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  • Cummings asked the wrong questions about death of Brian Terry

    As ranking member on the House Oversight Committee's hearing into the disgraceful "Fast & Furious" Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms program, Congressman Elijah Cummings appears to be using his position to grandstand against our 2nd Amendment rights. By sympathizing with Mexican President Felipe Calderon's flawed assertion that Americans' historic and legal access to guns is the cause of Mexican bloodshed, and by attempting to use the tragic death of the border patrol agent, Brian Terry, as a tool for the gun control crowd, the congressman's behavior is shameful. The hearing, co-led by Congressman Cummings, should not be questioning our lawful access to weapons; rather it should be looking into who in Washington D.C., including the White House, approved the illegal and ill-conceived "Fast & Furious" program.
  • Slowing climate change makes economic sense; cities to lead-study

    OSLO/LONDON (Reuters) - Investments to help fight climate change can also spur economic growth, rather than slow it as widely feared, but time is running short for a trillion-dollar shift to transform cities and energy use, an international report said on...

    Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March

    Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March
    Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon will be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual World Leaders Forum at Judson University in Elgin this spring, university officials announced Sunday. On March 12, Calderon will talk about the changing global...

    Mexico to offer tax breaks to curb evasion, boost state coffers

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - President Enrique Pena Nieto on Monday said he would sign a decree to give small businesses a break on sales taxes if they register with tax authorities as the government seeks to bolster low collection rates. Nearly 6 in 10...

    Fueling drug gangs' impunity, unidentified corpses pile up in Mexico

    MAZATLAN Mexico (Reuters) - In Mexico's blood-soaked northern state of Sinaloa, a simple gravestone adorned with pink, blue and yellow plastic flowers marks the tomb of 42-year-old assistant carpenter Carlos Montano. But Montano is alive and well in...