The bloody battle between ruthless Mexican drug cartels threatens to turn America's southern neighbor into a failed nation-state — and has spilled deep into U.S. territory, threatening American citizens as well.
The raging drug wars have claimed nearly 40,000 lives since 2006 in a civil nightmare of beheadings, mass graves, kidnappings, and endemic corruption at the highest levels of Mexican society, as cartels rake in an astronomical $12 billion a year in illicit revenue.
Newsmax magazine's eye-opening special report, "The Collapse of Mexico — Its Civil War Comes to America," delves into the people and politics along the treacherous border.
Newsmax spent two months conducting more than 20 interviews during visits to border areas in Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, and found that despite the administration's reassurances, Mexico's drug cartels have penetrated deep into our nation's heartland, striking fear in ordinary Americans.
Frightening fact: Even the Government Accountability Office concedes that the United States can prevent or interrupt illegal entry along only 129 miles of our 1,954-mile southern border.
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Included in Newsmax magazine's exclusive "The Collapse of Mexico" report:
- One couple's deadly confrontation with Mexican smugglers
- Obama's empty boast about border security
- Cartels threaten the "rapid and sudden collapse" of Mexico
- Troubling number: 1 in 5 border crossers has criminal record
- Lawlessness is "new normal" along the border
- The most worrisome sign of Mexico's chaos
- Cartels' savagery toward migrants
- Border fence lands U.S. residents in "Mexico"
- Cartels use high-tech surveillance gear in U.S.
- Government's ominous warning to visitors on federal lands
- Apprehensions of illegals have plunged in last 10 years
- Terrorists seep through border — 409 caught from Pakistan
- WikiLeaks reveals: Mexico re-sells U.S. arms to cartels
- Slain rancher's widow's message to Janet Napolitano
- 9-11 Commission's "worst-case scenario" on the southern border
- Drug lord Joaquin Guzman: world's most powerful trafficker
- The deadliest town in Mexico
- Five states hardest hit by illegal immigration
- Border Patrol's bogus claim of "acceptable control"
- Judith Miller: Super rich imperil Mexico's growth
- Illegal aliens cost Americans $113 billion a year
- Cartels' links to Hezbollah operatives
- Sheriff: Obama's "near betrayal" of local law enforcement
- Mexicans' cruel choice: "silver or lead"
- Americans fear the cartels — 70 miles from Mexican border
- And more
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Past issues have included incisive commentary from such experts as George Will, Kathleen Parker, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein and David Limbaugh — to name a few.
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- Workers fear for their retirement
- What's next for Glenn Beck
- Gov. Chris Christie tackles public unions
- Can China's rise top the U.S.?
- Dick Armey predicts GOP sweep in 2012
- Hillary Clinton has won over her critics
- What you could buy with government's $4 billion a day
- Don't let restaurants rip you off
- Paul Ryan is top tea party favorite
- Common drugs that rob nutrients
- Where are they now: Former Rep. Bob Livingston
- Donald Trump's influence on the 2012 race
- Churches take to Twitter
- Meet the candidates: Mitt Romney
- Pro-American movies do sell well overseas
- Governors races tilting strongly to GOP
- Ben Stein: A letter to my new granddaughter
- The case against long-term care insurance
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- Dr. Laura: Women's sad pursuit of perfection
- Are you holding too much cash?
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