News Articles on the NAFTA Superhighway
- North-of-border link finishes NAFTA superhighway grid - Atlantic-Pacific route would allow cross-continental goods deliveries, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, December 18, 2007
- Mexican trucks roll on despite opposition - Congress unified on bill to halt Bush administration program, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, December 13, 2007
- Canada openly proclaims NAFTA Superhighway, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, December 8, 2007
- Taxpayers foot bill for Mexican truckers - Safety equipment tab starts out at $367,000, by Michael Howe, WorldNetDaily.com, November 7, 2007
'NAFTA Superhighway stops here,' says Okla. senator - Trans-Texas Corridor needs to make 'Texas turnaround' at state border, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, October 1, 2007
"Ariticle 1 Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution says, 'Congress shall have the Power to Regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States,' not the president,"
- Congress debate begins - Resolution calls for end of NAFTA superhighway, abandonment of integration with Canada, Mexico, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, September 25, 2007
- Going protectionist over a fantasy highway - Xenophobes see a threat to U.S. sovereignty in a Texas freeway project that would ease trade with Mexico., by Shikha Dalmia and Leonard Gilroy, Los Angeles Times, September 20, 2007
- Deal creates path for NAFTA railway - Connects Canada to Mexico through heart of the U.S., by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, September 18, 2007
- Canada preparing ports for NAFTA Superhighway, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, September 11, 2007
- Senate votes to ban Mexican junker trucks, by staff, Associated Press, September 10, 2007
- Senator moves to block Mexican trucks, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, September 10, 2007
- NAFTA Superhighway plans advance south - Texas governor, Mexico agree to extend Trans-Texas Corridor, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, September 10, 2007
- Federal Court Denies Injunction Blocking Unsafe Mexican Truck Project, by James P. Hoffa, Teamsters, September 1, 2007
- Groups Sue to Block Mexican Trucks from U.S. Highways, by staff, Consumer Affairs, August 29, 2007
Some say border to open to Mexican trucks Saturday, by Jarni Jones, Landline, August 29, 2007
'We are stunned at the contempt of the Administration toward the rule of law,' said Todd Spencer, executive vice president of OOIDA. 'And it’s also a slap in the face of every American, hard-working trucker.'"
- Teamsters, Groups Sue to Keep Mexico Trucks From U.S., by Jeff Green, Bloomberg, August 29, 2007
US moves a step closer to allowing Mexican trucks full access to US highways, by Associated Press, International Herald Tribune, August 17, 2007
The latest step toward implementing a controversial provision of the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement drew instant condemnation from labor and driver-owner groups that fear the program will erode highway safety and eliminate U.S. jobs.
- Nightmare scenario on NAFTA superhighway - Truck traffic disrupted due to bridge collapse higher than estimated, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, August 8, 2007
- Now Cheney chimes in: Ain't no superhighways - VP latest to make official denial, some call it 'gaming semantics', by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, July 29, 2007
Texas governor clears way for NAFTA superhighway - Vetoes legislation to delay big transportation corridor, by staff, Washington Posy, June 22, 2007
The path has been cleared for the state of Texas to begin building the new Trans-Texas Corridor, a project that is designed to be four football fields wide, along Interstate 35 from Mexico to the Oklahoma border...
- Bracewell & Giuliani, the ‘guiding’ law firm on the privatization of Texas State Highway 121, by Jerry Mazza, Online Journal, June 8, 2007
Plan for superhighway ripped as 'urban legend', by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, January 26, 2007
"Deep Integration" was first enunciated by "The Independent Task Force for North America", led on the Canadian side by former Liberal deputy prime minister, John Manley together with Tom Aquino, president of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives. The task force led by US, Canadian and Mexican officials was sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
NASCO North America's Super Corridor Coalition, by staff, NASCO, November 1, 2006
Spanning 2,480 miles through Canada, the central U.S.
and deep into Mexico, the NASCO trade corridor is a multimodal transportation network that connects 71 million people and supports $1 trillion in total commerce between the three nations.
- Investors Push NAFTA Super-Highways, by Jerome R. Corsi, Human Events .com, June 30, 2006
- The China-Kansas Express, by Dorothy Pomerantz and Evan Hessel, Forbes, June 19, 2006
- Bush's unpublicized project that's going to make a lot of people really angry, by staff, Prairie Weather, June 1, 2006
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Kansas City: The Corridor to the Future, by Mayor Kay Barnes, AmericanCity.org, March 1, 2006
Many are surprised to learn that America’s next great trading port is located some 1,500 miles away from the Pacific Ocean and more than 900 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Despite its inland address, Kansas City, Missouri, will soon be home to the first ever foreign customs inspection office on United States soil; a new Mexican Customs Clearance Facility, and thus an expanded international trade corridor between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada is poised to open next year with Kansas City as the focal hub.
- Promoting the North American Union - Michael Howe probes notion of premeditated merger at trucking show, by Michael Howe, WorldNetDaily.com, March 30, 2008
- Mexican official says NAFTA includes superhighways - 'Transportation linking the United States, Mexico and Canada is key to the future', by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, March 19, 2008
- Texans ponder where superhighway might take them, by Peter Canello, Boxton Globe, March 4, 2008
- NAFTA Superhighway - Conjecture causes people to wonder if it's real or myth, by Glenn Gilbert, Oakland Press, February 10, 2008
- China to install sensors along NAFTA highway - Documents reveal NASCO plan to militarize I-35, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, August 18, 2007
- NAFTA superhighway heads north, by Jerome R. Corsi, WorldNetDaily.com, June 21, 2007
Kansas City SmartPort - Media Coverage - list of articles, by staff, KC Smartport, June 1, 2007
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- Texans fear US sovereignty will disappear down superhighway, by James Langton, Telegraph (UK, April 3, 2007
The NAFTA Corridors: Offshoring U.S. Transportation Jobs to Mexico, by Richard D. Vogel, Monthly Review, Vol 57, No 9, June 6, 2006
Clearly, a titanic labor struggle lies ahead. The governments of both Mexico and the United States have been complicit in the sustained war on the workers that capital has been waging relentlessly for the last three decades. Undeniably, both the U.S. and Mexican labor movements have suffered serious setbacks under NAFTA. But the offshoring of U.S. production and transportation jobs and the wholesale exploitation of Mexican workers are just one facet of global capital’s assault on international labor and must be considered in that context...