Deportation From Mexico. The Facts.

MEXICO DEPORTED MORE CENTRAL AMERICANS THAN US IN 2014 By ILDEFONSO ORTIZ 29 Dec 2014 Most illegal immigrants arrive in the United States via Mexico, although many are not Mexican. They originated in Central and South America and often from further abroad, including the Middle East. During 2014, when the Obama…

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott: 20,000 Illegals Caught Since January 1

Texas Governor Greg Abbott revealed that over 20,000 illegal immigrants have been apprehended crossing into his state. In other words, Texas has documented tens of thousands of undocumented lawbreakers since the start of 2015. And those are the ones they caught! In 2014 U.S. Immigration officials caught 213,719 illegals!! Governor…

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What’s Up? Illegal Immigration. Now Guess What’s Down.

DHS admits illegal immigration was up in 2014 (how could they not admit it?) and that deportations dropped. If we turned over deportations to private contractors we’d have this mess sorted out in 18 months. If ICE only deported 15,000 when they were funded to remove 400,000, the good news…

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Trump Addresses the Nation — Futurescope

  Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, my fellow Americans: You know what, folks, we’ve all listened to these State of the Union addresses for years, and everybody knows they’re just a bunch of hooey . . . circular rhetoric, doubletalk, empty promises, pie-in-the-sky, “Hope and Change” .…

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Obama Throws Christian Refugees to Lions

by Raymond Ibrahim September 24, 2015 at 4:00 am Why are Christian minorities, who are the most to suffer from the chaos engulfing the Middle East, the least wanted in the United States? To the Obama administration, the only “real” refugees are those made so due to the actions of Bashar…

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Judge Upholds Arizona’s Immigration Law

Judge upholds Arizona’s ‘show your papers’ immigration law The Arizona-Mexico border fence near Naco, Arizona, March 29, 2013. REUTERS/SAMANTHA SAIS A federal judge has upheld part of Arizona’s contentious immigration law, rejecting claims that the so-called “show your papers” section of the law discriminated against Hispanics. The ruling by U.S.…

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