A myopic view of Mexico, the border, and homegrown American fascists: Matthew Heineman's Cartel LandDavid Martinez | A recent U.S. documentary about Mexico and the U.S./Mexico border makes all the mistakes of its predecessors.
|Columnists Amy Goodman | The violent deaths of Brian Terry and Juan Francisco Sicilia have sparked separate but overdue examinations of the so-called War on Drugs, and how the U.S. government is exacerbating the problem.|
|Podcast Sean Mullen | Redeye speaks with Agustin Goenaga about the effect of military deployments on the stable, albeit corrupt, system of police control of the informal economy.|
|Blog Fred Wilson | The Calderon government is waging a drug war and a class war to destroy the independent labour movement while its NAFTA partners look the other way.|
|Blog The Media Consortium | <p>Under increased militarization, drug production actually goes up, as does the body count, but the seizure of drugs decreases.</p>|
|Blog The Media Consortium | "In the modern world, borders do not separate families, nor commerce, nor soldiers, nor bank accounts and their owners."|