As the coronavirus spreads in Mexico, drug cartels are providing public aid in the face of government inaction, undermining an already weak Mexican state.
The Mexican state is weak and corrupt—and totally unprepared for the coronavirus outbreak that’s about to hit the country.
If the coronavirus begins to spread in Mexico, we’re going to wish we had secured the border. Suggesting we do so isn’t racist, it’s realistic.
A 13-year-old Oklahoma girl visiting Mexico with her family has been killed in yet another cartel ambush on a long and lonely stretch of highway just south of Falcon Heights, Texas.
The ‘Jesus was a refugee’ trope is tired and inaccurate. It’s time for leftist politicians to stop exploiting Christmas by making false arguments about history.
Those dismissive of the danger posed by Mexican drug cartels ought to learn of the time they nearly carried out the worst terrorist attack in America since 9/11 and almost triggered a resulting war with Iran.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren pledged to tear down parts of the border wall constructed along the U.S.-Mexican border if elected.
At best, Mexico is a failed state. At worst, it is a rogue state, hostile to regional peace. The silence from politicians who would have otherwise cried intervention speaks volumes.
It’s time to overhaul the U.S. national security establishment. No subjects of failed policy are more evident than Afghanistan and our southern border.
The slaughter of an American family in Mexico is the latest sign that violence in Mexico is out of control and the U.S. needs to step in.
Moayad Heider Mohammad Aldairi’s case is interesting because it briefly illuminates a fascinating kind of American counterterrorism-immigration operation reporters must do acrobatic yoga to avoid covering.
After several suspected ISIS operatives were caught, Ecuador is cracking down a little on the human smuggler’s paradise it has created. But it’s still helping foreigners amass at the U.S. border hoping for amnesty.
Trump, after all the media ridicule, was correct in saying that potential terrorists have illegally crossed the United States’ southern border. Abdulahi Hasan Sharif of Somalia did. And it could happen again.
Illegal immigration may look good for the economy on the surface, but a deeper look reveals exorbitant costs that disproportionately hurt some of the worst-off in America.
Central America is rife with corruption at the highest levels of government. The Trump administration should take notice and apply pressure accordingly.
It would be ridiculous to allow the 2020 field to obfuscate on an issue that divides Democrats and remains President Trump’s signature position.
Congress could fix the border crisis and the asylum fraud fueling it, but Democrats have repeatedly refused in order to exploit a crisis they manufactured.
There is a crisis at the southern border, but U.S. law enforcement isn’t to blame. It’s time for Democrats to admit who’s really at fault.
As the 2020 Democratic White House hopefuls race to propose the most dangerous immigration policy for the nation, a few leading Democrats are calling for a more cautious approach.
The White House is cutting aid to Central American governments unless they do more about the border crisis. That’s a huge mistake.
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