The Vatican’s top busybody recently got caught speaking ill of some of his flock. A message from the Pope was published expressing his hope that Argentina could “avoid the Mexicanization. I was talking to some Mexican bishops and it’s a terrible situation.”
By “Mexicanization” he meant the spread of drug gangs and violent crime. In response, [...]
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 [...]
Wait, weren’t illegal aliens supposed to be pining for the whole enchilada of freebies, benefits and work permits — all with approval in writing? Now we learn that tens of thousands of newbies who blew over the border last summer with kiddies in tow are no-shows for their court hearings to get their amnesty applications [...]
Farmers say they are worried that the government’s awarding thousands of illegal aliens with amnesty work permits will cause them to leave for the greener pastures of legal American jobs.
The farmers are probably right. Ag has long been a doorway for illegals to worm their way into decent employment after they have learned a little [...]
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 [...]
It’s good to see Bill O’Reilly again do some good coverage of the danger to Americans posed by illegal alien criminals allowed to run wild by the government.
In Tuesday’s program, he reminded viewers that a deported alien who returns is committing a felony and may receive up to two years in the slammer. (See Findlaw.com’s [...]
On Friday, a Mexican man and his wife engaged in a six-hour crime spree that began when Sacramento County Deputy Danny Oliver approached a car he thought suspicious. The Mexican, Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracamonte, shot Oliver and fled the scene, later shooting two other deputies, killing one, and wounding a motorist.
Now we learn that the accused [...]
I love a happy deportation story, where the illegal aliens go home and readjust to living among their own people and speaking their own language 24/7. We know those things are important to foreigners because they complain endlessly about having to adjust to an English-speaking nation filled with Americans in order to mooch money and benefits [...]
On Tuesday, the Assemblyman Donnelly rallied against the wrongful jailing of Marine Andrew Tahmooressi who took a wrong turn into Mexico with a few legal weapons in his vehicle. The arrest occurred on March 31 and Tahmooressi has been imprisoned in dirtbag Mexico ever since. Nevertheless, the United States continues to treat hostile Mexico as our [...]
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 [...]
Follow the money: it’s an admonition that is doubly true in the illegal alien scramble. Unlike wealthy Mexico (which pretends to be poor to mooch off the US even though it is #14 in national GDP), the Central American countries really are poor.
As a result, Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras love getting checks from their emigres [...]