Wildlife Groups Attempting To Stop Border Walls

Congress returns on April 24 and 25 after an Easter break to mull over more issues. The one taking front and center is the looming budget deadline. Of the issues most important during campaigns and for citizens in general is the building of a border security wall using technology, increased border manpower, and a physical wall to get it done. Wildlife groups have always found ways to thwart construction or forward advancement to protect wildlife. I actually am for better building construction with wildlife concerns in mind. But, I believe that with meaningful mediation, forethought, knowledge, and cooperation both sides … Continue reading

Pelosi’s Take On A Border Wall and That Democrats Can Make Their Own Decisions – Sunday Humor

  Having a wall surrounding a home and all its protection is somehow exclusively the right of the very wealthy now? Really! This isn’t Nancy Pelosi’s gated community but it is well-known that the fourth wealthiest California representative owns a vineyard in Napa Valley and a townhome in an exclusive niche. Her winery is located in an exclusive tens-of-millions of dollars gated estate area where I presume legal citizen farm hands and house workers receive top wages and benefits for their efforts to maintain her property at peak picture-perfect condition and productivity.   Pelosi: Trump’s Border Wall an ‘Insult to Our … Continue reading