Rulings by federal judges in favor of Texas and Missouri restore the “Stay in Mexico” program and force the White House to take the case to the Supreme Court, which, according to El Economista, may decide next Tuesday.

That could be the main point in the conversation between President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and US President Joseph Biden, since a border problem was removed from the Mexican government when the program was suspended.

Perhaps Biden anticipates that the conservative majority of his Supreme Court will restore the program and tries to avoid a confrontation and negotiate an agreement with the Government of the Republic, something like a quid pro quo.

Education: to be such a Marxist, to have a…

Last century, as soon as Spain entered the European Union, thanks to the referendum won by the socialist Felipe González, reforms were discussed that would make labor laws more flexible, with the support of United Commissions, the great Hispanic labor union.

I asked the secretary general of the United Commissions, Antonio Gutiérrez: “Why does a Marxist like you accept the reforms?” He only said: “Because that is the only way we will be in the European Union and the Spaniards will have generalized prosperity”.

The conservative who writes this is not bothered by Marxists, but this morning, listening to the conceptual rhetoric to change free textbooks, I remembered the Spanish Marxist labor leader and paraphrased that of “ah, being a Marxist, having a Marxist like that” .

Only rhetorical forum the Congress in September

The growing intolerance promoted and encouraged from the National Palace, the result of the eagerness to please of an officialism consumed by the ambitions of the succession process augurs cloudy times for the Congress of the Union.

If, as has been the case for several weeks, the majority of the ruling party in both Houses cling to the rowdy rhetoric that is the hallmark of the house, political dialogue, essential in legislative processes, will be more difficult every day.

If both, the ruling party and the opposition, each for their own and justified reasons, allow the most exalted to prevail, there will be no bridges for dialogue and the Chambers will be only sterile forums for partisan rhetoric.


In addition to the visit to the replica of the Sistine Chapel in the Zócalo, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador spoke with the Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolini about how diplomatic relations were resumed 30 years ago… By the way, to the tour in the Zócalo, the tenant of the Palace summoned Claudia Sheinbaum, Marcelo Ebrard and Adán Augusto López. The question was, what was the head of Federal Security Rosa Icela Rodríguez doing there… Many people’s enthusiasm for the support of the AFL-CIO to remove the so-called “charro leaders” cooled when they learned that the “independent” union of GM in Silao asks for an increase of almost 20 percent. The American dream, making automotive production abroad more expensive so that they return to the United States… After her visit to the National Palace, the CEO of Banco Santander, Ana Botín, has already announced that she is also interested in acquiring Citi-Banamex. .From the best of John Kenneth Galbraith: “even if all else fails, we can always secure immortality by making some spectacular mistake”…

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