It’s disappointing that the key issue of immigration enforcement that sent more Republicans to Washington last November is being blown off first thing. On Tuesday I noted disapproval from a trusted authority: America’s Senator Jeff Sessions Slams Feeble Border Security Bill. In his press release, Senator Sessions criticized Mike McCaul’s bill: “We need reforms that [...]
On the same day that the Republican Senate was sworn in and the GOP majority of the House was increased, Obama received Mexican Presidente Enrique Pena Nieto for a friendly chat about erasing America’s borders and sovereignty. It was just an accident of scheduling, surely, not a petulant act of an extreme President whose policies [...]
Last week I wrote about the level of crime in our southern neighbor that makes them a most undesirable society from which to admit immigrants: Mexico: 43 Disappeared Students Highlight Deep-Seated Lawlessness. Now those missing young people may have located — and it is tragic news for the families.
Bodies have been found, although they are [...]
Sometimes Americans forget what a barbaric society we have in our neighbor to the south. ISIS and other hostile Muslims fill up the media’s screen with their headchop activities, but Mexico is not far behind in savagery. In fact, Mexico should be grateful for murderous Muslims who take attention away from Mexican gangsters also employing [...]
I happened to click over to Breitbart.com yesterday afternoon and saw they were about to webcast the new Tea Party Patriots documentary about illegal immigration. Now the film is online and it’s worth your attention, with its ground-level examination of border-area chaos, Mexican cartel infiltration, the jihadist threat and worsened crime:
It’s great that a major [...]
The Mexican crime syndicates may be murderous thugs but they didn’t make billions of dollars by being stupid about business. When they saw the market changing in their area of operations because of America’s weakened border enforcement, they decided to adjust their strategy accordingly.
The cartels saw Obama’s amnesty chatter as creating a potential for profit [...]
Mexico remains the top country where kidnapping occurs, where it has long been a part of the nation’s crime culture. A survey from Control Risks reported that in 2013 Mexico was numero uno in kidnap for ransom in absolute terms.
These days however, Mexican kidnappers are downsizing from snatching children of wealthy parents to working class [...]
Mexico’s vicious drug cartels and Islamic jihadists must certainly be happy to hear that throwing a couple rocks at officers will give them free entry to the United States. The reason is the instruction of the DHS for the Border Patrol to behave more gently toward violent alien invaders.
One might reasonably suspect that demands from [...]
How stupid are judges to take the word of a stone-cold gangster that he has renounced a life of crime, particularly when the criminal gets a big payoff for the lie, er statement? But that’s what happened in a recent appeals court decision which could set a dangerous precedent.
Besides, if a gangster fears his MS-13 [...]
It was a pleasant surprise to see ICE Union Director Chris Crane appear on the Mike Huckabee show Saturday. (The host was a squish on immigration enforcement when he ran for President in 2008.)
Crane reported that few House members have been interested in what enforcement officers see on the ground, just as the Gang of [...]
On Thursday morning, the House Judiciary Committee took up the subject of Asylum Abuse: Is it Overwhelming our Borders?
For Democrats and other friends of victimhood, providing an abundant welcome for the hard-luck cases of the planet is job #1. The Dems consider a cushy reception to be far more important than public safety from hostile [...]
A big story in San Antonio is that a US-born Mexican cartel hit-kid has been deported from a Mexico prison to live in that city. Arrested when he was 14, little Edgar Jimenez Lugo is now 17 and has served his paltry three-year sentence in permissive Mexico for murdering at least four.
What could possibly go [...]