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  • "They" didn't decide anything........ On July 2nd and 5th. (after the official vote counting,) the IFE (Federal Election Institute) declared that Filipe Calderon of the PAN (Conservative) had a 240,000 vote advantage over Andres Manuel Lopez Obredor of the PRD (Socialist). He (Lopez Obredor) promptly challanged the election through the Electoral Tribunal, citing tens of thousands of irregularities, a nation-wide conspiracy and vast corruption. There actually is NO "election controversy," after the impartial Judicial Electoral Tribunal has checked every claim of all parties and recounted millions of votes, they found absolutely no evidence of any fraud or vote tampering. They (like the thousands of foreign observers, the million Mexican election workers, the million more officials of all parties at the polls, the dozens of international organizations and the 40,000,000 Mexican voters) found that the election was completely honest. They have announced that Filipe Calderon still has the same margin of victory as before. This Wednesday, per the Mexican constitution they will declare Calderon the "president-elect" of the country. Lopez Obredor and a small handfull of leftist extremists (supported with cash donations from Hugo Chavez) still refuse to accept the outcome and have tried to make as much trouble as they can. It is not working in the least. Lopez Obredor who won 35% of the vote on July 2nd. now stands at a 12% approval rate in the polls for his crazy claims and actions. His own party is deserting him in droves. The former leader and founder Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, has proclaimed the elections fair and honest as have several state governors for the same Leftist party. Some in his OWN party have even labled him insane, psychotic, mentally unbalanced and compared him to Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. The "controversy" is HIS and HIS alone, not Mexico's!
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  • Calderon.
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  • A corrupt Mexican as always until Mexicans get spines and end the corruption
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  • The earliest age a person may be considered for employment in New mexico is 14 and workers who are 14 and 15 years old must obtain work permit certificates from shcool.
  • http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?i... Mexico’s OFFICIAL IMMIGRATION POLICY contains interesting items such as: • in the country legally; • not destined to be burdens on society; • of good character and have no criminal records; • foreign visitors are banned from interfering in the country’s internal politics; • foreign visitors who enter under false pretenses are imprisoned or deported; • foreign visitors violating the terms of their entry are imprisoned or deported; • those who aid in illegal immigration will be sent to prison. • Foreigners are admitted into Mexico "according to their possibilities of contributing to national progress." (Article 32) • Immigration officials must "ensure" that "immigrants will be useful elements for the country and that they have the necessary funds for their sustenance" and for their dependents. (Article 34) • Foreigners may be barred from the country if their presence upsets "the equilibrium of the national demographics," when foreigners are deemed detrimental to "economic or national interests," when they do not behave like good citizens in their own country, when they have broken Mexican laws, and when "they are not found to be physically or mentally healthy." (Article 37) • The Secretary of Governance may "suspend or prohibit the admission of foreigners when he determines it to be in the national interest." (Article 38) • Federal, local and municipal police must cooperate with federal immigration authorities upon request, i.e., to assist in the arrests of illegal immigrants. (Article 73) • Foreigners with fake immigration papers may be fined or imprisoned. (Article 116) • Foreigners who sign government documents "with a signature that is false or different from that which he normally uses" are subject to fine and imprisonment. (Article 116) • Foreigners who fail to obey a deportation order are to be punished. (Article 117) • Foreigners who are deported from Mexico and attempt to re-enter the country without authorization can be imprisoned for up to 10 years. (Article 118) • Foreigners who violate the terms of their visa may be sentenced to up to six years in prison (Articles 119, 120 and 121). Foreigners who misrepresent the terms of their visa while in Mexico -- such as working with out a permit -- can also be imprisoned. • "A penalty of up to two years in prison and a fine of three hundred to five thousand pesos will be imposed on the foreigner who enters the country illegally." (Article 123) • Foreigners with legal immigration problems may be deported from Mexico instead of being imprisoned. (Article 125) • Foreigners who "attempt against national sovereignty or security" will be deported. (Article 126) • A Mexican who marries a foreigner with the sole objective of helping the foreigner live in the country is subject to up to five years in prison. (Article 127) • Shipping and airline companies that bring undocumented foreigners into Mexico will be fined. (Article 132) The next time a Mexican calls you a racist, you now have something to throw right back at them, don't you?
  • MEXICO is a corrupt country full of foreigners/europeans with cash money,with no intention to help or better the country.what can one do when your own gov. is the enemy and does anything to oppress ur chances of a better life.check out the murder rate of good politicians opposed to bad NARCO's,the differnce in % are amazing and ultimatley speak for themselves!
