March 13, 2017
Joe Guzzardi -- GOPUSA
California, Mexico Double Team Trump to Thwart President's Immigration Goals
California and Mexico, acting separately but with similar goals, are on a fast track to subvert President Trump's commitment to federal immigration law enforcement. -- In the Sacramento state assembly, legislators are working furiously to enact what would be the nation's largest legal defense fund on behalf of California's two million-plus aliens. The legislation currently under consideration is similar to the $3 million 2014 statewide program to provide legal counsel to unaccompanied Central American minors that surged the U.S.-Mexico border........
Anti-deportation training offered to fearful illegals
Don't open the front door if immigration officials knock. If you are taken into custody, tell them your name and nothing else. Definitely don't sign anything. -- That is some of the advice being given in New York City and around the country at training sessions, put on by advocacy organizations, aimed at helping immigrants living in the country illegally get in as little trouble as possible if they encounter U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials........
Tancredo --- Illegal Aliens and Violent Crime: Some Amazing Facts
Take a look at the crime statistics for just one state, Texas. A 2017 report by the Texas Department of Public Safety reveals that over the period from June 1, 2011 to February 28, 2017, the 215,000 criminal aliens who were booked into Texas jails were collectively charged with 566,000 offenses, including 1,167 homicides and 6,098 sexual assaults, with a total of 257,000 convictions. -- By the way, Texas has less than half the criminal alien jail and prison population of California, which has over 100,000 criminal aliens occupying facilities supported by California taxpayers........
March 12, 2017
Border Smuggler Fees Rise as DHS Apprehensions Drop
A federal agency said the cost of crossing the border illegally is on the rise. -- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said the numbers they're seeing at the border are down, while smuggling fees are going up. The agency hopes it means fewer immigrants are dealing with smugglers. -- Recent federal court records show how money paid to smugglers can add up to the thousands........
Illegals 'Undocumented and Unafraid' at Raleigh event
Undocumented and Unafraid - that's the message immigrants sent Saturday afternoon as they rallied at the North Carolina State Capitol. -- "We come here to do work that Americans don't want to do," said Alondra Pahuamba, who came to the U.S. from Mexico with her parents when she was just four months old. "Paid very poorly, and with a lot of racism.".......
Sen. Durbin Hopes Courts Strike Down Trump Immigration Order
Senator Dick Durbin disapproved of the Trump administration's policies on immigration on Saturday and hopes courts strike down the revised executive order. -- WBBM's Bob Roberts reports. -- Sen. Durbin said the president's latest immigration order amounts to a Muslim ban. He also said he's “troubled” to learn about how some Hispanics have to respond to the threat of immigration sweeps........
Sierra Vista Herald / Review
Borderline: Technology, tactics are always evolving
When Michael Hyatt first started his watch with the Border Patrol, he said it wasn't uncommon for agents to look into a disturbance in the darkness of the desert, alone.....