Although numbers are down, border arrests remain at their highest level since 2007. The majority of apprehensions are families and children.
A new survey finds that a majority of Mexicans wish to see Central American migrants deported.
Any political regime depends in part upon trust, and, when those in power do not live up to their commitments to the people, an appetite for change grows.
Political pundits are having to eat their own words from just a few months ago claiming that the border crisis was manufactured by President Trump as a political stunt.
Whatever their reasons for leaving, a wall or a physical barrier will do nothing to stop immigrants from crossing the border.
“Agents had already taken over 430 people into custody within the first three hours in what appears to be only the beginning of another busy day for the El Paso Sector Border Patrol.”
Reporter Jay Root joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how billions of dollars are being made at the border by cartels, smuggling migrants, and private prisons.
On a special mini episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, John Daniel Davidson interviews with Border Patrol agents on why a wall alone won’t stop migrant families.
Bombshell testimony comes after months of witnesses alleging widespread corruption at the highest levels of the Mexican government.
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.
There is more at stake for the United States than the futures of the 7,000 so-called asylum applicants in the caravan of people amassing for potential illegal entry.
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.
Free trade supporters will be disappointed in clauses such as the minimum wage requirement and recognition of bargaining rights. But such clauses appeal to union voters, who like Trump.
Helping the Mexican government regain control of the cartels should be a top priority for the Trump administration. Otherwise, the border will continue to be a hopeless mess.
It seems almost embarrassing to have to rehearse the case for free trade, but Donald Trump is determined to make us learn it all over again, the hard way.
The real danger isn’t that Mexico elected a left-wing populist as president, it’s that the new president won’t be able to govern his country.
Frontrunner Andrés Manuel López Obrador is a radical leftist whose presidency could engender a worse crisis on the southern border.
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.
The Mexican cartels uses migrants to flood the zone and distract Border Patrol from their efforts to smuggle opioids and other drugs across.
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