The filmmakers show us totalitarianism in its rawest form, in its effort to control the most sacred of all bonds—that of the family.
The pithy New York Times columnist traveled to the border, looked at the fence, and realized something wasn’t quite right.
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.
Francis’s statement disregards not only the sovereignty of the American nation-state, but also ignorance of how generous America has been to the poor and vulnerable of the world.
The mainstream media doesn’t want to admit there’s a crisis at the border, so it’s portraying the players in the crisis in the best possible light.
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.
Central American families determined to claim asylum won’t be stopped by a wall, nor will cartels that profit big from smuggling them into the United States.
Nancy Pelosi’s flippant wall remarks show that she’s not taking this crisis seriously. Meanwhile, Americans continue to die from illegal drug overdoses and children continue to be trafficked as U.S. entry tickets.
Human beings are used as currency for evil criminal organizations to gain power and wealth. American citizens are dying. Immigrants who seek to come here are dying.
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.
To solve the impending migrant caravan crisis in Latin America, President Trump should consider taxing remittances sent back to Central America.
According to a report in 2017 by the International Trade Union Confederation, at least 1,200 foreign workers had died in Qatar since it was awarded the World Cup in 2010.
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.
Those on the Left and in the media are advocating for a policy that would hurt the very kids they claim to care about. This is disgusting, and needs to be called out.
Much of Mexico and Central America is ruled by cartels, and until we come to terms with the role they play in migrant smuggling, the crisis will worsen.
President Trump’s policy of separating parents and children at the border is certainly cruel, but the media isn’t telling the entire story.
In addition to taking a strong stance to reassert the rule of law, a southern border wall would save untold lives, reduce the flow of people and drugs, and protect private property.
Parents expose their children to great danger by involving them in the crime of illegal U.S. entry. But doing so helps them gain entry. The Department of Justice should handle that humanely.
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