• October 17, 2021

Tags : border crisis

Busy weekend for Border Patrol Agents in Big Bend region

MARFA, Texas – Officials with Customs and Border Protection (CBP) say that last weekend was busy for Big Bend Sector Border Patrol agents who stopped several human smuggling attempts among other events. According to a news release from CBP officials Monday, Big Bend Sector agents took more than 120 individuals involved in human smuggling schemes […]Read More

Farmers, ranchers impacted by border crisis tell their story via

WACO – New videos and personal accounts from farmers and ranchers impacted by the southern border crisis describe an overwhelming and often dangerous situation that must be addressed. The videos and accounts are part of a webpage hosted by Texas Farm Bureau (TFB) to bring public attention to the crisis’ serious impacts on farm and ranch families. […]Read More

Op-Ed: Enforcing America’s laws at the border is not ‘pointless’

Last Thursday (4/8)  Congresswoman Escobar and Ruben Garcia from Annunciation House made two statements that need to be challenged. Mr. Garcia indicated that he had spoken to one man who crossed illegally who indicated he’d tried several times to enter our country illegally and finally succeeded. From this one conversation Garcia further states: “If we’re […]Read More

Op-Ed: A President without a plan

On Wednesday Gov. Abbott revealed HHS and DPS had received anonymous calls regarding the facility in San Antonio holding facility. He said the callers alleged there were sexual assaults, some children went the day without being fed, covid-infected children were not quarantined, and the facility was over crowded. He also stated that the Texas Rangers […]Read More

Most migrants won’t qualify for U.S. asylum under new Trump

The Trump administration wants to make migrants who pass through another nation before entering the U.S. at its southern border ineligible for asylum, the Associated Press reported Monday. The effort would disqualify most asylum seekers who did not first seek safe haven in another country before crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, including unaccompanied children. The AP reported […]Read More

In El Paso court, migrants no longer get legal advocates

After being detained in a U.S. Border Patrol processing facility for more than seven weeks, a young Central American woman was finally able to tell immigration Judge Nathan Herbert the most harrowing part of her journey to the United States. “I was separated from my daughter. I need to be with her,” the woman, who […]Read More

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