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Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Forget drugs or fraud. The most common type of case federal prosecutors bring is against illegal immigrants who try to reenter the country after having been ousted — and almost all of those charged are Hispanic.

Now federal courts are grappling with whether that imbalance means the law itself is racist. . . . Read more about Critical race theory takes aim at immigration law; courts wrestle with Hispanic disparity in cases

Illegal Immigration Is ‘On Steroids’ in Biden’s America: Rep. Tom Tiffany

Illegal immigration has been “on steroids” in the United States ever since President Joe Biden entered office on Jan. 20 and rolled back many of former President Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions, says Rep. Tom Tiffany (R-Wis.). . . . Read more about Illegal Immigration Is ‘On Steroids’ in Biden’s America: Rep. Tom Tiffany

Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Chris Clem announced on Monday agents arrested an illegal immigrant from Saudi Arabia Thursday night who may be a "potential terrorist" due to being "linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest." . . . Read more about Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

Yuma Sector Chief Patrol Agent Chris Clem announced on Monday agents arrested an illegal immigrant from Saudi Arabia Thursday night who may be a "potential terrorist" due to being "linked to several Yemeni subjects of interest." . . . Read more about Yuma Sector Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a 'Potential Terrorist Who Illegally Entered' the US

How to Stop the Entire World from Marching Across the U.S. Border

A human migration tsunami of historic proportions — anywhere from 70,000 to 85,000 strong — is on its way from throughout the globe to the U.S. southern border, funneling through the notorious so-called “Darien Gap” jungle route that runs out of South America into Panama and then on northward to the U.S. border. . . . Read more about How to Stop the Entire World from Marching Across the U.S. Border

United Nations Handing Out $800 Debit Cards To Migrants Headed Towards U.S. Border

Todd Bensman, a Fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies reports from a migrant camp, in Reynosa, Mexico, that representatives of International Organization for Migrations (IOM) an agency of the United Nations are distributing debit cards of $800 in value to each family of migrants headed towards the US border.

“The IOM workers said a migrant family of four gets about $800 a month,” says Bensman in a tweet with pictures from one of IOM’s distributing locations. “I watched long lines of migrants get their UN debit cards,” he continues. . . . Read more about United Nations Handing Out $800 Debit Cards To Migrants Headed Towards U.S. Border

The Cost of an America with No Borders Is American Lives

The events of the past year have been so calamitous, it can be difficult to get the full scope of our national dysfunction. We as a nation seem to go from one crisis to another, with no time or attention to address deep problems ravaging our communities. Nowhere is this clearer than in our current leadership’s abandonment of immigration law enforcement. . . . Read more about The Cost of an America with No Borders Is American Lives

Thousands of Migrants from 30 Countries Arrive at Arizona Border

Border Patrol agents in Yuma arrested nearly 3,000 migrants between Friday and Sunday, marking another busy weekend. The migrants were from 30 countries and included family units, unaccompanied children, and single adults.

The volume of migrants choosing Yuma as an entry point prompted Mayor Douglas Nicholls to issue an emergency proclamation, hoping to secure additional resources to combat the flow and effects of illegal migration on local resources. . . . Read more about Thousands of Migrants from 30 Countries Arrive at Arizona Border

Frustration with Lacking Federal Response to Texas Border Crisis Grows Among Residents

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Residents are sharing their growing frustrations with the lack of federal response to the border crisis.

One resident, whose property sits between the Rio Grande and the local railroad freight yard, says her family deals with migrants crossing through their property at all times. . . . Read more about Frustration with Lacking Federal Response to Texas Border Crisis Grows Among Residents

Sinaloa Cartel Ring Busted in U.S. 1,400 Miles from its Mexican Headquarters

The large-scale drug trafficking operation of an infamous cartel just got busted in a mountain state some 1,400 miles from its Mexican headquarters and only one U.S. official, a local prosecutor, has dared to acknowledge the obvious; “This poison is coming over from our southern border unchecked,” said the elected prosecutor of Colorado’s largest district. . . . Read more about Sinaloa Cartel Ring Busted in U.S. 1,400 Miles from its Mexican Headquarters

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