border security

Globalists Fight Psychological War of Words against America

Borders are a nation’s first line of defense and last line of defense against the enemies of that nation. In fact, it could properly be said that the primary role of our military is to keep America’s enemies as far from our shores (and borders) as possible.

However, “up close and in person,” the issue of border security becomes the domain and responsibility of the Department of Homeland Security and its component agencies charged with border security and the enforcement of our nation’s immigration laws from within the interior of the United States.

Trump Thunders Ahead with Executive Actions on Immigration Enforcement that Give Big Boost to Population Stabilization

In one of President Donald Trump’s tweets, he promised that Wednesday would be a “big day” on the national security front. Trump didn’t disappoint.

‘Family Man,’ Illegal Alien Martinez-Maldonado Rapes 13-Year-Old Girl

For all of the 30 years that I’ve been following immigration, the argument against building a wall or a fence on the Southwest border has been the same. If a ten-foot fence is built, sales of 11-foot fences will soar.

The Gathering Storm Clouds: FBI Director Comey Warns Terrorists Heading Our Way

One mission of our armed services is to work with our allies to locate, engage and eliminate terrorists overseas, while domestically our law enforcement agencies are tasked with protecting America and Americans within our borders.

Lessons Still Unlearned from Worst Attack on U.S. since Pearl Harbor

September 11, 2016, will mark the 15th anniversary of the worst attack on the United States since Pearl Harbor. Since then, the threat of terrorism both in the U.S. and elsewhere has not diminished but has, in fact, increased.

Lessons that should have been learned by our political leaders, at all levels of government, have either not been learned or forgotten.

Norway Builds Fence to Stem Refugee Tide; U.S. Enters Second Decade of Ignoring Legislation that Mandates Fence

Protecting the border and defending national sovereignty is a concept that has increasing global appeal. As the worldwide refugee crisis accelerates, more nations – including some that pride themselves on their willingness to accept migrants – have announced plans to secure their borders.

BP Offers Useful Advice to Border Crossers Who Want to Stay ‘in the Shadows’

When I read that the U.S. Border Patrol’s website offered advice to illegal immigrants about how they can most successfully enter and remain in the United States, I was sure I had seen something similar in the not-too distant past.

OTMs Swarm Border; Intentions Unknown

In border patrol agents’ parlance, illegal aliens entering from nations other than Mexico are simply referred to as OTMs or SIAs, special interest aliens. The most recent U.S. Border Patrol data showed that while more Mexicans are apprehended at the Southwest border than any other nationality – 49.6 percent of the 264,185 caught – OTMs are willing to travel much longer distances.

For Sensible Refugee Resettlement, Look to Japan

President Obama’s lame duck present to America is his accelerated Iraqi and Syrian refugee resettlement program. Refugee vetting has been slashed from the original 18 to 24 months to three. Never mind the opinions of FBI Director James Comey and other national security experts who agree that the refugees can’t be adequately screened no matter how long the time period allocated because no database exists to crosscheck them.

Multiple Immigration System Failures Undermine National Security

CIA Director Brennan warns that ISIS is likely to exploit refugee flows, smuggling routes and legitimate methods of travel to attack the West