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AMLO’s Daily Tirades against Journalists Are Putting Them in Harm’s Way

OPINION By MARK LORENZANA In February of this year, the San Diego Union-Tribune published an editorial criticizing Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), saying his “rhetoric will get more journalists killed.” Specifically, the Union-Tribune editorial zeroed in on López Obrador’s penchant for labeling journalists — especially journalists who criticize AMLO and his administration — as “thugs,” “mercenaries” and “sellouts.”

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John Ackerman Gets His Political Comeuppings

OPINION By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS John Ackerman, an American law professor who decided to switch out his U.S. passport for a Mexican substitute and join the leftist bandwagon of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s (AMLO) own personal vision of pseudo-democracy, has just gotten a taste of what AMLO’s Brave New World of dictatorial socialism is really about. After having been rejected

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Mexican Treasury Releases Another 22.5 Billion Pesos for Dos Bocas

By MARK LORENZANA                               Mexican Treasury Secretary Rogelio Ramírez de la O said he authorized a transfer of 22.5 billion pesos, labeled as “urgent,” to the Dos Bocas refinery in the southeastern Mexican state of Tabasco — one of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s (AMLO) controversial pet projects — at a meeting of the board of directors of state-run oil giant

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Loret de Mola Showcases AMLO’s Lies about Dos Bocas Refinery

By KELIN DILLON Several days after Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) inaugurated the controversial Dos Bocas Refinery on Friday, July 1, Mexican journalist Carlos Loret de Mola released a scathing two-part analysis of purported lies featured in López Obrador’s inaugural address, revealing apparent inconsistencies in AMLO’s contentious Tabascan pet project. According to Loret de Mola – a perennial

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