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August 6

El Paso founded in 1659 by Spanish missionaries,remained a part of Mexico until the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo established the Rio Grande River as the boundary between Mexico and the United States in 1848. At that time, the non-hispanic white population numbered less than 10% of the total. It's legitimate to ask who invaded whom?

Good Grief President Trump!!

Since your Inauguration barely a week ago – President Trump – you have managed to upset important allies and trading partners, blindsided your national security team, frightened legal immigrants, and angered your own GOP majority in the Congress. The nation is counting on you not to screw this up beyond repair in just two weeks.

We Can Fix the Mess NAFTA Created for US/Mexico Trade

A mutually beneficial trade relationship with Mexico is entirely possible – a relationship that looks more like our Canadian trading relationship. More manufacturing jobs are an opportunity to expand the Mexican middle class but not all of those jobs have to come at the expense of American workers.

Saving US Economy Starts Now: Keep Oreo Cookies in Chicago

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump are all campaigning on a promise to produce jobs – lots of jobs. But none of them have explained how they are going to do it. Maybe we should elect ABC News' David Muir? Unlike all the leading Presidential candidates, he understands that a dynamic economy is a balance of consumption and production!