From the “Land of the free” to the land of “Thoughts and prayers”

From journalists like Aaron Rupar from Vox, to politicians such as Julian Castro former San.

BACKYARD BIRDING IN MERIDA, YUCATAN AND BEYOND – TANTALIZING TROGONS, PART 1 OF 2

Generally, the dazzling-colored trogon family of 43 species (more or less) are primarily found in.

The Captors´ Resumes by Clay Jones

Trump’s pick to be the new director of national intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has multiple embellishments.

“Intelligence free Intelligence” by Clay Jones

The United States is facing a new threat that the new Director of National Intelligence.

Moscow Mitch by Clay Jones

The owner of one of the online news sites who subscribes to my cartoons emailed.

“Mueller hearing” by Clay Jones

Mueller time came with a whimper for many and devastation for others. If you have.

The Yucatan Times welcomes Clay Jones!

Boris Johnson is the new prime minister of the United Kingdom and not the “United.

Pre Hispanic Mexico, the ultimate trip for the solo traveler

Sceptical of this kind of travel, I had been persuaded by friends to try it.

Mexico’s Graphic Artistry

The dominance of Hollywood imagery in pop culture often obscured Mexico’s rich graphic images of.

After U.N. report on Maduro’s mass murders, region’s leaders can no longer stay silent | Opinion

United Nations High Commissioner on Human Rights Michelle Bachelet’s report about Venezuela is the most.

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Foreign Investors take 150 billion pesos out of Mexico

MEXICO (Times Media Mexico/El Universal) - Amid the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus, foreigners have begun to take their…

Mexico declares health emergency

Mexico declared a health emergency on Monday March 30th, and issued stricter rules aimed at containing the fast-spreading coronavirus after…

Vila announces mandatory closure of ‘non-essential’ businesses in Yucatan -VIDEO-

The governor of Yucatan, Mauricio Vila, implements new measures against covid-19.  MERIDA Yucatan (Times Media Mexico) – As of tomorrow, April…

When we thought we were gods

Someone sowed in our soul, fertile soil for myths, the dangerous idea that we were the owners of creation, and…

In Urban Spaces, Nature is Taking Advantage of the Coronavirus Lockdown to Roam the Streets

Across the globe, governments are mandating lockdowns, quarantines and social distancing measures in towns and cities. As more and more…