  • No. usa is a rustic of immigrants. under no circumstances overlook that. If the border were closed on your ancestors, then you does not be right here the two. That being reported you're easily top approximately Mexico's immigration regulations. they're extra stringent. yet undergo in innovations additionally, that our financial device is more desirable- in part as a effect of pulling the ultimate and the brightest from different international locations. merely like we pulled the fairly some ultimate Jewish minds from Germany for the period of WWII, we are doing the comparable immediately from India, Africa, and definite, Mexico and South usa. i'm not asserting that each and every person immigrants are Einstiens, however the are easily extra durable working and extra desperate human beings. the clarification why usa is the ultimate usa interior the worldwide is by way of the fact this could be a place the place all you ought to do is paintings confusing and function a dream, no remember the place you come back from. enable's not destroy the very element that makes us great. i don't elect to stay in Mexico. Or India, or China, or the middle East. enable them to come back. somebody enable your loved ones in.
  • the end is near for those people in arizona. hey california get out your welcoming mat, because here they come
  • Aren't the rapists who use guns nicer than the rapists who use knives and cut up their victims. Why do we condemn the nice rapists who don't kill their victims?
  • I didn´t know, but thanks. This will help me to deport now some gringos from Mexico.
  • I can't say. You only presented a one-sided viewpoint here. What does Arizona law say?
  • If you leave the name of the company I can get the info and tell you what the results are. XTO Energy Provides Tax Basis Information for Hugoton Royalty Trust Units Dividend FORT WORTH, Texas, May 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- XTO Energy Inc. (NYSE: XTO) today distributed a dividend of .059609 units of Hugoton Royalty Trust (NYSE: HGT) for each issued and outstanding share of XTO Energy's common stock held as of the April 26, 2006 record date with an ex-dividend date of April 24, 2006. The distribution is a qualified dividend for tax purposes. The basis of the HGT units received is $28.305 per unit, which is the average of the high and low NYSE price traded for the units on May 12, 2006. Cash paid in lieu of fractional shares is based on the net proceeds received by XTO from the third party sale of fractional and unallocated units. The total taxable dividend is the sum of the basis of the units and the cash received. XTO Energy Inc. is a domestic energy producer engaged in the acquisition, development and discovery of quality, long-lived oil and natural gas properties in the United States. Its properties are concentrated in Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Wyoming, Colorado, Alaska, Utah, Mississippi and Louisiana. This release can be found at http://www.xtoenergy.com . SOURCE: XTO Energy Inc. I assume you own 386 shares of XTO Energy. Your therefore received 121.59 in cash dividends, all of which should be qualified. In addition you also got a stock dividend which is valued at 651.30, all of which is qualified. Total dividends therefore are 772.89 regular, and 772.89 qualified. You also received 0.28 cents in gross proceeds from cash in lieu of fractions. This is a schedule D transaction. Holding period begins with the date you bought XTO. You also have 23 shares of Houghton with a basis of 651.02. Once again, holding period on the Houghton started on the date you purchased XTO.
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  • Disclaimer: I am NOT an accountant. The knowledge I share comes from my experience with turbo tax and statements from my broker. Consider this advice speculative. You should have recieved a 1099-Div. The categories on that form are: 1a Ordinary dividends 1b Qualified dividends 2a Capital gain Distributions 2b Capital gains that represent Unrecaptured Sec. 1250 gain 2c Capital gains that represent Sec. 1202 gain 2d Capital gains that represent Collectibles (28%) gain 3 Nondividend distributions . . . 8 Cash Liquidation Distributions 8 Noncash liquidation Distributions You should be able to tell from the dollar amount in one of these categories where your 23 shares is accounted for. My best guess would be line 2a ( and b, c OR d). If they are not reported on your 1099, you may not have to list the 23 shares this year...you will need to list them when you sell to show your realized gain (or loss). Hope this helps.
  • This sounds like the second company was spun off from the first company and existing shareholders received shares in the second company. Most companies arrange these as non-taxable events. Check the website of both companies. Look for an Investor Relations page. Most companies make information about spin-offs available there. If there isn't anything, try calling the Investor Relations departments.
  • Not really enough information to say. The company that paid the dividend and gave you the shares should send you a statement that explains what it's for and what the tax treatment should be.
