It’s nice to see that Republican Darrell Issa, the Chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, is going after the administration on the corrupt and crazy Operation Gunrunner scheme of the ATF that delivered thousands of weapons to Mexican organized crime during a failed “sting.” We certainly wouldn’t have seen this kind [...]
The liberal press and others stuck on questionable victimhood have been eyeing a massive run for the border of Mexicans fleeing drug violence. In 2009 I commented about the Texas strategy for that possibility: Texas Government Plan For Massive Mexican Invasion: Immediate Surrender. Such a human flood would dwarf the disastrous Mariel Boatlift of 1980 [...]
Politico has a piece written by Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce explaining recent voting (not positive for enforcement) and how long it took to get SB1070 passed. Pearce emphasized how the war for American sovereignty and safety from hostile invasion requires tenacity over years.
As long as Mexico sees exporting its cheap workers north as advantageous, [...]
The slow-motion scandal of the the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms smuggling guns to Mexico is rising ever higher. Some dim bulb in the ATF thought it would be brilliant idea to ship high-power weapons to Mexican gangsters in order to “track” them. Now President Obama is swearing he didn’t know nuttin! To Univision, [...]
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 [...]
Doesn’t time fly? It seems like the National Guard troops just arrived on the border, and now they are already planning to leave.
In fact, soldiers began arriving in August 2010 and all 1200 weren’t “finally in place” until October, at which time they were “fully operational”.
Now we hear that the force will be removed June [...]
Here in the first world, internet technology has had huge effects on popular culture, with nifty music aps and do-it-yourself Youtubes opening up whole new areas of entertainment and creativity.
Backwater Mexico has been affected by the same advances, albeit in its own unique way. Mexicans already have a well developed fondness for criminal activities, [...]
Evidence accumulates of the worsening terror threat on the southern border, nearly 20 percent of which was judged to be poorly guarded according to a recent GAO report. Rep Sue Myrick has warned that unfriendly Venezuela is a portal for Iranians and other hostile people to make their way into America via Mexico. Rep. Mike [...]
The more is uncovered about the murder of ICE Special Agent Jaime Zapata, the worse the details become. Now we learn that he and the other agent shot earlier this week were unarmed in one of the most dangerous regions on earth, driving a big SUV with US government plates. If that’s not a big [...]
One of the expressions of diversity with which we have become familiar is how fond Mexicans are of their home country, to the point where one wonders how they can leave such a beloved place.
An example of the this tendency was on display in Santa Ana, California, where an argument developed in a restaurant between [...]
Acapulco was once a premier vacation spot in Mexico, known for its beautiful beaches and classy accommodations.
Elvis made a movie there, Fun in Acapulco, although it was more about bikinis than sombreros.
Today, however, the glamor is gone, replaced by dead bodies. Mexican organized crime has extended its brutal intramural warfare to the beachside city. In [...]