Border Security

Biden approval rating hits new low of 36 percent in Quinnipiac poll

President Biden’s approval rating keeps on dropping, and the news is no better for congressional Democrats.

In South Texas, The Border Crisis Threatens To Become A Constitutional Crisis

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott thinks border states must take action in the face of federal inaction. But is it too little, too late?

The Democratic Guide to Losing Elections

First, tell parents to butt out of schools. Next, imply that mom and dad are racists.

Biden’s job rating sinks to 42%: NBC News poll

Just nine months into his presidency, 71 percent of Americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction, the poll shows.

Border pray-in: Faith leaders meet, sound alarm over human trafficking, Biden humanitarian crisis

California attorney general created two new anti-human trafficking teams this year to apprehend perpetrators and support survivors after increased labor and sexual exploitation was reported statewide.

‘Let’s Go Brandon! We’ll See You In Court’: Texas AG Paxton Slams Biden, Files Suit Against Biden Administration Over Border Wall

On Thursday, Texas GOP Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his state will join Missouri to file suit against the Biden administration, telling the cheering crowd that he wanted to say to President Joe Biden, “Let’s go, Brandon! We’ll see you in court.”

US Has ‘Lost Operational Control’ of Southwest Border, Senate GOP Panel Told

Federal officials “have lost complete control” of the southwest border under President Joe Biden and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, three former high-ranking immigration enforcement officials told a panel of Republican senators Wednesday.

CBP to Report Record of Nearly 2 Million Migrants Encountered in 2021

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is set to report just under 2 million migrant encounters nationwide for the recently ended Fiscal Year 2021. The number of migrants encountered by Border Patrol agents and CBP officers jumped 202 percent over the previous year’s roughly 647,000.

As interest fades in Texas border towns, gunfire and drug smuggling crisis quietly continues

Illegal immigration, drug smuggling causes conflict at small Texas town.

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