In… uh… “honor” of departing Jalisco governor Emilio González Márquez, the Consejo Estatal de Comerciantes y Prestadores de Servicios — State council of retailers and service providers — is organizing what it hopes will be a 10 thousand strong ““megamentada de madre”” (Motherfuckin’ March). 180 more words
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Via Aguachile, the … um.. less than beloved Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iñiguez of Guasdalajara is retiring:
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He did a disservice to Mexicans through spewing hatred against women, gays, political parties, and Mexican political institutions.
One reason for writing my own Mexican history in English was that “Mexicans take their history very seriously.” As I noted in my introduction, I had started to put the book together just as the United States was pressuring Mexico (then on the United Nations Security Council) to join its crusade against Iraq. 512 more words
Church meets state in Guadalajara… photo by S. Nuñez for El Informador. Supporters of Cardinal Sandoval — claiming the Church’s rights of free expression are under assault after the Cardinal was criticized by the Supreme Court for questioning the minister’s integrity — were met by demonstrators who claim their rights of free expression (and association) are under assault by the Cardinal.
… until it happens,” or so the always quotable Porfirio Díaz is supposed to have said.
And, when SOMETHING happens — the Supreme Court affirming the rights of the Federal District to marry same-gender couples (and for those couples to adopt children) for example– the results aren’t always predictable. 423 more words