The items posted in this column are provided by George Taylor, a retired Border Patrol agent.
Daniel Horowitz · November 26, 2018
No court can ever force the president to allow any alien to enter the country. No such lawsuit could ever have legitimate standing, and no such decision could have any constitutional moorings. If we don’t understand that, we are no longer a sovereign Republic.
Monday night, Jon Tigar, an Obama-appointed judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, a forum chosen by the ACLU, penned what is essentially an op-ed expressing his desire that Trump’s order on asylum be temporarily enjoined. His desire is just as binding as my desire to place an injunction on all liberals from running for office. He has no jurisdiction over immigration, has no jurisdiction over national security, has no jurisdiction over the border, violated endless settled law, violated Article II powers, violated Article I delegated authority, and broke every sane ruling on Article III standing that differentiates a court from a legislature.
Home Fentanyl Fears Grow Across Arizona As More Teens Overdose
November 6, 2018
The release of recent information has shown that more people are overdosing on fentanyl than heroine for the first time in Arizona’s history. It has also been found that there is an increase in the number of teens that have the drug in their system.
Never before has Dr. Rahul Chawla seen so many teenagers brought to his emergency room as a result of overdosing. Chawla is a pediatrician at Banner Thunderbird's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
John C. Eastman
John Eastman is the Henry Salvatori Professor of Law and Community Service, and former Dean, at Chapman University’s Fowler School of Law. He is also the founding director of the Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence.
The question of whether birthright citizenship should be abolished is based on the faulty premise that our Constitution actually mandates it. In fact, the text of the 14th Amendment’s citizenship clause reads: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”
Here is the motherload of information as to why the asylum invasion is not only a fraud, it is the polar opposite of asylum. 1)Violence and poverty in a homogenous region is not asylum. 2) although these are violent countries, violence is actually down sharply as migration rises. There is a perfect inverse relationship between the timing and the countries of origin relative to migration trends 3) because it is violent we are actually bringing in the violence to our country and hurting even the peaceful illegals.
Daniel Horowitz · October 26, 2018
The lynchpin of our border crisis is not a lack of border enforcement but a lack of legal enforcement. It all boils down to the invasion under the guise of asylum backed by lawfare. But is there really anything wrong with the way the asylum laws are written or is there something wrong with the brains of our political class applying a law for the exact opposite situation it was intended to address? In the case of the Central American invasion since 2014, it’s a lot more of the latter.
Daniel Horowitz · October 24, 2018
“I will not hesitate to use every legal tool available to challenge these policies in court. … May a thousand litigation flowers bloom.” ~ Karen Tumlin of the National Immigration Law Center.
A border wall can stop a physical invasion but it can’t stop an invasion of 1,000 lawsuits. Unless we stop the bogus asylum policies and end all cross-border migration in a legal sense, no amount of border security or infrastructure will help. Thankfully, the president appears to understand this.
UPDATE: NOW OVER TWO MILES LONG! Caravan Swells to Well Over 7,200; Mexico Police Stand Down as Illegal Migrants March to US
(Update at end) The illegal migrant caravan is sweeping through Chiapas in southern Mexico on Sunday, their numbers having jumped to over 7,000 overnight from just a few thousand as it became apparent the caravan would not be stopped by Mexico. After blocking the migrants on a bridge Friday, Mexican officials allowed the migrants to swim and raft across the Suchiate River from Guatemala into Mexico Saturday and then regroup in a riverside park. Mexico also allowed over 600 women and children to legally enter for processing on Saturday.
Imparables el gigantesco tren humano de la caravana de #Migrantes ya caminaron 20 kilómetros bajo intenso sol en la carretera fronteriza, con destino al primer punto en la ruta #Tapachula @AztecaNoticias @JPSolisM
— Pedro Gerardo lopez (@pedrogerardo26) 8:50 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Reports from the caravan state that on two occasions Mexican federal police stood in formation to meet the caravan as the migrants staged a massive march up a highway. As the migrants approached both times the Mexican police stood down and let them pass. A Mexican official was reported to have said they can’t stop 7,200 people.
