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  • Extremists crossing U.S. Mexico border ‘with ease.’ 30,000 from terrorist regimes

    08/22/2016 12:13:47 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 2 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 08/22/16 | Dan Calabrese
    Blind eye “You don’t need to worry about immigration. The only people who illegally cross the border are hardworking folks who want better lives for their families. They certainly aren’t terrorists, so stop being a racist and demanding that we seal our southern border. Why do you hate the ‘brown people’ so much? What’s wrong with you?” That’s the word from the “progressive” left, which will light the political correctness Batsignal the instant anyone suggests that maybe, just maybe, our lax enforcement of immigration law could represent a security threat.
  • This Year's Hottest Destination for GOP Candidates Is the Mexican Border

    03/26/2015 10:11:10 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 13 replies
    Mother Jones ^ | March 26, 2015 | Tim Murphy
    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker will visit the US-Mexico border on Friday with Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Walker, who is considering a run for president, is aiming to bolster his credentials as a critic of President Obama's immigration policies. A photo wouldn't hurt either. The Mexican border is now an almost mandatory pit stop for Republican politicians (especially presidential aspirants) looking for the aura of on-the-ground experience on immigration. Sure, talking to a rancher, staring across a river, and visiting a detention facility in McAllen for 30 minutes might not offer much of a big-picture perspective. But that hasn't stopped lawmakers...
  • Reminder: How Mexico Treats "Undesirable" Foreigners

    03/27/2013 4:58:50 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 12 replies ^ | March 27, 2013 | Michelle Malkin
    American politicians in both parties are stampeding all over themselves to pander to Mexico and adopt mass illegal alien amnesty schemes. But while the Mexican government lobbies for more "humane" treatment of illegal border crossers from their country into ours, Mexico remains notoriously restrictionist toward "undesirable" foreigners who break their laws or threaten their security.Despite widely touted immigration "reforms" adopted in 2011, Mexico still puts Mexico first -- as any country that is serious about protecting its sovereignty should and would.Article 33 of Mexico's constitution establishes the right of the president to detain and deport "any foreigner" and prohibits...
  • Border agent shot to death near Naco, partner wounded

    10/02/2012 7:26:10 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 38 replies
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | October 2, 2012
    A truck drives on the Mexican-side of the border fence between Naco and the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation area in this 2007 file photo. Two agents assigned to the Border Patrol's Naco station were shot Tuesday morning. One agent died. A U.S. Border Patrol agent was killed and another wounded early today in a shooting near the U.S.-Mexico border. The agents were on duty near Bisbee when the shooting occurred about 2 a.m., according to various wire reports. The wounded agent was airlifted to a hospital. He was reportedly shot in the ankle and buttocks, the Associated Press reported....
  • Fishy: Obama Administration to Close Nine Border Patrol Stations

    07/11/2012 5:52:15 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 20 replies ^ | July 11, 2012 | Katie Pavlich
    Just one month after President Obama signed a back door amnesty executive order for hundreds of thousands of young illegal aliens, his administration is now planning to shut down nine Border Patrol stations, something the people living in border states, Border Patrol agents, local Sheriffs and some Congressman are up in arms about. Critics of the move warn the closures will undercut efforts to intercept drug and human traffickers in well-traveled corridors north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Though the affected stations are scattered throughout northern and central Texas, and three other states, the coverage areas still see plenty of illegal...
  • Camera network will focus on jaguars Financed by Homeland Security

    11/28/2011 11:17:58 AM PST · by girlangler · 44 replies
    Arizona Daily Star ^ | 11/25/2011 | Tony Davis
    Arizona-New Mexico project aims to learn more about imperiled cats Camera network will focus on jaguars Starting next year, jaguars will be the target of an extensive network of remote cameras placed across Southern Arizona and southwest New Mexico. In a three-year, $771,000 project that has been greeted warmly by environmentalists but warily by cattle growers, University of Arizona researchers will try to learn more about the status and presence of the endangered animal.
  • DOJ: ‘Mexican-Based Trafficking Organizations Control Access to the U.S.–Mexico Border’

