When government fails at providing adequate individual security civilian self help is a necessity. Is it a good thing? That all depends on who steps up to the plate.
Samuel Gomez wears a wide-brimmed hat and keeps a pistol shoved into his waistband. Surrounded by much younger men brandishing rifles and AK-47s, he’s standing guard […]
Exit From the Mine By Diego Rivera (1923)
The Mexican drug cartels are not just warriors in a “war on drugs”. They are well nigh an insurgency in many ways. From the AP:
Mexican drug cartels looking to diversify their businesses long ago moved into oil theft, pirated goods, extortion and kidnapping, consuming […]
Elections have consequences — even — especially Mexican ones. Here’s a great story from The New York Times on Mexico’s shifting drug war policy after their last Presidential elections in December.
But shortly after Mexico’s new president, Enrique Peña Nieto, took office in December, American agents got a clear message that the dynamics, with […]
“American Federale,” a documentary about Mexico and the cartels who virtually run much of its infrastructure and government, produced by Friend of Threedonia Michael Mandaville. Coming soon to the U.S.!!!
This is Jon Hammar, former U.S. Marine, in a Matamoros, Mexico prison cell awaiting trial on a gun charge. It’s been around the news here and there for awhile, but has been swallowed up by the Sandy Hook tragedy. Hammar has been trying to get out of prison until his trial — to no […]
Being in high tech is supposed to be a high-paying “safe” job right? Not when your expertise is in high demand by an extensive and well-organized criminal network in a country with a relatively loose grip when it comes to individual security (the extensive loss of which often leads to loss of national security). […]
It sounds like someone is at war with us. How long before our betters get the message? This was on Falcon Lake which adjoins Zapata County, TX and Mexico