Kate Linthicum with the Los Angeles Times reported on the two failed attempts to stop the caravan Sunday: “I’m only just realizing the massive scale of this caravan as they march north into Mexico. It’s several thousand people. Just look…A group of immigration agents stopped the caravan to ask them to apply for asylum in Mexico. The caravan blew past them…The caravan just swept past a large contingent of Mexican federal police, who didn’t do anything to stop them…”
I’m only just realizing the massive scale of this caravan as they march north into Mexico. It’s several thousand people. Just look.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 7:14 AM - Oct 21, 2018
A group of immigration agents stopped the caravan to ask them to apply for asylum in Mexico. The caravan blew past them.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 7:57 AM - Oct 21, 2018
The caravan just swept past a large contingent of Mexican federal police, who didn’t do anything to stop them.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 8:00 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Mexican police under orders to block the caravan, are massed in the only road heading north from the border.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 9:47 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Moments later, hundreds of police returned to their busses. All day, they have blocked the road, then retreated. “There’s no plan,” one says
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 9:51 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Buzzfeed’s Karla Zabbs reported the increased numbers in the caravan cited by Mexican authorities, “Federal Migration Commissioner: ppl will be taken to a shelter and won’t be able to leave the state of Chiapas till their visas are processed (but impossible to stop 7,200+ ppl).” (Zabbs also took a cheap shot at President Trump: “Wish you could feel heat through Twitter. Everyone looks like they just walked out of the shower (87F and a sun that feels as vicious as Trump).”) :
MIGRANT CARAVAN: They’ve started walking up on the highway in Chiapas, southern Mexico. Officials say it’s more than 7,200 people.
— KarlaZabs (@karlazabs) 5:45 AM - Oct 21, 2018
— KarlaZabs (@karlazabs) 7:10 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Federal Migration Commissioner: ppl will be taken to a shelter and won’t be able to leave the state of Chiapas till their visas are processed (but impossible to stop 7,200+ ppl).
— KarlaZabs (@karlazabs) 7:58 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Riot police tell me they’ve been ordered to stop the caravan. There are more than 100 of them.
— KarlaZabs (@karlazabs) 9:47 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Reporter James Fredrick, “Federal police commission just said their presence here is to give “safe and orderly passage to shelters in Tapachula”. So why the 200 officers in Riot gear? No answer. The #caravanamigrantes continues”
Federal police commission just said their presence here is to give “safe and orderly passage to shelters in Tapachula”. So why the 200 officers in Riot gear? No answer. The #caravanamigrantes continues
— James Fredrick (@jameslfredrick) 10:03 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Fredrick added some observations on how Mexico is handling the migrant caravan, “The caravan is well over 5,000 people. Mexico’s refugee agency processed 4,475 asylum requests in all of 2017. Does Mexico really think it’s going to try to process all these people through asylum system?”…”Very strange situation with police and #CaravanaDelMigrante. On the border, they aggressively blocked bridge while watching caravan cross river. This morning, hundreds set up in highway to block caravan…then left. Feels like they hope Trump is only seeing certain images”
Very strange situation with police and #CaravanaDelMigrante. On the border, they aggressively blocked bridge while watching caravan cross river. This morning, hundreds set up in highway to block caravan...then left. Feels like they hope Trump is only seeing certain images
— James Fredrick (@jameslfredrick) 7:15 AM - Oct 21, 2018
The caravan is well over 5,000 people. Mexico’s refugee agency processed 4,475 asylum requests in all of 2017. Does Mexico really think it’s going to try to process all these people through asylum system?
— James Fredrick (@jameslfredrick) 8:10 AM - Oct 21, 2018
Police helicopter has been circling #caravanamigrantes all day. Several surveillance trucks. Hundreds of officers. Federal police commissioner says they’re there to give “safe and orderly passage” to shelters in Tapachula.
— James Fredrick (@jameslfredrick) 10:21 AM - Oct 21, 2018
UPDATE: Kate Linthicum reports the caravan is over two miles long, “The caravan is more than two miles long. People near the end are stumbling. It’s 23 miles to Tapachula and it’s so hot — 90 degrees — today…I’ve waited an hour on the side of the road to see the end of the caravan. People are still coming. This is a humanitarian crisis.”
The caravan is more than two miles long. People near the end are stumbling. It’s 23 miles to Tapachula and it’s so hot — 90 degrees — today.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 11:11 AM - Oct 21, 2018
I’ve waited an hour on the side of the road to see the end of the caravan. People are still coming. This is a humanitarian crisis.
— Kate Linthicum (@katelinthicum) 11:19 AM - Oct 21, 2018
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Zack Taylor, Chairman and Border Security Expert for the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers( NAFBO) will present ““How to Connect the Dots concerning Border Insecurity, Politics and the Opioid Crisis in America” during the ACT Cleveland meeting via Zoom, at 7:30 EST, Mon., Oct 22, 5:30 p.m. MDT. You can watch from your home, computer, tabet or smartphone at no charge. Sign up to watch at email@example.com . The purpose of NAFBPO is to educate Americans concerning Immigration and advocate for policies beneficial to America and speak against policies that are not beneficial to America. Taylor’s specialty as Game Warden and Border Patrol Officer was real time intelligence. Sometimes referred to as connecting the dots but doing it as things are happening.