would. Be behind this kind of attack the UK centrally saying that it is most plausible that the Iranians were behind this. Because simply put there aren't very many people in that part of the world looking to do this sort of thing outside of Iran, or with a capacity that Iran has to attack tankers this way. Iran has denied any role in the strikes multiple probes continue into the recent deaths of seven Americans on vacation in the Dominican Republic. Correspondent Patrick Optima, even though the US State Department, has not issued any kind of travel advisory, and the US embassy here has said that they don't see any reason for people to have any concern that these deaths are under investigation by Dominican authorities. The FBI is assisting with some toxic toxicology work. That is expected to be released in the next few weeks. Dozens of flights have been cancelled or delayed today after a plane skidded off the runway at Newark. Liberty international airport in New Jersey this afternoon. According to the Federal Aviation Administration United Airlines plane from Denver became. Stuck.

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"mexican government" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Bye. Thank key held a press conference to talk about the Mexican agreement with a US immigration. Here's a portion of her remarks, Henry salt of these discussions, the United States, and Mexico, commit to a Mexican enforcement. Search Mexico win take on precedent steps to increase enforcement to curb it regular migration between the deployment of his national guard throughout Mexico, given priority to its south and border Mexico salsa taking decisive action to dismantle humanness mugging on trafficking organizations, as well as their illicit financial and transplantation networks. These are unprecedented steps if they're unprecedented than they can't have been agreed to before. And yet, the drive by media, not just calling Trump a liar a calling the Mexican government, a bunch of liars, and they like the Mexican government, as long as the Mexican government's making it tough for Trump. But now the Mexican government signed on with Trump. Now they hate the Mexican government. On blessed dented steps. In these enforcement alleged Allegemeine commission. It's new twist on the phrase irregular migration calling out the national guard. They if the Mexicans in agreed to do this months ago. Where was it? Well, it wasn't. Now, Fox News Sunday red bear filled in and he had acting secretary homeland security, Kevin mcelwain on there. He said, how much of this agreement with Mexico is new all of it is new? I mean we've heard commitments before from Mexico.

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"mexican government" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"When will the failing New York Times at MIT that their front page story on the New Mexico deal at the borders of fraud and capital letters, and nothing more than a badly reported hit job on me? Something that has been going on since the first day announce for the president announced the presidency. Exclamation point. Sick journalism. That's been retweeted five point five thousand times and twenty one thousand likes and I'm telling you what's going on in America is media is discrediting itself. And this case it wasn't Michael share Maggie Haberman. It was the headline writer. The headline writer came up with this Mexico agreed to take border actions months before Trump announced tariff deal the intention of that headline it worked for the simple minded. The simple minded said, oh, he he made up a started a fire any put it out. No. If you read the story, Mike and Maggie AXA report that Mexico promised to deploy up to six thousand national guard troops a larger commitment than their previous pledge. Which had not been carried out, by the way. And the Mexican government agreed to exceleron the migrant protection protocols Maggie and Mike, admit that could help reduce what Mr. Trump calls catch and release migrants. There are other aspects of the deal, which are not yet reported. I got him. I talked to people I work my sources, and yeah. Get better stories than the New York Times. I better contacts and the administration people talk to me. So I better reporter, even though I'm a partisan reporter than the nonpartisan reporters who don't have access to people who know what happened. But the big problem is there are lots and lots of people that Twitter Democrats who simply.

