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Ohio Sheriff Gets Death Threat After Sending Bill to Mexican President for All the Illegals in His Jail

Stretched by the crush of illegal immigrants flooding his jails from the border, Sheriff Richard K. Jones of Butler County, Ohio, said his life was threatened after he sent a bill to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto seeking compensation for hosting his law-breaking countrymen.

Ohio Sheriff Sends Jail Bill For Illegal Immigrants To Mexican President

Ohio Sheriff Richard Jones sent a letter to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto that included a jail bill for the illegal immigrants he was forced to house and feed. The Butler County Sheriff also send a letter to Ohio Governor John Kasich imploring him to support efforts to secure the border and fight against any

Obama Again Tells Mexican President: No Amnesty for Migrants

On Thursday evening, President Barack Obama reiterated to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto that illegal immigrant migrants are not eligible for amnesty in the United States. According to the White House, Obama and Peña Nieto also...Show More Summary

Mexican legislators push through telecom overhaul

Mexican telecom reform legislation is now on the desk of President Enrique Pena Nieto after the lower house of Congress voted to approve sweeping new laws intended to break up the monopolies controlling the country's telco and broadcast businesses and open those markets to outside competition.

Breaking: Mexico & Guatemala Cut Deal to Allow More Illegal Immigrants to Flood Into US

Illegal immigrants take the train in Mexico to the US. Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Guatemalan president Otto Perez Molina held a press conference this week to announce The Examiner reported: On Monday, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and … Continue reading ?

At least 22 killed in gunfight southwest of Mexico City

At least 22 suspected gang members were killed southwest of Mexico City early on Monday, the government said, in one of the bloodiest shootouts with security forces since President Enrique Pena Nieto took power.

Mexico's Energy Reforms Have Widespread Implications

By Invesco: By Jason Trujillo Of the many initiatives Enrique Peña Nieto's administration is attempting to enact, energy reform is among the highest profile and potentially the most impactful. For approximately a decade, oil production in Mexico has been on the decline due to under-investment and inefficiency. Show More Summary

The Administration Makes Moves To Deter More Minors From Illegally Crossing Into The U.S.

[guest post by Dana] President Obama stated in a phone conversation yesterday with Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto that illegal aliens currently pouring across the border will not be able to remain in the US, and that includes the children. He also clarified that those crossing into the U.S. illegally won’t qualify for legalized status […]

Did Obama Ignore Jailed U.S. Marine in Convo with Mexican President?

On Thursday evening, Fox News Host Greta Van Susteren said she hoped President Barack Obama did not blow it by not talking to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto about U.S. Marine Stg. Andrew Tahmooressi, who has been languishing in a Mexican jail since March. Show More Summary

Obama to Mexican President: No Amnesty for Illegals

President Barack Obama told Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in a Thursday phone conversation that illegal immigrant children who are flooding across the U.S.-Mexico border will not be eligible for amnesty. But illegal immigrants are not buying it, especially in light of Obama's actions and words. Show More Summary

Obama Calls Mexican Counterpart to Complain About Open US Borders

President Obama called Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto today to discuss the upsurge of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States including thousands of children. The Washington Times reported: President Obama told his Mexican counterpart in a phone call Thursday … Continue reading ?

Risks To The 'Mexico Moment': Part 1

By Invesco: By Jack Deino As a longtime investor and former resident of Mexico, I cannot recall any time when expectations have been so high. President Enrique Peña Nieto has leveraged his newfound political capital and ability as a political kingmaker to approve seven structural reforms in a little more than one year. Show More Summary

Mexico Gets Serious About R&D

After years of paying lip service to the importance of science and technology, Mexico is finally committing itself financially to the priority. And universities in the United States should take note. President Enrique Peña Nieto, who...Show More Summary

The Spanish Royals Host One Very Glamorous Dinner

As Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia prepare to become Spain's reigning royals, King Juan Carlos welcomed Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and his wife to Pardo Palace in Madrid as one of his final official acts before abdicating the throne. Show More Summary

Afternoon Must-Read: Martin Wolf: Legitimate business unlocks growth

Martin Wolf: Legitimate business unlocks growth: "If Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister... >...seeks an example of a democratically elected leader embarked on radical reform, he could look to Enrique Peña Nieto. True, the latter is president of a far-smaller country, and a richer one – Mexico’s average standard of living is double India’s.... Show More Summary

Mexico's Oil Privatization: Risky Business

Mexico's President Enrique Peña Nieto has gone where no other Mexican president has dared to tread since the nation's wildly popular oil nationalization in 1938. Late last year, he pushed through an historic measure to re-privatize much...Show More Summary

Mexico Has Dreams of Bringing Back the Cup

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto bid farewell to the Mexican national soccer team Tuesday, giving the national flag to team captain Rafael Márquez and bidding the 23 players to “bring the trophy back.”

Alfonso Cuarón Tears Apart Mexican President's Energy Reform In Open Letter

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron published a full-page ad Monday in Mexican newspapers questioning President Enrique Pena Nieto's energy reform. The director of the blockbuster space film "Gravity" wrote the open...Show More Summary

Homicide up 55% in Drug-Plagued Mexican State of Michoacán

While President Enrique Peña Nieto's campaign against violence is helping subdue crime in many parts of Mexico, the southwestern state of Michoacán, home to some of the most violent drug cartels in the nation, experienced a 55% spike in homicides in 2014. Show More Summary

PHOTO: Latin American leaders stand guard at Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Photo by Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty Images Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos stood guard Monday in Mexico City, Mexico at the honoring ceremony for Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Show More Summary

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