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“The Mexico Institute seeks to increase understanding, communication, and cooperation between the United States and Mexico through the active discussion of issues relevant to both countries. The Institute encourages the exchange of ideas among policymakers, scholars, journalists and business and civic leaders by analyzing the developments of each country in relation to the impact they have on each other.”

You can read their blog here:  NAFTA « Mexico Institute.


Free Trade Alliance San Antonio.

The Cross Border Trucking Coalition, based in San Antonio. In the link, you will find their goals.

The ChamberPost: Jobs Summit – Expanding Job Opportunities for American Workers Through Export.

A new post in the blog of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in which Patrick Kilbride argues against protectionist measures such as not allowing the Mexican trucks to drive through the U.S.

The Costs of Questionable Policies « Sustainable Energy Partnership for the Americas.

A nice article regarding different US Policies by Sidney Weintraub.

Posted April 2, 2008.

Presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama is asked by an audience member in Lancaster, Pa. about his membership in the Council on Foreign Relations and his thoughts on the North American Union.

Obama denies any membership in the CFR and then goes on to deny that there are plans for the North American Union and the creation of a monetary system called the Amero.

RSS Mexico Trucker

  • James Bradley Pleads Guilty in San Antonio Federal Court October 17, 2017
    Driver in Deadly Human Smuggling Case Pleads Guilty in San Antonio   James M. Bradley Jr., 61, of Clearwater Florida, pleaded guilty in federal court in San Antonio to one count of transporting immigrants resulting in death and another count of conspiracy. Police officers came upon the truck in the parking lot of a San […] The post James Bradley Pleads Guilt […] (PM Corn)
  • Round 3 of NAFTA 2.0 Talks – Cross Border Trucking in Cross Hairs October 8, 2017
    Latest round of NAFTA 2.0 brings out Mexican Trucking and the same old debunked fear mongering from the usual quarters The controversial issue of Mexican long-haul truckers servicing markets in the United States was not on the official agenda for last week’s NAFTA talks in Ottawa, but it could emerge as a key test of […] The post Round 3 of NAFTA 2.0 Talks – […] (PM Corn)
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