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.
The left is divided on issues of identity and security. Republicans should realize that there’s an opportunity to appeal to the alienated working class.
On Saturday night after he crossed the U.S. border illegally, border patrol officials arrested a Honduran man who had been convicted of murder.
The ease of the screening process and the short timeframe it takes to get a green card have turned U.S. asylum into a haven for fraud. Even the liberal media agrees.
Middle Easterners do travel the same routes as Hondurans to the U.S. southern border, and rising numbers of suspected terrorists have been apprehended at the border in recent years.
Leftists and mainstream media called Trump’s fears about Central American migrants racist. But now they are literally storming the border.
Today the ACLU appears before a Barack Obama appointee for a nationwide injunction against new asylum regulations directed at the caravan coming from Central America.
While the encroaching caravan south of our border may seem miniscule in comparison, the mass exodus of migrants to Europe did not transpire overnight either.
The complaint seeks to castigate the commander-in-chief instead of laying out a legal basis for Honduran citizens to sue our government under the U.S. Constitution. There is no legal basis.
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.
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.
In a tweet sent Monday morning, the founder and editor-at-large of The Weekly Standard declared that ‘The United States of America has a Fox News problem.’
To solve the impending migrant caravan crisis in Latin America, President Trump should consider taxing remittances sent back to Central America.
The more illegal entries such as the caravan are forced upon our borders, the more Americans will demand law and order.
Migrants to the United States have become far more likely to claim asylum. The result is a growing backlog of court cases, which harms actual refugees and drags U.S. resources.
A caravan of 1,200 Central Americans headed for the United States could provoke a crisis that forces us to face the root causes of our failed immigration system.
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