Bill to Deter Another Summer Central America Border Surge Passes Committee

The warm summer months are at hand. And with them, the Border Patrol predicts a repeat of last summer’s border surge that saw more than 68,000 Central American aliens cross into the United States. Although advertised as unaccompanied minors, many aliens were teenagers, and some were pregnant young women. Early on, the White House blustered about sending them home, but in the end, few returned.

Central American Migration Subsides – For Now

The heavy flow of Central American youths crossing our border, which drew national attention when it peaked in June, has tapered off significantly since then. Experts suggest a number of reasons. One is simply the hot weather. As a Border Patrol Officer noted, “It’s slowed down . . . due to the heat. Whenever these summer months come along, that translates to less people.” As the weather cools, the crossings may increase.

Flow of Minor Illegal Aliens Continues, ‘NIMBY’ Emerges from Supporters

The crisis along America's southwest border continues to be the lead story for news organizations across the United States and beyond. For weeks, thousands of unaccompanied minor illegal aliens have flooded across U.S. borders in record numbers, often seeking Border Patrol agents to whom they surrender.

Illegal Alien Kiddie Colonists Invited by Obama Administration

Would you send your ten-year-old child to travel unaccompanied 1,000 miles from Guatemala to the United States – riding on top of gang-infested trains? It’s quite commonplace south of the border. So much for “immigrant family values.”

Anchor Baby Alert: Young Mothers often Accompany ‘Unaccompanied Minors’

Until the invasion, “unaccompanied minors” was a term most often used by the airline industry in relation to age parameters for children traveling witho

Cure Cancer with Ladders

Hillary Clinton (the presumptive 2016 Democrat presidential nominee) spoke on the greatness of America in her most recent book, Hard Choices: “At the time

60 Million Child Brides … Really?

With Columbus Day just passed, explorers and adventurers are still top of mind, particularly since I’m in the middle of reading “1493 / Uncovering the New World Columbus Created.”

In “1493,” author Charles C. Mann writes that even as conquistador Hernán Cortés was busy ripping apart the Aztec empire, and bringing a large portion of Mexico to Spanish subjugation, he found time to produce offspring by a variety of women, apparently as was common in the Europe of his day for men with a certain level of power.

Looking for Hope in the Issues

As I sit behind the computer screen to start writing this blog post, I discard all my ideas for posts that I’ve been considering.