Ric Oberlink Weighs in on "New 'March of the Migrants'"


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.

Refugees May Be Resettled in High-Crime Atlantic City

Despite the back and forth between President Obama and the growing numbers of Americans who want Syrian migrants resettled in regions close to their homes, it’s business as usual for refugee advocates. Apparently, any empty building could and should be converted into a refugee shelter.

What could the U.S. do with $37 billion?

According to the World Bank Factbook 2011, the US is the top migrant destination country and had the largest inflows of migrants between 2005 and 2010.  As of 2010, the total number of immigrants in the US is 42.8 million.  The top country with the number of emigrants (those leaving their home country) is Mexico at 11.9 million. The top migration corridor is the Mexico-United States corridor with 11.6 million people.