Posts Tagged ‘ drug smugglers ’

Desert Visions

Desert Visions

As four separate wildfires devour the state of Arizona-burning more than 17,500 acres at last count-it’s instructive to look at how our government has handled its investigation into the two enormous ones which blazed a path of destruction across the state in 2011. According to the Arizona Daily Star, both the Horseshoe 2 and...
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Free Agent Diaz

Some of you might recall our previous action alert highlighting the plight of Border Patrol agent Jesus Diaz, who is currently facing a 10-35 year prison sentence for allegedly abusing a Mexican drug smuggler that entered this country illegally through Eagle Pass, Texas.
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The Unintended Consequences of an Unsecured Border

The Unintended Consequences of an Unsecured Border

One of the most transparent problems with effectively policing our southern border is its sheer vastness. Over 1,900 miles in length, it is one of the longest land borders on the planet, and the largest stretch of land that exists between two nations whose differential in wage scale and standard of living is as...
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