Today I read on AJC.com (Atlanta Journal and Constitution) that the biggest newspaper in a major Mexican city plagued by drug violence has surrendered to the drug cartels, and is asking the drug lords for a list of rules for what it can and cannot publish so that it will no longer be targeted for violence and its reporters no longer assassinated. QUOTE from THAT NEWSPAPER (what the Mexican paper published to its readers in its plea for mercy): "Leaders of the different organizations that are fighting for control of Ciudad Juarez: The loss of two reporters from this publishing house in less than two years represents an irreparable sorrow for all of us who work here, and, in particular, for their families," the editorial said. "We ask you to explain what you want from us, what we should try to publish or not publish, so we know what to expect." MY COMMENT: The Second Amendment is what supports the rest. Thanks to a gun control scheme in Mexico that only disarms the law-abiding Mexicans but leaves criminals free to obtain any weapons they want, the criminals are winning. And now the rights of free speech and a free press are being surrendered to appease the thugs.