A new report estimates cartels and smuggling networks are making billions off of Central Americans who are fleeing their countries in droves thanks to America’s messed-up immigration laws.
After promising again and again to stop illegal immigration, cartel violence, and the drug epidemic, members of Congress are complaining that Donald Trump is now taking action.
Bombshell testimony comes after months of witnesses alleging widespread corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government.
The Democrats’ theme for the evening was ‘facts, not fear.’ Many major media also adopted the same theme.
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.
A series of court rulings, glitches in the asylum system, and well-intentioned (but flawed) legislation have combined to open a gigantic hole in the legal architecture of immigration enforcement.
Too many members of Congress fail to see strong border controls as a way to stop the opioid overdose epidemic.
To solve the impending migrant caravan crisis in Latin America, President Trump should consider taxing remittances sent back to Central America.
On the Federalist Radio Hour, Investigative Reporter Sara Carter discusses how the trafficking of narcotics has become a national security threat.
Vox styles itself as a public relations firm for the violent gang in a video that downplays its roots and brutal nature in order to attack President Trump.
In the small border city of Laredo, Texas, the entire world shows up every day, determined to get into the United States.
The film worked well as a thriller but it’s clearly inferior to the original. It exposes the Gordian knot at the heart of our border troubles, but doesn’t cut it.
Attorney Gabriel Malor and Senior Correspondent John Davidson explain what’s really happening with illegal immigration and the separation of families.
President Trump’s policy of separating parents and children at the border is certainly cruel, but the media isn’t telling the entire story.
The complexities and realities of the U.S.-Mexico border are inescapable in the Rio Grande Valley, far from the immigration reform platitudes of Washington.
A human smuggling case in San Antonio that left ten people dead shows why we need to make legal migration easier and illegal immigration harder.
Wracked by drug wars and corruption, Mexico is in a state of crisis. If Trump wants a secure border, he should help stabilize, not isolate, Mexico.
The Obama administration is directly facilitating illegal immigration, and in the process facilitating drug and sex trafficking.
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