ICE Hard at Work Clearing a Backlog of Criminals

Sometimes after years of being put down and shackled by the Obama Administration, it is good to recognize the hard work and thank immigration enforcement for getting their jobs done and clearing out the criminals. They deserve the recognition as they like most law enforcement go about their jobs and place their lives in danger in order to keep us safe. –##– So here is some of the latest press releases from ICE in a nutshell: May 12, 2017 – ICE removes Guatemalan national wanted for murder – Filadelfo Cardona Martinez, 40, was escorted by ERO officers via an ICE … Continue reading

Why The Wall

MUST be built and ASAP! EXCERPT:  “(CNN)It was the second deadliest conflict in the world last year, but it hardly registered in the international headlines. As Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan dominated the news agenda, Mexico’s drug wars claimed 23,000 lives during 2016 — second only to Syria, where 50,000 people died as a result of the civil war.  “This is all the more surprising, considering that the conflict deaths [in Mexico] are nearly all attributable to small arms,” said John Chipman, chief executive and director-general of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), which issued its annual survey of armed … Continue reading

Sixteen Year Long Afghan “Raging Tiger By The Tail” – Now What…

For sixteen years and to some accounts more, the US has been involved in a stalemate in Afghanistan. Neither winning, nor losing simply pouring more tax dollars down the tubes. We have a tiger by the tail; but now that we have engaged, how do we stop and evaluate our efforts as a success or failure? This is what the Trump administration is left to deal with after billions have been lost, soldiers killed or maimed, equipment stolen or sold to insurgents, and dishonorable or plain stupid, dangerous decisions, or indecisive attitudes by the past administration. “As Afghan Stalemate Grinds … Continue reading

Say It Ain’t So, Jose !

Apparently, Cinco de Mayo won’t  be celebrated in Philly because too many of the participants think they might be deported. I don’t know anything about how Cinco de Mayo in Philadelphia might differ from other American cities. But it is telling that the city’s planned celebration has been cancelled out of fear of ICE. According to The Hill: El Carnaval de Puebla, a major Cinco De Mayo celebration in Philadelphia, has been canceled following recent federal immigration crackdowns, organizers said. Edgar Ramirez told a local NBC affiliate that as many as 15,000 people gather for the annual parade through South … Continue reading

Criminal Activity Is Not The Only Danger From Refugees and Illegal Immigrants

Many refugees and illegals are carriers of diseases that we have long fought to eradicate here. So now that we have successfully reduced or removed some diseases, we have also become more vulnerable to new introductions. All along articles have said time and again that refugees should be held in some place together so that they could be monitored.  Refugees from predominantly Muslim or Middle Eastern countries have a real religious aversion against western doctors, treatments, and definitely vaccinations. Groups coming over the border with Mexico bring with them all the diseases and issues as well. Border health personnel are simply overwhelmed … Continue reading

California – Case in Point for Liberal Stupidity

California with its mere 140 miles of border with Mexico and 840 miles of coastline has more than 30 million people per year crossing from Mexico into its lands at The San Ysidro port of entry alone according to government statistics and Huffpost. Their article was written in 2012 and based on figures from 2003  forward.  Of the 1.8 million Mexicans whom ICE deported back to their native country since 2003, San Ysidro has seen 360,172 – nearly 20 percent of the total – pass through its gates. Tijuana also has received through the San Ysidro port of entry and its smaller … Continue reading

AG Sessions and Secretary Kelly Interviewed In El Paso

JUSTICE NEWS El Paso, Texas April 20, 2017 “To the brave men and women who secure this border, you have both my sincere thanks and admiration. It is your service that not only protects our country, but establishes our sovereignty. As I learned first-hand last week in Nogales, it is here, on this sliver of land where we establish a beachhead against the cartels, the transnational street gangs like Mara Salvatrucha 13, and the human traffickers. This is ground zero – this is the front lines, and this is where we take our stand. Through the strong leadership of President … Continue reading

War On Drug Dealers – Trump Enforcement Train Gaining Speed

Another win for our country AND a vindication of Trump’s stance on illegal immigrants who are criminals and keeping our country safe.     Attorney General’s Press Release April 20, 2017 The DEA-led Denver OCDETF Strike Force, including the Colorado U.S. Attorney’s Office, DEA and the Aurora Police Department, today arrested multiple defendants throughout Colorado and California on various drug related charges, the Justice Department announced. The arrests were the result of a one year investigation into the inner workings of a Mexican led drug trafficking organization that brought drugs into the country through California to Colorado. A federal grand … Continue reading

More Winning: Haitian Immigration Down by 97%

From the Washington Times: Sometime around November, word began to trickle back down the spine of Latin America: The U.S. was getting stricter about letting in Haitians at the border. Not only had the Obama administration begun deporting Haitians after a six-year humanitarian pause, but President Trump also had just been elected, presaging an even tougher policy. Many of those en route, such as the hundreds staged at migrant camps in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, figured they had gone that far and had little to lose by trying to finish the journey north. But for the tens of thousands of … Continue reading

Greens, USFWS Deep-Staters Combine Efforts To Thwart DJT’s Border Fence

So we have a new President, one who wants to protect our borders and our people, and also rein in excessive regulations.  Someone please tell that to the Sierra Club-type weenies and the Deep State turds still floating in the US Fish & Wildlife Service punchbowl.  The latest progressive tactic to stop efforts to protect OUR borders involves claims that a fence along our southern border will stop wild jaguar cats from roaming the area.  Never mind that 99% of these big cats hang their sombreros in Mexico.  Never mind that a leading expert on big cats says access to … Continue reading

Winning! – Record Number of Illegals Arrested by ICE Last Week

From Newsmax: Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers reportedly arrested 368 criminal illegal immigrants in seven states and Washington, D.C. in one week – a nearly 250 percent jump from the week earlier. The Washington Examiner reported the biggest busts were in Texas, where 158 were arrested – but that raids were carried out as far north as Wyoming. In one five-day raid around Virginia and Washington late last month, 82 illegals from 26 countries were arrested.  “ICE’s primary immigration enforcement efforts target convicted criminal aliens,” Daniel Bible, field office director for Enforcement and Removal Operations in San Antonio, Texas, told … Continue reading