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"mexican government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We ain't got the way. Do we do? Yes. Yes. Yes. We do. I didn't have the red button. Push yourself. Such a high morning ritual Garrett Louis thank you Ryan KFI AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. There are. Only of our conversations could make the air. We'd be divorced in in prison. Anyway. Hi, there are three things. Seriously, three things that I think you need to know number one. Number one. The Mexican government has said that they know that MS thirteen has infiltrated the Caraman's that are headed to our borders. That makes you feel good, right? Makes you feel fantastic. They don't know how many, but they know it's happening. Oh, that's that's great. That's awesome. Second thing that I think you need to know is that apparently they are now coming here from all over the world Ray of soundbites coming up Griff Jenkins and in southern Mahyco talking to people from Cameroon. I mean, the continent of Africa is send they're coming from Africa. Doo. Do do do. Do do TOTO. Get outta super. Mario brothers. No. So and that's different a little faster. So they're coming from Africa. And apparently, Chris callback rights are border agents telling them, they know the illegal alien migrants. No, they get free stuff. You're not eligible for where they go. Where do we get our free food cards? Oh, yeah. That's happening. Third thing. I think you need to know seventy five percent of Americans oppose allowing convicted felons to vote from prison warning council Paul so another winning strategy for the Democrats. They're the only ones that are more tone-deaf than more mcsally. Like, all the Democrats are right. All right. We we we're cool with killing babies and babies just being left there today. We don't want them as they come out of the canal. What are their winning strategies open? Borders were cool with that. Yes. Yes. Lead felons vote. All yeah. Terry. Oh, yeah. Great. I mean real geniuses. Remember those old commercials. Real men of genius those were brilliance those rabidly brilliance deal beer commercials of the radio. Those were great. So we have that we have many more things. I mean, we Shawn Shawn Miller could be one of the three things he might be way. Because he he's being accused of many things, but it's from someone that is a bit shady, so we, you know, how much do you believe the guy that's been arrested for being shady guy? I don't know. I don't know. So and by the way, I'm not going to talk about this because I think it's stupid. Nobody cares. This whole situation with Trump suing to block Bank subpoenas. The media will like it. Politicos will like it. Americans are going to say, wait. What what they're just mad by saying, what are the Democrats done? All they've done. They've been in power for four months. Now is what obstruct resist that's pretty much it. That's pretty much it. In the things that people care about the Democrats don't think it's an actual problem. Like these guys these guys let's start off with one thirty four. I'm watching FOX infringes morning. If you wanted to take this seriously. I mean, FOX has it's whatever I mean, they've Leland bittered we've so they they have their issues. But Griff Jenkins is a great reporter. And they actually do things that people care about other networks that actually have people on saying that again, this whole crisis the border is not really a crisis. Whatever. So. This guy from Cameroon SAFA sadhu. I believe is his name. Talked about how he got to America. And then there was another one after that we have a couple more to play. But this is from FOX infringes morning. Listen to this from come on my Jinnai said from come tonight geria- Jerry from Nigeria to take is.

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"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An unprecedented number of migrants coming through their country as many as three hundred thousand since January first they insist Mexico is securing its borders. But after a raid on a caravan in southern Mexico this week advocates accused the Mexican government of mistreating migrants and bowing to President Trump's threats NPR's Carrie Kahn reports. Mexican authorities repeatedly insisted at a press conference of top officials that their migration policy remains the same since leftist president under men will Lopez over took office last December doesn't come Biondo is allows lessons. Tremendous, neyla politic. We and the head of Mexico's immigration institute says we aren't changing our policies or practices migrants are not demonized or mistreated their human rights are respected interior minister, Olga Sanchez, Cordeiro said Mexico is dealing with an unprecedented influx of migrants gladdock camp in influ hawk migratory kissed Randall and west to face Bannerman intimate. That is the biggest change she said, the permanent large migrant flow entering our country. The majority are families mainly from Honduras, along with Wata Mollins and Salvadorans, but she says there are also three thousand Cubans and migrants from Africa and Asia sentence Cordeiro says despite the challenges Mexico is living up to its obligation to secure its border. The migrant advocates say arrayed Monday on one of several caravans travelling in southern Mexico paints a much different picture federal police scooped up nearly four hundred. Migrants. Pulling children from strollers that were straggling behind a caravan of about two thousand walking alongside the highway. The officials say the migrants had refused to register with immigration. Authorities footage from the scene shop screaming children anguished. Mothers and strollers and backpacks. Strewn along the road, Ramon Lugo who rents to shelters for migrants in Mexico. Southern state of Chiapas says he's never seen such heavy handed enforcement before. Even in Federal Way. Yes, ya like what we have seen is an increase in the cruel treatment of the migrant community. He says the raid was clearly assignment. Mexico's president is doing Trump's dirty work. He adds last month. President Trump threatened to close the southern US border of Mexico didn't step up and force -ment Donut to John head of Mexico's immigration institute called the migrant raid regrettable split this foil, K, the state opened it stores offering food and shelter. But the migrants rejected that says John he says their rights will be respected as long as they respect Mexico's laws carry.

