As the next and the next and the next “migrant” caravans set out for the United States, the obvious question is how many more Latin Americans are on the way. The chairman of Gallup has the answer: five million in the next year.
More than a few of the illegal-alien Central Americans who have trudged north through Mexico are sick — very sick, with communicable viral or bacterial diseases.
As a new migrant caravan arrives near Eagle Pass, Texas, President Trump prepares to take his case for a border wall directly to the people.
Are you ready for more clogged roads, crowded hospitals and schools, urban sprawl, pollution, and resource strain? Because legal and illegal (im)migrants and their children are projected to add 75 million people to the United States by 2060, according to Census Bureau figures.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has stated that the federal government will soon begin construction of more border barriers in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
While Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is an easy scapegoat for conservatives in the border wall debate, don't forget that it was a former Speaker of the House who first dropped the ball on this issue.
If Democrats and radical lawfare leftists think they can stop President Trump from building a border wall unilaterally after declaring a national emergency, they might want to think again.
President Trump cut through the Kabuki-theater political atmosphere and bluntly stated that the Republicans were “wasting their time” negotiating border security with Democrats.
The illegal alien suspected of killing a policeman in Newman, California, had seven people, a federal indictment says, conspire to help him escape to Mexico to avoid arrest, all thanks to California’s sancturary law.
The approaching horde of illegal aliens who think they’ll cross the U.S.-Mexican border and declare squatter’s rights with phony asylum claims has prompted the Pentagon plan another big deployment.