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.
On January 3, 2019, the security of two Department of State buildings, one in Washington, D.C. and the other in Virginia were breached. The culprit during the burglary is alleged to have reportedly stolen 53 electronic devices, including 44 cellphones. The stolen articles consist of government-owned devices as well as privately-owned [Read More]
Trump turned the debate over funding a Southern border wall into a brilliant reality show, with Pelosi and Schumer as his hapless foils . . . and much more. Funny day today, with a lot of people who are important to me needing me. That’s not to say that they are [Read More]
Although Democrat open borders advocates immorally enticed Oscar Ramirez to head for America, it was his own foolish impatience that killed him and his child. I’m not going to include in my post the photo showing the bodies of Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his two-year-old daughter Valeria, lying dead [Read More]