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To Wall, or Not To Wall? That is NOT the Question!

To Wall, or Not To Wall?  That is NOT the Question!

by Phil Erwin The decades-long debate over how we should, as a nation, manage immigration across any of our borders is really about how to augment our existing population, and how – and whether – to share our resources with people from elsewhere. I wrote that sentence with care to highlight what the concept of […]

US Border Control Wants Drones, Radios, Fences

US Border Control Wants Drones, Radios, Fences

Inviting Catastrophe Through Our Ports of Entry – The deadly threats to the homeland posed by the legal immigration system

Inviting Catastrophe Through Our Ports of Entry – The deadly threats to the homeland posed by the legal immigration system

By Michael Cutler, November 19, 2015     My commentary for FrontPage Magazine today focuses on how while there has been so much focus on the illegal side of the immigration equation that it is believed that nearly half of all illegal aliens in our country were admitted into the United States through ports of entry […]

Immigration Law Enforcement: A Vital Component Of National Security And Counterterrorism

Immigration Law Enforcement: A Vital Component Of National Security And Counterterrorism

By Michael Cutler, October 12, 2015     Kindly forward this article to as many folks as you can and then ask that those to whom you send this, to forward it along to everyone they can- I am attempting to create a “Bucket Brigade of Truth!” The two recent terror attacks carried out by ISIS have […]