Posts Tagged ‘ Mexico ’

South of the Border

South of the Border

To the surprise of very few, the Associated Press reports that over an 8 month period Mexico deported more Central Americans than the United States. Take particular note of this passage:  In most cases, Mexico holds migrants only long enough to verify their nationalities, and quickly bundles them aboard buses to take them back to...
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Tongue in Cheek

Tongue in Cheek

Kudos to Ann Coulter for demonstrating once again that the best weapon one can deploy against open borders fanatics is often humor.  Although cauterizing that priggish, Mexican pseudo-journalist is a small task for someone of her towering wit and intellect, it’s still entertaining to watch the whitest of white Hispanics unnerved by a public figure...
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Profiles in Stupidity (The Race To The White House, 2016)

Profiles in Stupidity (The Race To The White House, 2016)

In a race where the presumptive Democratic nominee is barely distinguishable from the leader of an organized crime syndicate and where her potential Republican opponent is related to George W. Bush, it’s hard to conceive of an especially absurd presidential candidate. Thankfully, Leaping Lindsey has just relieved your imagination of that responsibility by throwing...
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Catch, Release, Ignore

Catch, Release, Ignore

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...
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Sticker Shock

  Following up on our previous post, Rep. Louie Gohmert explains just how costly the President’s latest repudiation of the Constitution will be, including for Barack Obama’s most loyal supporters.
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Freedom Of Information

Freedom Of Information

For those of you who believed the carnage wrought by this administration’s criminally negligent-if not intentionally malicious-Fast and Furious program had ceased-or even abated-I have some troubling news to report. Thanks to the indefatigable attorneys at Judicial Watch we continue to discover weapons implicated in violent crimes which can be traced back to the...
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The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

The Daily Rattle, 11/3/14 (Election Eve Edition)

  With Election Day imminent, it’s only appropriate that this edition of the Daily Rattle begins with a few news items dealing with important votes taking place throughout the country. One of the most revealing contests does not involve a single political candidate, but is actually a referendum taking place in the deep-blue state...
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Homecoming

Homecoming

Most of you are probably familiar with the recent plight of Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, an American Marine imprisoned by the Mexican government for the past seven months for inadvertently crossing over the border with legal firearms inside of his motor vehicle. Sgt. Tahmooressi’s family, as well as millions of Americans from across the country...
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A Gruesome Crime

A Gruesome Crime

Many of you will remember this site’s description of El Narco, a wonderfully illuminating and disturbing look into the world of the transnational cartels which have embedded themselves within Mexican society written by British investigative journalist Ioan Grillo. Mr. Grillo has just published an insightful op-ed, in the New York Times that explores the grisly...
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Texas Insider: Lamar Smith Discusses Fast and Furious, Amnesty, and Obamacare

  A great interview of someone charged with oversight of Barack Obama’s increasingly lawless presidency. Unfortunately, as the latest decision regarding Eric Holder and the Justice Department’s response to Fast and Furious makes clear, even as the White House’s defiance of the law grows, the options we have for holding it accountable are not...
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