Posts Tagged ‘ Border Patrol ’

The November Crime Blotter

Today we’re introducing a new feature on American Rattlesnake: the Crime Blotter. It’s where we’ll catalogue the litany of crimes committed by illegal aliens whom the federal government, in its infinite wisdom, has decided not to deport. If you have any news about absconders who’ve subsequently committed crimes, feel free to send your tips at...
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First To Fight

Today is the 236th anniversary of the United States Marines Corps, and we at American Rattlesnake would like to extend our most heartfelt thanks to the courageous, dedicated men and woman who have served or are currently serving in the USMC. I’d like to single out fallen Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who prior...
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Railroaded

Railroaded

Most of you who are regular readers of American Rattlesnake are aware of our continuing focus on the plight of Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz. Now, it appears that Agent Diaz has been convicted and given a two year prison sentence for arresting a fifteen year-old, illegal alien drug smuggler. This prosecution, and ultimately...
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Immigration Issues in Academe

Immigration Issues in Academe

The image you see above is a flow chart describing the process by which the bodies of illegal aliens, or in the parlance of the presenter, “undocumented border crossers,” found in the United States are identified and returned to their families. Or, in the case of those whose identities can not be verified, disposed...
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South Park Does Mexico

South Park Does Mexico

South Park is an absurd and profane comedy series, but it has a knack for exposing the underlying truths behind social issues.  The latest episode of South Park,  “The Last of the Meheecans“, tackles the problem of illegal immigration, and gets a lot of it right .   Liberals claiming to care for the well-being...
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Supporting Agent Jesus Diaz

One of the most infuriating aspects of our nation’s open borders policy is the harassment and persecution experienced by the men and women who are ostensibly entrusted with protecting America’s borders. A perfect illustration of this is the case of  Border Patrol Agent Jesus Diaz, whose suffering we’ve chronicled in the past. Well, Joanna Marzullo-the president...
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America’s Other War

America’s Other War

  This video segment was broadcast over two years ago! As you might well imagine, the situation on our southern border has not improved in the intervening years. All you need do to discover just how dangerous it is for our nation’s Border Patrol agents is peruse a random sampling of stories posted to...
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American Rattlesnake’s Top Nine Songs

#9 — “Come to the U.S.A” by Ray Stevens   #8 — “Ramos and Compean” by Michael Britton   #7 — “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin   #6 — “I Want My Country Back” by Jack Paulsen   #5 — “Illegal Alien Song”   #4 — “God Save Arizona” by Ray Stevens   #3...
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The Coverup Is Always Worse Than The Crime

The Coverup Is Always Worse Than The Crime

One of the issues we’ve tried to highlight on this website over the past five months is the ongoing investigation into the reasons behind ICE agent Jaime Zapata’s murder by members of a notorious Mexican drug cartel. Now, via the Los Angeles Times, comes word that the Zapata family is demanding answers from the...
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Reality Check

Reality Check

One of the most persistent myths propagated by open borders enthusiasts is the notion that America’s approach to border security, despite not existing in many places along our southern border, is both unique and quintessentially inhumane. The predominant narrative usually takes the form of American Border Patrol agents callously impeding the free flow of brown-skinned, impoverished...
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