    09/28/2011 12:41:50 PM PDT · by Nachum · 29 replies
    Cybercast News Service ^ | 9/28 | Edwin Mora
    Mexican drug-trafficking organizations “control access to the U.S.-Mexico border” and the “smuggling routes across” it, “resulting in unprecedented levels of violence in Mexico” and allowing those drug trafficking organizations and their associates to “dominate the supply and wholesale distribution of most illicit drugs in the United States,” according to the Justice Department's newly published 2011 National Drug Threat Assessment. “Mexican-based trafficking organizations control access to the U.S.–Mexico border, the primary gateway for moving the bulk of illicit drugs into the United States,” says the assessment published by DOJ’s National Drug Intelligence Center. “The organizations control,
  • Iranian Book Celebrating Suicide Bombers Found in Arizona Desert

    01/27/2011 5:59:17 PM PST · by Stayfrosty · 18 replies
    FOXNews ^ | January 27, 2011 | William La Jeunesse
    EXCLUSIVE: A book celebrating suicide bombers has been found in the Arizona desert just north of the U.S.- Mexican border, authorities tell Fox News.
  • Gallup Poll: 9 Out of 10 Americans Say Secure the Border This Year

    05/06/2010 1:40:58 AM PDT · by myknowledge · 6 replies · 484+ views
    CNS News ^ | May 5, 2010 | Terence P. Jeffrey
    A USA Today/Gallup poll conducted May 1-2 shows that 9 out of 10 Americans say it is moderately to extremely important to them for the federal government to take steps this year to secure the border against illegal immigration. Similarly, 61 percent of Americans say they are very concerned that illegal immigrants are putting an unfair burden on U.S. schools, hospitals, and government services. Gallup asked respondents whether it was extremely important, very important, moderately important, or not that important to them that the U.S. government take steps this year to control the border to stop the flow of illegal...

    04/11/2010 9:33:03 AM PDT · by Velveeta · 4,070 replies · 6,773+ views
    Free Republic | 4/11/2010 | FReeper Collaboration
    Obama amputates our nuclear arms By: Charles Krauthammer ...snippet...Under President Obama’s new policy, however, if the state that has just attacked us with biological or chemical weapons is “in compliance with the Non-Proliferation Treaty,” explained Gates, then “the U.S. pledges not to use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against it.” Imagine the scenario: Hundreds of thousands are lying dead in the streets of Boston after a massive anthrax or nerve gas attack. The president immediately calls in the lawyers to determine whether the attacking state is in compliance with the NPT. If it turns out that the attacker...
  • U.S.-Mexico virtual fence work to end

    03/17/2010 5:20:38 AM PDT · by myknowledge · 9 replies · 344+ views
    UPI ^ | March 17, 2010
    WASHINGTON, March 17 (UPI) -- Work on the virtual fence along the U.S.-Mexican border will stop, freeing up its share of stimulus funds, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said. Napolitano said Tuesday the halt to work beyond the two pilot projects in Arizona was pending a broader reassessment of the concept, and the $50 million in economic stimulus funds planned for the project would be diverted to technology such as mobile surveillance devices, sensors, radios and laptop computers, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
  • Jim Gilchrist, live video on the web...right now! 6:10 PDT

    04/27/2007 5:56:36 AM PDT · by roadette · 149+ views
    live ^ | 4/27/07 | roadette
    Go to and click on "see live webstreams." Go to "Jim Gilchrist speaking in San Diego." This video isn't archived is live...right now, 6:10-6:45 PDT
  • Hezbollah Invading U.S. From Mexico

    07/27/2006 5:14:32 AM PDT · by beyond the sea · 133 replies · 2,487+ views ^ | 7/27/06 | unknown
    "We've had Hezbollah agents that came across the border with Mexico," Jerome Corsi, co-author of "Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America's Borders", told Sean Hannity during an appearance Wednesday night on Fox News Hannity & Colmes. Appearing with co-author and Minuteman co-founder Jim Gilchrist, Corsi agreed with Hannity that border security is important for national security because Hezbollah terrorists could be coming across the border with weapons of mass destruction.
  • N.J. GUARD JOINS RUN FOR BORDER (650 strong set to backup border patrols)

    07/02/2006 3:35:57 AM PDT · by Liz · 12 replies · 397+ views
    NY POST ^ | July 2, 2006 | AP
    New Jersey National Guard officials say they are prepared to send as many as 650 troops to back up border patrols along the US-Mexico border.....because the Pentagon has guaranteed to cover the cost of the deployment..........The troops will be volunteers, going on the mission in lieu of annual training. Gov Corzine must sign a formal agreement before any troops deploy. Despite an end-of-the-month deadline to have 2,500 troops along the Mexican border, only 483 were in position Friday working with the U.S. Border Patrol.....according to the National Guard Bureau, an arm of the Pentagon. ......more than 2,000 others were somewhere...
  • Gang expert backs Tancredo charges

