Tag Archives: National Football League

American Society Celebrates US Independence with Daylong Fair

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Back in 1776, John Adams, second president of the United States and co-drafter, along with Thomas Jefferson, of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, predicted that the momentous signing of that magna carta would be celebrated for generations to come “from this time forward forevermore.” Indeed, 246 years later, Adams’ words ring as true today as they did

Read more

Liga MX Salary Caps Could Stifle Competition

By ALEJANDRO ENVILA FISHER Exemplary, legally solid and irrefutable, the financial sanctions imposed by the Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece) on Mexican soccer clubs for having imposed a salary cap (also hunger) on women who play professionally in the Liga MX could end up exploding in the Cofece’s face and eventually lead to the disappearance of the country’s fledgling women’s

Read more

Mexico News Roundup

By RICARDO CASTILLO   Which Border Wall Did Trump Mean? Oh, my God! Not again!!! U.S. President Donald Trump reignited his 2016 campaign war cry while stumping in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Tuesday, Jan. 28, saying that he would make Mexico pay for the border wall. After describing costs and the 400-mile-stretch already built of his “beautiful” wall, Trump capped his

Read more