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March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Nearly three weeks into April and in the middle of a busy news cycle due to a mask mandate court ruling, the Biden administration quietly released the March 2022 border numbers on April 18. U.S.Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that there were 221,303 migrants encountered as they attempted to enter the United States illegally. . . . Read more about March 2022 Border Numbers Highest in Decades, No End in Sight

Border Patrol Officers Confiscate $587K Worth of Cocaine in 3 Texas Incidents

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized cocainevalued at an estimated $587,000 while conducting three separate enforcement actions at the . . . Read more about Border Patrol Officers Confiscate $587K Worth of Cocaine in 3 Texas Incidents

WATCH: Texas Trooper, National Guard Arrest Smugglers After Children Left in Moving Truck

A Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper and National Guard soldiers apprehended a pair of human smugglers near the border in Laredo, Texas. Video released by the State shows a pursuit ending as the smugglers bail out of the moving truck and leave migrants, including children, to fend for themselves. . . . Read more about WATCH: Texas Trooper, National Guard Arrest Smugglers After Children Left in Moving Truck

FAIR: Immigration Enforcement All But Frozen by ICE

The following statement was issued by Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), in response to the release of the long-awaited U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) annual report, outlining the de facto abolition of the agency's core responsibilities: . . . Read more about FAIR: Immigration Enforcement All But Frozen by ICE

FAIR: Immigration Enforcement All But Frozen by ICE

The following statement was issued by Dan Stein, president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), in response to the release of the long-awaited U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) annual report, outlining the de facto abolition of the agency's core responsibilities: . . . Read more about FAIR: Immigration Enforcement All But Frozen by ICE

Small Migrant Child Drowns in Texas Border River, Swept from Mother’s Arms

EAGLE PASS, Texas — A four-year-old Nicaraguan migrant child is believed to have drowned after his 32-year-old mother dropped him as she crossed the Rio Grande. The mother lost the little boy as she crossed the swiftly moving border river just south of Eagle Pass, Texas early Saturday morning. . . . Read more about Small Migrant Child Drowns in Texas Border River, Swept from Mother’s Arms

Exclusive: Texas DPS, Military Warn Border Personnel of Possible Retaliation from Mexican Gulf Cartel

The Texas Military Department and Department of Public Safety officials issued a warning to law enforcement officers and soldiers working along the state’s border with Mexico. The warnings of possible retaliation from members of the Gulf Cartel follow the arrest in recent days of a key leader. . . . Read more about Exclusive: Texas DPS, Military Warn Border Personnel of Possible Retaliation from Mexican Gulf Cartel

Trendy Leftist Policies Cause Premature Death

Many politicians today desperately want to hitch themselves to the “next big thing.” They seek to be at the forefront of whatever movement is currently fashionable within their party, and to be seen supporting it more zealously than their colleagues. . . . Read more about Trendy Leftist Policies Cause Premature Death

Feds Agree to Pay for Damage Caused by Illegal Aliens, Provide No Security Solution

The Biden Administration has agreed to pay farmers and ranchers across the Texas-Mexico border for damages to their property caused by Biden’s border crisis which has seen a massive surge in illegal immigration and drug smuggling. . . . Read more about Feds Agree to Pay for Damage Caused by Illegal Aliens, Provide No Security Solution

Freshman Rep. Salazar (R-Fla. 27th) Introduces Yet Another Amnesty Bill in House

Freshman Republican Congresswoman Maria Elvira Salazar, representing Florida's 27th Congressional District (entirely within Miami-Dade County), has introduced another disastrous amnesty bill during the worst illegal immigration surge in the nation's history - all while the Federal Admin. continues to willfully ignore its enforcement obligations at the border and throughout the country's interior. . . . Read more about Freshman Rep. Salazar (R-Fla. 27th) Introduces Yet Another Amnesty Bill in House

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