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Thousands in Migrant Caravan Head to Open Texas Border Stretch with No Walls or Fences

Thousands in Migrant Caravan Head to Open Texas Border Stretch with No Walls or Fences

Ildefonso Ortiz and Brandon Darby Mexican authorities in two border states announced the arrival of nearly 2,000 Central American migrants who are part of a caravan headed for the border cities Piedras Negras and Nuevo Laredo. The area between those two municipalities does not feature any type of fencing or barriers like the ones a […]

Mexico Eases Migrant’s Passage | I Have to Ask the Question Why?

Mexico Eases Migrant’s Passage | I Have to Ask the Question Why?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber This was the huge headline in the Wall Street Journal January 23, 2019. An article by Juan Montes confronts the reader with the news that Mexico under the leftist administration of President Lopez Obrador “is facilitating the entry of migrants in Mexico.” A new caravan of o Central American migrants are […]

San Diego Calls on State to Help Fund Migrant Shelters

San Diego Calls on State to Help Fund Migrant Shelters

. By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views San Diego County has decided to become a magnet for illegal aliens..  It doesn’t want to spend its own taxpayers money—they want folks in Chico and Eureka to finance making life easier for illegal aliens in this Sanctuary State. “In a bipartisan effort, San Diego County’s mostly […]

Judge Upends Trump Immigration Reforms, Orders Deportees Back

Judge Upends Trump Immigration Reforms, Orders Deportees Back

David Krayden | Ottawa Bureau Chief U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled Wednesday in favor of a group of would-be refugees who sued the Trump administration after their deportation. It is a significant rebuke to President Donald Trump’s evolving immigration policy. As Fox News reports, Sullivan first said that the administration was breaching federal law by increasing […]

Father of Migrant Girl Who Died in Border Control Custody Says She Wasn’t Starving — But There’s More

Father of Migrant Girl Who Died in Border Control Custody Says She Wasn’t Starving — But There’s More

Virginia Kruta, Associated Editor    The father of a 7-year-old migrant girl who died in U.S. Border Patrol custody has refuted claims that she hadn’t had food or water in the days prior to being taken into custody — but he also said that he has no complaints with the way both he and his daughter […]

Washington Post, Time Headlines Imply Border Patrol Caused Death of 7-Year-Old Migrant Girl

Washington Post, Time Headlines Imply Border Patrol Caused Death of 7-Year-Old Migrant Girl

Virginia Kruta, Associated Editor    A seven-year-old migrant girl died just hours after being taken into the custody of U.S. Border Patrol, suffering from dehydration and exhaustion as a result of the strenuous journey — but a Washington Post headline made it appear as though Border Patrol bore responsibility for her death. 7-year-old migrant girl […]

Eyewitness Report | Latest from the San Diego/Tijuana border

Eyewitness Report | Latest from the San Diego/Tijuana border

By Jeff Schwilk  Thousands of illegal alien Hondurans, including violent criminals, started to arrive and the local residents are livid about it.  They are ready to take matters into their own hands (see Facebook group below). CBP (U.S. Customs and Border Protection) closed three lanes at the San Ysirdro border and one lane at Otay Mesa […]

Commentary | The Migrant Caravan

Commentary | The Migrant Caravan

. . by Naomi Fisher Regarding his excellent Citizens Journal Article: Migrant Caravan is Reportedly Already Bigger Than Many U.S. Towns, By Jon Brown, October 30, 2018, Mr. William Hicks added a comment: October 31, 2018 at 9:18 am: “May I suggest that both tent cities and closed military bases are good places to put […]

Where is your welcoming spirit?

Where is your welcoming spirit?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber At one time or another, readers of newspapers, or watchers of tv-news, have been subjected to the superior, lecturing voices of Canadian correspondents denouncing our efforts to close our border to migrants, economic opportunists and criminals, as they avail themselves of our open door. I am amazed to read in […]

Migrant Group Claims U.S. Now Processing ‘Caravan’ Asylum Requests at Border

Migrant Group Claims U.S. Now Processing ‘Caravan’ Asylum Requests at Border

by BOB PRICE A human rights group is reporting that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials have begun processing asylum requests from “caravan migrants.” The group claims officials have processed eight people seeking asylum at the San Ysidro Port of Entry. “After more than 26 hours, Customs and Border Patrol has finally begun to process […]

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