Category Archives: Border Security

San Diego Provides Building to House Caravaners/Fake Refugees

San Diego County Board of Supervisors approved use of a vacant court building at 1555 6th Ave in downtown San Diego for use by the mostly pseudo refugees that have crossed the border as part of the Caravan or separate … Continue reading

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Can the President Send Armed Troops To Protect The Border?

The Posse Comitatus Act is often cited as the reason troops cannot be used to protect the border. As has been experienced, the perception of the meaning of certain laws sometimes change over time, due to activist judges, who legislate … Continue reading

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Improving Border Security Without Congress

Recently, Chris Harris gave me a list of three actions which would have a huge impact and can probably be implemented by President Trump by executive action, without Congress. Harris is Director of Political and Legislative Affairs for Local 1613 … Continue reading

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Zero Tolerance Prosecution of Illegal Border Crossers

A reliable source, who understands Border Patrol procedures and practices, says that “Zero Tolerance” is a great idea that has worked extremely well in the past where it was implemented. The earlier implementation was called “Operation Streamline”. However, he said … Continue reading

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