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"mexican government" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on Latino USA

"The Mexican government has declared diabetes a national health emergency. And it's imposed a tax on soda while. It's trying to improve both prevention and medical care. It's also trying things like this. Super Zuma classes or if you can't make it to class. There are fifteen minute move it sessions, you could do during your breaks at work. There's an ideology there's an understanding of the onset of disease that basically places it as a problem of personal behavior. And no point by the way, do I kind of I think, you know, make a causal argument that NAFTA causes diabetes. But what I what I am trying to point out is that all of these things are happening in the same timeframe, and the explanations that were being handed or not satisfactory. There are also Mexicans who say that NAFTA has actually made Mexicans healthier. What do you say to that? So there's an idea that is quite commonly held among those who see NAFTA's being a really wonderful shift for the Mexican economy. There are those who basically say that diabetes and obese. City are diseases of prosperity. And that if a policymaker needs to you know, assess the difference between diseases prosperity and diseases of poverty that who wouldn't want to die of disease of prosperity, right? So better die of diabetes because that means that you've had a lot to eat and lot of sweet stuff then to die feeling hungry and in poverty, right? Throughout the campaign. I promise to renegotiate NAFTA. And today we have kept that promise the US Mexico and Canada are now in the process of establishing a new trade agreement with incredible new US, Mexico Canada agreement called US MCA sort of just works MCI, but all of these public health issues that we've been talking about they're not a main concern in the negotiations between the trade representatives. Still a leash. Gotta this wants people to understand how something as complicated and as huge as NAFTA can affect individual people's lives. People don't think this has anything to do with them. And they think that it's such an obscure kind of trade deal that Sperry wonky and difficult to to understand how it kind of relates to our lives. And so I think this is one way to get at it. You know that it's. On our plates. And it's in our bodies. Thank you so much for joining us on the USA..

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"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Mexican government has declared diabetes a national health emergency and imposed a tax on soda while. It's trying to improve both prevention and medical care. It's also trying things like this. Super Zula classes for if you can't make it to class. There are fifteen minute move it sessions, you could do during your breaks at work. There's an ideology there's an understanding of the onset of disease that basically places it as a problem of personal behavior. And no point by the way, do I kind of I think, you know, make a causal argument that NAFTA causes diabetes. But what I what I am trying to point out is that all of these things are happening in the same timeframe, and the explanations that were being handed or not satisfactory. There are also Mexicans who say that NAFTA has actually made Mexicans healthier. What do you say to that? So there's an idea that is quite commonly held among those who see NAFTA's being a really wonderful shift for the Mexican economy. There are those who basically say that diabetes, and it'll be. City are diseases of prosperity. And that if a policymaker needs to assess the difference between diseases prosperity and diseases of poverty that who wouldn't want to die of a disease of prosperity, right? So better to die of diabetes because that means that you've had a lot to eat and a lot of sweet stuff then to die feeling hungry and in poverty, right? Throughout the campaign..

