Immigration Matters

The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.

New Mexico County Declares State Of Emergency Amid Immigration Influx

UPDATED 6:36 AM PT – Friday, April 19, 2019

Contagion invasion (Part 2): The untold public health endemic at our borders and beyond
Daniel Horowitz · April 18, 2019

This is the second piece in a two-part series on the serious public health threat posed by mass migration and catch and release policies.

Contagion invasion (Part 1): What ever happened to the principle of protecting our borders against dangerous diseases?


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Dear fellow Americans:

Please allow me to flesh out an approach to the asylum assault on the borders that I have years ago forwarded to DC and now go into detail about for you. This is what the issue is today.

First, aliens are not entitled due process. They have a hearing before an Immigration Judge. That’s it. The Immigration Judge needs to be close to where the alien is encountered, ie the border.

Rockland County Declares Measles State of Emergency, Bans Unvaccinated Minors From Public Spaces"We believe this to be the first such effort of this kind nationally and the circumstances we face here clearly call for that," the county executive said

Published Mar 26, 2019 at 11:40 AM | Updated 5 hours ago


Daniel Horowitz · March 22, 2019 


Two more Americans – a Washington state sheriff’s deputy and an Alabama schoolteacher – were killed this week because we senselessly allow illegal aliens to remain in our country.

Gouverneur Morris, one of the Pennsylvania delegation, with Benjamin Franklin, at the Constitutional Convention, is said to have declared, “Every society from a great nation down to a club had the right of declaring the conditions on which new members should be admitted; there can be room for no complaint.” As part of those conditions, we require all those who come here on visas to leave by a certain time or apply for an extension, and we require anyone coming to the border for asylum status to show up for a court date. But if we do not enforce those provisions by deporting violators, our laws are a joke and we have no dominion over our territory. Now, two more lives have been taken by senseless illegal alien murders, all because we no longer appreciate the foundational principle of sovereignty as expressed by Morris, the primary author of the actual prose of the Constitution.

By Lawrence Richard - February 23, 2019

A synthetic opioid is now considered to be the most lethal pain killer in the country.

According to a Fox News report, Fentanyl has been involved “more than any drug in the majority of overdose deaths in 2016.” This is the first time a drug has topped heroin for the most lethal top spot in more than four years.

The Drug Enforcement Administration reports Fentanyl is 80-100 times stronger than morphine and commonly used for pain management.

Daniel Horowitz · February 20, 2019

Organized crime cannot exist without political protection. That is an old law enforcement adage you can take to the bank when studying the nexus of illegal immigration and drug trafficking. Both are among the highest-profile, most visible, and most preventable forms of crime — if our politicians actually wanted them stopped. Meanwhile, the media is continuing to distract people by debating how much of the actual drug product comes in between points of entry, as opposed to at points of entry, rather than focusing on the people who actually organize, produce, and traffic the drugs and the politicians who protect them.Our country is no longer facing a simple drug crisis, it is facing a chemical warfare crisis from Mexican cartels and the illegal aliens who peddle the drugs, usually coming in between points of entry. First it was the fentanyl-laced heroin, then it was the bizarre mix of meth or cocaine with fentanyl (an opioid with a psychostimulant); now they are marketing fake blue “Mexican oxy” pills that kids take for a “buzz” but all too often are found dead because they are really mixed with fentanyl to varying degrees.