    06/27/2006 4:18:59 AM PDT · by Man50D · 51 replies · 1,658+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | June 27, 2006
    WASHINGTON – Rep. Tom Tancredo's charge that Mexican drug cartels are buying up legitimate businesses in U.S. cities to launder money and using some of the proceeds to win local mayoral and city council seats for politicians who can shape the policies and personnel decisions of their police forces, has been backed up by a veteran gang investigator. Richard Valdemar, a retired sergeant with the L.A. County sheriff's department and a longtime member of a federal task force investigating gang activity, went beyond the charges made by Tancredo, the chairman of the House Immigration Reform Caucus who has led the...
  • Immigration rallies force L.A. mayor into political tight spot

    05/15/2006 3:06:38 AM PDT · by Sharks · 9 replies · 779+ views
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | May 14, 2006 | James Sterngold, Chronicle Staff Writer
    Los Angeles -- When the immigration rights movement erupted from coast to coast beginning in March, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa embraced it with greater energy and visibility than just about any other political leader. Villaraigosa, the first Latino elected mayor here in modern times, spoke at every major demonstration in the city, in Spanish and in English, backing the calls for a fair path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants. He was lauded by many of the demonstrators as a champion of their cause. But the normally voluble mayor was uncharacteristically restrained in discussing the issue in an interview last...
  • Pentagon eyes ways to use military for border security

    05/12/2006 2:23:32 AM PDT · by Sharks · 17 replies · 515+ views
    cnn ^ | Friday, May 12, 2006
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Faced with growing pressure from Southern states, the Bush administration wants the military to come up with ideas to help solve security problems along the U.S. border with Mexico. In back-to-back moves this week, the Pentagon began exploring ways to lend support at the Southern border, while the House on Thursday voted to allow the Homeland Security Department in limited cases to use soldiers in that region. At the Pentagon, Paul McHale, the assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense, asked officials to offer options for the use of military resources and troops -- particularly the National...
  • Senate Breaks Deadlock On Immigration

    05/11/2006 11:27:54 AM PDT · by Sharks · 132 replies · 3,007+ views ^ | May 11, 2006
    Senate leaders say they have reached a deal to revive a broad immigration bill that could provide millions of illegal immigrants a chance to become American citizens. The agreement doesn't involve provisions of the law, but it does end, for now, a lingering political standoff. The agreement brokered by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, R-Tenn., and Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., breaks a political stalemate that has lingered for weeks. Key to the agreement is who will be negotiating a compromise with the House and its tough enforcement-only bill. The House passed much more strict immigration legislation in December. It...
  • Minuteman Leader Pushes Border Fence

    04/20/2006 4:27:06 PM PDT · by Melissa 24 · 68 replies · 1,684+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | Thu Apr 20, 3:53 PM ET | By ARTHUR H. ROTSTEIN, Associated Press Writer
    TUCSON, Ariz. - If the government doesn't build security fencing along the Mexico border, Minuteman border watch leader Chris Simcox says he and his supporters will. Simcox, whose civilian watch group opposes illegal immigration, said Wednesday he was sending an ultimatum to President Bush to deploy military reserves to the Arizona border by May 25 or his supporters will break ground for their own building project. "We're going to show the federal government how easy it is to build these security fences, how inexpensively they can be built when built by private people and free enterprise," Simcox said. Congress has...
  • Senate panel passes bill allowing guest workers

    03/28/2006 6:49:09 AM PST · by Daytyn71 · 53 replies · 983+ views ^ | March 28, 2006 |
    WASHINGTON - The Senate Judiciary Committee approved election-year immigration legislation Monday that clears the way for millions of undocumented workers to seek U.S. citizenship without having to first leave the country. After days of street demonstrations that stretched from California to the grounds of the U.S. Capitol, the committee also voted to strip out proposed criminal penalties for residents found to be in this country illegally. The panel vote cleared the way for the full Senate to begin debate Tuesday on the emotional immigration issue. All Americans wanted fairness, and they got it this evening,h said Sen. Edward M. Kennedy,...