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"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This way of eating was the foundation of healthy living for many Mexicans good for the body and good for the soil. And this way of farming was protected by the Mexican government those protections were achieved a century ago during the Mexican revolution. The revolution was fought to give access land to rural people to make the prosperity and the wealth of Mexico more equitably shared In nineteen seventeen. As a result of the revolution. Mexico ratified a new constitution. And the constitution included a very important article article twenty seven article twenty seven is the mechanism. It's the part of the constitution that guarantees access to land. It guarantees the right to land for those who work at and enables indigenous communities to community share land. They can't sell it. They can't partition it. They're able to work it and live off the fruits of the land. And coming away Alicia says article twenty-seven made it possible for farmers even poor ones to continue to live a healthy life and then went on for decades until the nineteen nineties, which is when the Mexican government was in the middle of negotiating NAFTA. And it fundamentally changed article twenty-seven Mexico got rid of those protections for small farmers because they were seen as an obstacle. To a truly free and open market, the suspension of article twenty seven enabled community held lands to be sold and to be consolidated into private farms and this enabled massive corporations to come in and swoop in and get lots of land that had previously been used for small-scale farming. And also like to welcome here, the representatives from Mexico and Canada, and tell them they are in fact welcomed here, they are partners in the future that we are trying to make together. In late nineteen Ninety-three President Bill Clinton celebrated the opening up of the Mexican market for US goods. No country should use cartels. Subsidies are rules? Eventually, keep our products off shells. Coming up. Nafta becomes the law of the land. Stay with us..

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"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Mexican government has declared diabetes a national health emergency. And it's imposed a tax on soda while. It's trying to improve both prevention and medical care. It's also trying things like this. Super Zuma classes for if you can't make it to class. There are fifteen minute move it sessions, you could do during your breaks at work. There's an ideology there's an understanding of the onset of disease that basically places it as a problem of personal behavior. And at no point, by the way, do I kind of I think, you know, make a causal argument that NAFTA causes diabetes. But what I what I am trying to point out is that all of these things are happening in the same timeframe, and the explanations that were being handed or not satisfactory. There are also Mexicans who say that NAFTA has actually made Mexicans healthier. What do you say to that? So there's an idea that is quite commonly held among those who see NAFTA's being a really wonderful shift for the Mexican economy. There are those who basically say that diabetes and obese. City are diseases of prosperity. And that if a policymaker needs to assess the difference between diseases prosperity and diseases of poverty that who wouldn't want to die of disease of prosperity, right? So better to die of diabetes because that means that you've had a lot to eat and lot of sweet stuff then to die feeling hungry and in poverty, right? Throughout the campaign. I promise to renegotiate NAFTA. And today we have kept that promise the US Mexico and Canada are now in the process of establishing a new trade agreement with an incredible new US Mexico Canada agreement. Call US MCI sort of just works. But all of these public health issues that we've been talking about they're not a main concern in the negotiations between the trade representatives still Alicia Galvez wants people to understand how something as complicated, and as huge is NAFTA can affect individual people's lives. People don't think this has anything to do with them. And they think that it's such an obscure kind of trade deal. That's very wonky and difficult to to understand how it kind of relates to our lives. And so I think this is one way to get at it. You know that it's kind of on our plates, and it's our bodies..

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"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 3 years ago

