Rep. Ted Poe Calls for a Congressional Investigation over Agent Brian Terry’s Murder

The death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in an Arizona gun battle with Mexican drug traffickers started to have the symptoms of cover-up early on. First there were rumors, later verified, that the Border Patrol officers were firing bean bags at dangerous gangsters. Then it was learned that Terry may have been shot with [...]

Hearing: Border Security Is a Distant Dream

A billion dollars was spent on the Secure Border Initiative (SBI), but DHS chief Janet Napolitano canceled the program in January. Designed and built by Boeing, the SBInet system was envisioned as a virtual fence, consisting of a single, integrated surveillance system that combined information from multiple sensors on a single display.

Very spiffy from a [...]

Border Stand-Up Commentary

Mexican Narcos Pushing Out Texas Border Farmers

It’s getting hard to keep up with the symptoms of the invasion of America by hardcore Mexican criminals (as opposed to the millions of common job thieves).

Let’s review some recent indicators of the worsening Mexican crime incursion:

US citizens have been warned out of border area parks as being too dangerous for a while. Rancher [...]

Arizona Honor Killing Verdict Is Second Degree Murder

This is a disappointing outcome. In the spirit of equal justice under the law, one would hope to see the message sent to Islamic immigrants that honor killings in America will be dealt with as harshly as possible. But this jury did not represent that view.

The intent of Iraqi father Faleh Almaleki to murder his [...]

Rasmussen Poll: 2/3 Agree That States Should Enforce Immigration Laws

From the consistently interesting Rasmussen pollsters, indications remain that the public still supports Arizona-style state immigration enforcement as long as the feds willfully neglect the job.

Presumably, the citizens want something done because they are sick of the border anarchy and millions of illegals still occupying American jobs.

And a recent GAO report found that nearly 20 [...]

PBS Examines Mental Health Intervention in Light of Giffords Shooting

It was alarming (but not surprising) to see the usual gun-grabbers immediately swing into action after the mass murder in Tucson that killed six and severely wounded Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

As I wrote at the time, the public policy failure was in the mental health arena, not gun control. Fellow students in shooter Jared Loughner’s classes [...]

Arizona Honor Killing Trial Hears from Victim

The Arizona honor killing trial has been moving along. Iraqi immigrant Faleh Almaleki is accused of killing his 20-year-old daughter Noor for becoming too westernized by mowing her down with his Jeep Cherokee.

Note to immigrants from Islamic and other misogynous cultures: don’t think your daughters will remain enslaved when they see women living as free [...]

Napolitano Continues the Big Lie about the Border

In April of last year, Janet Napolitano, the Secretary of Homeland Security, declared that the US-Mexico border is “as secure now as it has ever been.”

On Monday, she appeared at the University of Texas, El Paso (a city which has received incoming gunfire from Mexico) to talk tough about America’s perimeter. I’m sure her sternly [...]

Arizona Takes Action against Birth Citizenship

Once again, Arizona is the spearpoint of defending the country against the onslaught of illegal aliens, this time challenging the misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment, by which the children of illegal aliens born on American soil are awarded citizenship. While some in the dinosaur media characterize the legislation as off the reservation, Arizona has already [...]

Islamic Milestone Reached in America: Two Honor Killing Trials Running Concurrently

It’s true: two honor killing trials are going on at the same time. What a triumph for Islamic diversity in America. Muslims must be proud that their misogynist culture has been implanted so thoroughly in a society that thought it was doing well on gender equality. The wonders of multicultural immigration, that enriches us all [...]

What Pima Community College Learned from Seung-Hui Cho

The similarities and differences of the Tucson shooting and the Virginia Tech mass murder are instructive, so it’s a little surprising that the MSM has not been more interested in exploring comparisons. In both cases, the schools faced a disruptive student who was potentially violent, but different steps were taken.

At Virginia Tech, authorities shrank back [...]

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