In 1986, the San Diego border patrol sector accounted for approximately one-third of all apprehensions along the U.S. Mexico border. Today, it accounts for only a small fraction. How did the region go from one of the busiest sectors for illegal border crossings, to one of the most secure? The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Harkness visits the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego to find out.
I really had meant to avoid Jeffrey Epstein cartoons, but I found so many of them, I couldn’t resist — plus more clever and funny stuff to start your week. This next one isn’t funny; it’s gross. It’s just a reminder of what’s going on with gender madness and the [Read More]
Vassar Bushmills (I should have waited a day, too hasty on the Nullification part, needed a rewrite.) (I originally titled this piece “Lincoln Fought a Civil War to Keep the South in the Union, What Will Donald Trump Have to Offer to get California to Leave?”. It started out a little [Read More]
Progressive unanimity can seem enviable because of the strength it projects, but it can also lead the way to madness and systemic collapse. If you’re old enough, you can remember back to 1981 when the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kansas City suffered America’s deadliest, non-terrorist caused structural collapse, which killed [Read More]