  • Generally stock dividends are not subject to tax. You just have zero basis in the shares when you sell them. Agree with the prior posts. The company should have included some info on their tax treatment. Try contact them. And if a spin off there should not be a taxable event until you sell them.
  • If I'm not mistaken (and I'm NOT offering tax advice), you can get taxed on dividends unless you reinvest them directly into that stock.
  • COLUMBUS, N.M. (AP) -- This dusty little border town with almost no visible means of support has been seeing something of a boom in the past year: Brand-new Lincoln Navigators and Cadillac Escalades with flashy wheel rims are parked just off the bleak main drag. Homes are selling quickly, sometimes for cash. The source of this sudden wealth? An influx of Mexican drug smugglers, investigators say. The smugglers are fleeing the Mexican army's occupation of the town of Palomas, on the other side of the U.S.-Mexico border fence, and settling in Columbus, where there has been a law enforcement vacuum. The four-man police force in Columbus has turned over seven times in three years because of scandal or apathy. "We know the names of the people," said Luna County Sheriff Raymond Cobos, who is based in Deming, 35 miles away. "I know that if I were a person involved in criminal activity, whether it's drug-related, human smuggling related, I certainly would welcome the absence of police." So far, Columbus has been spared any violence, even though the sheriff's investigators estimate 10 percent of the population of 2,000 may be involved in illegal activity. "I would say greater," said resident Robert Odom. "If a person wanted to, they could make a good living in Columbus - not legally, but they can make a lot of money if they are willing to risk going to jail." Ranches and farms in the area are the largest legitimate employers, along with the few shops and cafes in town. Officially, the median income is less than $15,000 a year, a sum that is hard to reconcile with the sudden prosperity around town. "There's a lot of people who don't work but have a lot of possessions," Odom said, adding that he often spots local teens driving fancy new cars. "They have hubcaps that cost more than my truck." Real estate agent Martha Skinner, a former Columbus mayor, said she had her best year in 2008, selling about $500,000 in property in town, some to locals, some to Mexican buyers. The median home value in Columbus is about $52,000. She said she had a few cash transactions where she couldn't help thinking, "Well, where did they get this money?" Some residents and local officials say that without the illegal cash, the town might not survive. Last month, Columbus got a new police chief, Angelo Vega, who said any illegal activity will be met with jail time. "This is a new day for Columbus," he declared. In Palomas, the Mexican army took over law enforcement a year ago after the local police force was driven out by the drug dealers. The Columbus police department has been in disarray too, plagued with unqualified officers and allegations of wrongdoing. One chief was arrested on gun theft charges that were later dropped, and two others were never certified police officers. Working from a temporary trailer with wood paneling and cracked linoleum floors, Vega may be fighting an uphill battle. Around Columbus, some townspeople don't see a problem. "Criminals don't live here," said Maria Gutierrez, the 48-year-old owner of the Pancho Villa Cafe, where menus include a wanted poster for the Mexican outlaw whose 1916 raid on the United States took place on this patch of desert. "The problem is in Palomas. It's serene here. It's tranquil here." It is not clear whether the smugglers are legal or illegal immigrants, but local law enforcement authorities say that's not their business, it's the federal government's. And townspeople don't seem to care either way. Odom said he suspects that the crime plaguing much of Mexico - more than 10,700 people have been killed since Mexico's president cracked down on the drug trade after taking office in 2006 - hasn't crossed into Columbus because the smugglers living here don't want to draw any heat from U.S. authorities. But the sheriff said things could erupt at any time. "To me it's kind of like living in proximity to a refinery," Cobos said. "If you have gasoline fumes that you can't properly vent, or control, and you have them in a confined space, all you need is a spark."
  • Isn't that how the drug wars in Mexico started? The government LOVED the money the drug lords brought into te country. The people loved the drug lords because of the money they spent in Mexico. Everybody was happy until there was a little falling out over money and now 10,700 dead people later these idiots want to let it happen to their town! What do you expect from people with no morals? No wonder this country is letting illegal aliens send it down the crapper!
  • "We know the names of the people," said Luna County Sheriff Raymond Cobos, who is based in Deming, 35 miles away. "I know that if I were a person involved in criminal activity, whether it's drug-related, human smuggling related, I certainly would welcome the absence of police." Some residents and local officials say that without the illegal cash, the town might not survive. Seems to sum it all up. The township is corrupt as they rely on illegal money. I have already sent this story off to Obama when I first read it. Will see how long it takes before he gets off his backside and does something about it.
