Posts Tagged ‘ NatGeo ’

Narco Nation

Narco Nation

Last night I had the pleasure of attending the latest installment in the Half King’s weekly reading series. It’s only fitting that the guest of honor that evening was the intrepid English-born, Mexico City-based journalist Ioan Grillo, since the bar is owned by renowned  journalist and documentarian Sebastian Junger. Junger  is probably best known...
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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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Border Wars

Border Wars

One of the National Geographic Channel’s best new programs recently began its second season. The documentary-style program is called Border Wars and it chronicles the inherent struggle in policing the nearly 2,000 mile-long Mexican-American border from the perspective of the Border Patrol and Customs agents whose job it is to protect us.
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Global Warming=More Mexican Immigration?

Global Warming=More Mexican Immigration?

Another sign of the apocalypse, or perhaps a signal that we might want to start enacting more Arizona-style laws before it’s too late? Even National Geographic is intrigued by the immigration debate. Global warming and immigration.
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