"mexican government" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Com. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. He's made the case on Twitter. He gets crowds at his rallies chanting build that wall. But tonight, Donald Trump try something new a primetime televised address from the Oval Office another chance to make his case for a border wall. The administration says this is a crisis Trump has even threatened to invoke emergency. Presidential powers to deal with it. We're gonna talk about emergency powers later. Let's start though by setting the scene ahead of this White House address with Maria security who covers immigration at the Washington Post and the border report for K PBS in San Diego, jingle barrow gene was in Tijuana yesterday just across the border in Mexico in the main migrant shelter that the Mexican government had set up at its height with three thousand people there. Now, there are only about seven hundred. So the numbers have dwindled greatly. And I'm being told that it's largely because so many of the migrants are applying for temporary work visas through the Mexican government. And so. They're getting jobs and renting rooms throughout the city, many of them have gone home because they're so frustrated by how hard it is to get into the United States legally some of them have found their way across the border. But one thing that is interesting is that these temporary work visas. Hundreds of people have applied for through the Mexican government. There's a question as to whether that might affect their asylum claims in the United States have spoken to various attorneys who say that the US government may use the fact that they had temporary work visas to try to deny them asylum saying that they had settlement opportunity in Mexico. But it's it's unclear whether that is actually a legal argument because it's not permanent resettlement in a safe third country. Mexico is not considered a safe third country. Like for example, Canada. Is it reality is you have these backlogs hundreds of families who have to wait in Mexico for their turn to ask for asylum in the United States. Often in very dangerous conditions, for example, Tijuana where most of the migrant caravan is staying is currently seeing record high homicides and a lot of these asylum seekers from Central America, don't feel safe in Mexico. You had two teenagers from the migrant caravan kidnapped tortured and killed in December. So the reality is that this is a really precarious situation for migrants themselves having to wait when many of them fear for their lives. We gotta remember the government shutdown as well, which was prompted by Trump's unrequited demand for money for his border wall up Maria, how shutdown been affecting customs and border patrol ice and the various government resources for migrants. There are certain things that have to be done. The border is still being patrolled in ISIS still detaining tens of thousands of people. I'm going to have to feed them and care for them. And they immigration courts have to deal with hearings for detain people. But in general folks are saying that it's slowing down a system that Trump has wanted to speed up cases are piling up in the immigration courts are going to have to be rescheduled. There are only four hundred or so immigration judges for anywhere from seven hundred fifty thousand to one million cases that are pending. So it's hard to know how things will go. So it's interesting Adam Schiff, the democrat from California in the house of made the point new says I've been on the intelligence committee for over ten years on terrorism and other threats have received more briefings from FBI CIA and homeland security than I could count. How many times have any of them said we need a wall across the southern border zero. So that data point for shift zero a lot of the data Trump uses when he's talking about immigration is false can each of you name one factor statistic. That maybe Trump is ignoring that you want. Listeners to keep in mind when they're listening tonight for me, it's just when you have people who are desperate to get United States. They're going to find a way to get in that that's with the numbers have shown since the nineteen ninety s when we saw the first fencing go up we have more than six hundred and fifty miles along the us Mexico border, and what that has done is it has rerouted illegal immigration into very dangerous areas into the desert where people die of dehydration into the ocean. We're seeing an increase in in drownings here in San Diego people trying to get across the border that way. So the reality is there's just no hard evidence of the effectiveness of these walls to actually stop these flows overall. So your point is that the US has been here before tried this before and it's ineffective. Right. I mean, it's just it's just we've been going through this for decades Maria. What are you either going to be listening for and Trump's address tonight or a one fact that you want us to keep? In mind, as we listen border apprehensions are gal routinely more than one million people a year were apprehended at the border in the one thousand nine hundred and the two thousands. I think the peak was one point six million in two thousand that was a year before the September eleven terror attacks. And now they're down to about four hundred thousand roughly so they're down significantly. But there's this other situation happening, which is that tens of thousands of family. Members are crossing and two children died Bosman alone. Which is a stunning fact and the chicken border patrol officials and Republicans and Democrats alike. So I think those children have become the faces of the crisis that exists that their families crossing that migration has changed and the question now for the government, not just the Trump administration. But Democrats and Republicans alike is how are you going to address that crisis in a system that was built in his still prepared to handle largely adult men do either of you expect any movement on this now that Democrats are in control of the house. House. I mean, Jim you're at that press conference yesterday on the border. So so yesterday leading Democrats held a press conference on the border. They're investigating one of the children's deaths and they warn the Trump administration, you know, not to use his emergency powers to fund a wall. And they say that there are better solutions to deal with this crisis. It's just really unclear because you have the fact that these children die in US government custody. But at the same time, you have these images that the Trump administration uses for its own messages, for example, the migrant caravan, and if you do see another March to the border and another incident of tear-gas, you just you don't know what the Trump administration is going to do with those images to invoke fear to invoke anger about quote, unquote, national security crisis. When in fact, it's a lot more complicated than that. That's border reporter, gene Guerrero from KTBS in San Diego and Maria sa- Keti who covers immigration for the Washington Post. Listen to the rhetoric and the two party. They seem far apart. The Democrats put out a statement that said Trump's speech tonight is likely to be full of malice and misinformation. Meanwhile, vice President Mike Pence told CBS news that Trump is speaking the truth about the border. We have a crisis,.

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