Caravan Puts Trump Legacy on the Line

October 19, 2018 Staff 0

With President Trump having been elected largely on an anti-immigration/border security platform, an opportunity for him to defend his line in the sand—and impact the mid-term election outcome—is currently at hand. Writes Buchanan: “As of […]

Discovery of Border Tunnels Has U.S. Rethinking ‘the Wall’

October 19, 2018 Staff 2

The discovery of more and more extensive tunnels under America’s southern border—including a 600-foot-long tunnel recently found connecting Mexican territory with an abandoned Arizona restaurant—are causing concern that adding fence and wall sections may incentivize transnational […]

Immigrant Caravan a Publicity Stunt

May 7, 2018 Staff 0

The band of illegal immigrants entering the United States at the Southwestern border is being called a “propaganda ploy” designed to test U.S. resolve. How many of the “caravaners” are actually asylum-seekers from Central America?  […]

Judge Will Rule on Arpaio Case Soon

July 14, 2017 Staff 3

Attorneys for retired Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio are “highly optimistic” the lawman will get a favorable verdict in the Obama DOJ-carryover case against him. Arpaio has been charged with misdemeanor contempt of court for turning […]

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