From the Trojan Wall to Hadrian’s Wall to the Great Wall of China to the Servian Wall, walls are pretty good at keeping people out as well as in.
The Times is somewhere between misleading by omission and outright lying to their readers about the threats posed by lack of border security.
It’s undemocratic for legislators to cherry-pick which laws they want to enforce when they have a legal obligation to secure the border.
Bombshell testimony comes after months of witnesses alleging widespread corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government.
Averaging national public opinion polls conducted in 2018 reveals that 6 in 10 Americans oppose building a border wall. But just a few years ago, at least that many supported a wall.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats have left left themselves no fallback position. And that’s why they will lose.
Jim Acosta’s latest video report from the border wall must truly be seen to be believed.
The Democrats’ theme for the evening was ‘facts, not fear.’ Many major media also adopted the same theme.
The question of whether the situation at the border is an emergency is probably more of a political issue for the first two branches of government than a legal issue for the third branch.
Trump says there’s a crisis on the border, but the crisis reaches far beyond the border into every institution in Mexico and Central America.
Trump and the Democrats could agree to more funding for border security in exchange for more funding for processing asylum-seekers, but they won’t.
Panama and Costa Rica are chokepoints on the migrant trail followed by people from other continents seeking easier U.S. entry through our porous border with Mexico.
Given Sen. Chuck Schumer’s previous comments about the need for a wall and his support of the Secure Fence Act, President Trump may very well have a point.
We need a wall, but we also need the resources to defend the wall: judges to convict violators, court officers to manage detention centers, etc.
Too many members of Congress fail to see strong border controls as a way to stop the opioid overdose epidemic.
Hundreds of migrants from Central America attempted to forcibly enter the U.S. on Sunday, heralding a new and dangerous era in the ongoing migrant crisis.
Nations, not unlike families, need to have some sense of identity, even purpose. When a group of people is defined as everyone and anyone, that actually means that it is no one.
The more illegal entries such as the caravan are forced upon our borders, the more Americans will demand law and order.
The real lesson is that people who want to come here and work will find a way to do it, regardless of the barriers in their path.
In the small border city of Laredo, Texas, the entire world shows up every day, determined to get into the United States.
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