(@aaronlittlefield)

Border Security

Congress is facilitating an eventual catastrophic failure

ISSUE: Is Congress facilitating an eventual catastrophic failure? - PURPOSE: Analysis is enhanced when a scenario is framed in such a way that all parties may evaluate it objectively (removed from tribalism, partisanship and emotions). Consider the following. - TO BE EVALUATED: In the context and timeframe whereby Congress is looking to point fingers and shift the blame upon our wonderful, amazing, brave and selfless ...more »

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(@semperscarface)

Border Security

Why not force the Illegal population here in CONUS to pay for border security and their support?

Residing in small-town Central Texas, I've noticed the local illegal population has nearly doubled these past 5 years. The local Municipality states that it isn't their job to enforce Immigration Law's and refuse to become involved. My daddy always said to work smarter not harder. I recently read that Mexico charges CONUS illegals as much as a 30% tax to send money into Mexico. I surmise that if they are willing to ...more »

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Mexico Border Crossings - The Victims

The real victims of illegal border crossings over the Mexico border to the U.S. are hundreds of migrants who die in the desert every year. The Los Angeles Times and others have reported that this number of deaths ranges from over a hundred to two hundred and more painful deaths every year despite the reduced number who actually attempt to cross in recent years. The vast majority of these people are desperate family ...more »

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