  • There is a lot of big cheese in that town. The ICE knows it, but maybe Congress wants to can any investigation of the issue. You gotta wonder hard about what is going on. You gotta wonder.
  • And here I thought that we weren't going to hear from your little constant news article postings with no real questions......i was wrong! NO! nothing to worry about. What is funny is that you left this part out of your little finding: "Criminals don't live here," said Maria Gutierrez, the 48-year-old owner of the Pancho Villa Cafe, where menus include a wanted poster for the Mexican outlaw whose 1916 raid on the United States took place on this patch of desert. "The problem is in Palomas. It's serene here. It's tranquil here." It is not clear whether the smugglers are legal or illegal immigrants, but local law enforcement authorities say that's not their business, it's the federal government's. And townspeople don't seem to care either way. LOL! I wonder why???? Hmmmmmm!
  • Another fine example of upstanding Mexican citizens. Well, it's all our fault for buying all those drugs, shame on us for making criminals out of these people. $300B a year is a small price to pay for corrupting their people. NOT! Give the citizens automatic weapons and let them open fire.
  • I thought it was so funny when my sister lived in NM and her maid couldn't come to work cause her relatives had stolen her tires! Now they're not very funny. If the townspeople are American they care - they just haven't been interviewed.
  • They are just doing the crimes that lazy American criminals won't do! They hope to be given amnesty when Lord BaRock grants it to all the illegal aliens in the USA. Mexico's top exports to the USA - criminals, diseases, illegal aliens, and illegal drugs.
  • Jose Mourinho would be the best candidate. The FMF should invest the cash for this guy. Mexico has an all-time high number of players playing in Europe gaining experience playing in Spain, England, Germany etc. Young players gaining experience playing in the Champions League. The Talent available is Incredible. They need a coach with experience in coaching talented world class players. Oh and Discipline none of this ill play when i want to BS Pavel, Salcido, and Marquez pulled last year. Jose Mourinho a coach the young and old players will respect.
  • I don't think the FMF is gonna get Hugo fired, But just think about our Mexican best players being coached by Lapuente, or even better Bora Milutinovic. Sounds like a dream but it would be awesome.
  • Probably someone based in mexico i really dont think FMF will spill alot of cash since they already paid Ego Sanchez a shitload for nothing....lemme take that back hugo is gonna stay just kuz i dont think they are going to want to spend hes already half way through and has tried millions of players...honestly he needs to have a starting 11 by now. he keeps on callin up people that are in form he should be thinking of people who are goin to actually make it to 2010.
  • We have a lot of good coaches inside Mexico, but I think we need someone from outside, someone who has experience coaching in Europe, in Champions, where futbol is better. So maybe Mourinho, would be the one.
  • Hahaha, is funny how Martincillo just keeps complaining for something that apparently the majority of the users can talk about without trashing anyone or anything. Just click "back", which can be found on your upper left hand side of your browser, yes, under where it says "file" and there, you just avoided to get mad and sh.it yourself.... simple as that bro. Is gonna be either Mourinho or Scolari. Guss, or maybe even Bianchi, one of those, for sure...
  • nicely adult males, the Mexican television (Televisa) is getting anal of who will grow to be Mexico's coach. i don't think of that they (Televisa) needs Hugo fired. Televisa does not care approximately Mexico and their soccer, the only element they care approximately is viewing video games and getting paid for his or her intense scores, Hugo Sanchez+soccer video games= money for Televisa. Who does not know Hugo Sanchez? all of us know of he replaced into or is the ideal Mexican soccer participant that ever performed. regrettably heavy rumors approximately Bianchi education mexico is being reported by skill of this corporation . different names including LaPuente Aguirre Raul Arias Jesus "chucho" Ramirez all Mexicans are being reported in munerous Mexican newspapers and additionally eu Names including Mourinho (it extremely is my authentic decision) J.M Del Bosque or perhaps Scolari is being a candidate. we could wish Hugo is fired on Monday he ios living existence to quickly he only desires to teach the mexican squad to fullfill his resume and that way he can quickly coach real Madrid!
