Category Archives: PRI

Narco Corrido by Eric J. García (El Machete Illustrated)

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On the Bacon Trail: The Precursors – Part 2 of 2

Note: The following is a lengthy article on the revolutionary activity in Mexico, and the dirty war on Mexican students who are at the forefront of preserving the nation’s historical memory and defending the Mexican Constitution. This defense led to … Continue reading

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On The Bacon Trail: Exposing Historical Myopia (Part One of Two)

Historical myopia causes nearsightedness, distorting one’s view of current and past events. It interferes in distinguishing details. Consequently, we don’t pay much attention to how and why the present has come about. In general American culture discourages complex thinking. Almost … Continue reading

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