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November, 2018

  • 8 November

    California Has a New Governor: Gavin Newsom, a Democrat

    -Editorial After eight years of Governor Jerry Brown in office, California has a new Governor: Gavin Newsom. In a decisive win for governor on Tuesday night, the politician, former mayor of San Francisco (2004-2012) and businessman, who is expected to resist to President Trump at a crucial moment for the …

  • 6 November

    Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, a man who keeps promises

    Chaptered 2018 Legislation -Editorial Since the first time Eduardo Garcia was elected to the California State Assembly, he has been a leader dedicated to work in the benefit of the community he serves. Eduardo Garcia proudly represents California’s 56th Assembly District, which includes cities and unincorporated communities in eastern Riverside …

  • 6 November

    Interview to Jesus Eduardo “Cachu” Escobar

    As your campaign progressed what is the #1 issue in District 1 that needs to be addressed soon? The #1 issue is by far the focus on economic development and bringing private sector industrial based jobs to our Imperial Valley. This is the focal point that will provide employment opportunities …

  • 1 November

    The Dollar Exceeds 20 Pesos after the Cancellation of the New Airport

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) The dollar closes above 20 pesos; and the Mexican Stock Exchange falls 4.2%, its biggest drop since November 2016. The rating agency Moody’s downgraded the bonds of the New Mexico International Airport to Baa3 and placed them in a negative perspective after the president-elect …

October, 2018

  • 26 October

    The economy, the caravan and the November elections in the United States

    By: Dr. Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, Economist (PhD) Trump takes up a strong rhetoric about immigration in the middle of the caravan and elections in November 2018. On November 6, the United States will go to the polls for its mid-term elections, where much of the Congress and state governments will be …

  • 24 October

    Thousands of People March for Life in Mexicali

    By: Juan Carlos Lopez More than 7 thousand people marched in Mexicali in favor of life and against legislative proposals to decriminalize abortion throughout the country, with placards, shouts and cheers of: Yes to life, no to death! People expressed dissatisfaction with the initiatives of the new legislators. The mega …

  • 24 October


    Applicants will be able to send their application and other requirements from October 22 to November 20. MEXICALI, BC. – The State Electoral Institute of Baja California (IEEBC), through the Commission of Regulations and Legal Affairs, has launched the call for all citizens of this entity, wishing to participate in …

  • 24 October

    Imperial County Opposes Border Closure Due to Caravan

    -Editorial As thousands of Central Americans are marching through Mexico in hopes to arrive in the United States, the Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution opposing the closure of the border if the caravan arrives the U.S.-Mexico border. “I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to …

  • 23 October

    Migrant Caravan Highlights Humanitarian Problems in Central America

    -Cutting Aid to the Region Would be Counterproductive Washington, DC—Since October 12, a caravan of over 1,600 Hondurans, including women and children, have been traveling towards Mexico and the United States. Members of the caravan are currently in Guatemala, with plans to cross into Mexico in the coming days. According …

  • 22 October

    A Second Chance to Continue In The Right Direction

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter The time has come and the deadline expired for the candidates running for office this November. Candidates took their nomination papers to ask for signatures so they could qualify for the ballot. For the most part, they are candidates that want to serve their community and …