  • Martincito dude stop bitcching man every time somebody ask a question you put a bad vibe bro relax man chill anybody could ask whatever they want even those dam a holes Americans who post things on here they do it for attention you do it just to attack 97% people here are chill and laid back show some respect you don't have to answer move on
  • Futbol Picante said these are the options for new coach -la volpe -peckerman -jose mourinho -chuco ramirez -de la torre -Scolari -flores
  • same damm question as always but here it goes anyways coaches capable and i believe would be interested are: leo ben hakker westerhoff pekerman gallego herrera tuca chucho ramirez claudio borghi carlos bianchi
  • I'm with Chris....I dont know wtf Martin is doing here....all he does is kill the mood in every question and yet he still loves it here!! He talks about him being a nice guy and yet look at all his answers!!! Either way...I would vote for Bianchi....but who knows...everyone has their own chocie and we dont know who the FMF commity has in mind!! So all we could do is wait!!!
  • It's frustrating that they insist on taking back and trashing California. They come here illegally and all us American citizens have to pay for their cultural majority in the public school system that as a whole is ill prepared to go to school in comparison to other ethnic groups. If you counted the amount of tax dollars that goes to ESL classes, speech classes, free lunches, special ed, plus all the extra teachers needed to teach illegals it would be shocking. Then you count up all the other government programs they cash in on without belonging here. It makes total sense why the greatest state is in so much debt. It's getting taken down from the inside and everyone is too nice to say no. People say "Illegals do pay taxes." Yeah sales tax. What about property tax, income tax, etc? They aren't liable for any of it because they cannot be found and held responsible. Even if we did hold them responsible for not paying taxes every April like everyone else, all it would do is overcrowd our correctional facilities even more. Since realistically the US will never deport them back to Mexico, the only solution is to send them all to New Mexico and have New Mexico secede and the US will drop back down to 49 states. All this was sparked by finding a New Mexico quarter in an old pants pocket.
  • We are all Immigrants. (Unless your Native American.) So this is none of our/anybodies land. America is a place where people COME to be free and live better lives. If you don't like it, leave.
  • the southwest used to be a part of Mexico. New Mexico belongs to America now. you would come here if American companies read women and minorities are preferred to apply. I wish the ads read white men are preferred to apply. I would apply within a second.
  • I doubt there is a state in the USA that doesn't have Mexicans living there. If you want to go after the real culprits go after the coyotes and employers. The USA does deport illegal aliens, no matter what country they come from.
  • Why don't we stop with all the rants already, and give the land back to the Native American's like how it was originally.
  • http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=74&jumival=5863
  • i have a better idea! why don't they go back to mexico and not come back!
  • My cousin works in a GMC in New Mexico part-time and she is 17 years old and she works as a sells associate. Everything was fine until a few weeks ago she was suspended without pay because her manager thinks she stole $81 from the cash register (which she handles) so they're "investigating" and in the mean time she's suspended but the weird thing (at least to me) is that the manager made her take the money to the bank (which I think is weird because first of all she's a minor so idk if that part's legal, secondly it's her first job, and thirdly she's brand new). This whole suspension thing happened also the same day she got her paycheck which as over $300 so it wouldn't make sense for her to take $81. So my question is if it's legal under New Mexico law to accuse an employee for theft and suspend them without pay when there's no hard proof? (For the record for anyone wondering this girl is one of the most honest, kind, and pure hearted people I have ever known who is an incredible humanitarian and would never steal any money from anyone. Just felt like adding that to this). Your help is greatly appreciated thank you :)
  • It's 100% legal. They have to take her off work to investigate. Even if they don't find "hard evidence" they can still fire her.
  • If Mexico innovations there very own corporation 0.5 as much as they the america corporation. There united states may be in basic terms a splash extra ideal. If i develop into component of Mexican government i could be embarrassed i ran a county that develop into so badly human beings have been will to possibility existence and limb to flee.. human beings in penitentiary do not artwork that not uncomplicated to flee. they look at america is So tremendous.. consistent with danger it only than Mexico is only that undesirable!!!!! hiya how approximately 20 Million American make a journey to Mexico all on the comparable time .. take our on nutrition and water .. do not spend any funds . only kinda draw close out and **** Crap up!!!!!
  • Yeah it doesnt sound right, what you said makes sense. They should at least suspend her with pay right. I dont know, though, Maybe you can ask a union, or join one, and they can assist for some advise or something, or contact FINDLAW, which you can google, where you can get emplyment law advice or something, or you can possible contact the new mexico labor state department. http://www.dws.state.nm.us/new/Labor_Relations/meetings.html or you can always ask the president Barak Obama, and his team, he might be able to point you in the right direction to http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact Good luck with that one.
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