Catch, Release, Ignore

January 3, 2015
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For those of you who were wondering if there were any media outlets reporting real stories, vis-a-vis immigration enforcement policy, Mark Krikorian has some good news. There are journalists who take their jobs seriously, and they work for Houston’s KPRC, which has broadcast its investigation into the response rate of unaccompanied minors ordered to appear in immigration courts after their initial release from American custody. As it turns out, less than ten percent of the population afforded this opportunity took advantage of it. It seems that being an illegal alien in a country whose government adamantly refuses to enforce immigration laws is more appealing than open borders sophists would have us believe.

Go figure.

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