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Border Security

bordersecurity400x400The protection of our homeland is the cornerstone of our policy. We believe in strong borders and immigration reform which provides a pathway to citizenship to those who arrive in our country legally. We advocate for a strong military which receives appropriate funding to recruit the best and the brightest to serve in our military branches including the Army, The Navy, The Airforce, and the newly minted Space Force. We adhere to a policy that honors and supports our retired veterans and their families. We support the fortification of our electronic borders through cyber security

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France: Can Éric Zemmour Be The Next President?

France: Can Éric Zemmour Be The Next President? Authored by Yves Mamou via The Gatestone Institute, The Financial Times calls him “the extreme right-winger“. For the New York Times he is the “right wing pundit“. For Die Zeit, he is “the man who divides France“… Eric Zemmour, journalist and essayist, is not (yet) an official candidate for the French presidency, but because of his popularity, France is already living at election time. The presidential elections will take place in about 200 days, but not a week goes by without a poll propelling Éric Zemmour higher and higher in the voter projections for 2022. A Harris Interactive poll published by Challenges magazine on October 6 puts him at 17%, ahead of Marine Le Pen, the candidate of the National Rally party (at 15%, having slipped by 13 points since the summer). Zemmour still remains behind incumbent President Emmanuel Macron, projected at 24%. But for how long? Seen from abroad, a projected vote tally of 17% for Zemmour may seem low. But in France, the presidential election is a two round competition. The polls quoted here concern the first round only, where there may be 25 candidates in the race. Consequently, first round voting intentions are necessarily fragmented. If the elections were held next week, the only two candidates at the second round would be Marcon and Zemmour. “Never before have we seen such a meteoric rise in such a short time, insists Jean-Daniel Lévy, deputy director of the poll company Harris Interactive. “We are witnessing the collapse of the very heart of the electorate” of Marine Le Pen. Who is Eric Zemmour? He is the man who broke through the glass ceiling to insert into the media discussion topics such as “immigration” and “jihad” — which no one had ever dared to talk about publicly. He is a man who embodies the fear

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Texas Border Region Pushes State to Do More Against Illegal Immigration

UVALDE, Texas—A trio of small border locales have banded together in a bid to compel the state of Texas to provide the resources they need to secure their citizens against an unprecedented flow of illegal alien traffic. Officials from Uvalde County, the city of Uvalde, and Kinney County formed a subregional planning commission on Aug. 2 under a unique Texas statute that gives small entities the teeth to force state agencies to the table to solve problems. Tens of thousands of illegal immigrants pass through the area—via car or train, or on foot—to get from the border cities of Del Rio and Eagle Pass to San Antonio. The counties have declared themselves in a perpetual state of disaster since April. Two officials from the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) attended the commission’s first meeting on Oct. 21. Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, tasked TDEM with providing resources to beleaguered …

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“Tell Biden We Are Coming”: ‘Mother Of All Caravans’ Headed Towards Texas

“Tell Biden We Are Coming”: ‘Mother Of All Caravans’ Headed Towards Texas Texas is bracing for a surge of approximately 3,000 migrants – including some 250 children – making the northward trek from Central America through Mexico. While most of the group is from Central America, they are joined by South Americans, Africans and Haitians. Photo: Reuters The latest caravan, known as “Madre Caravana” or “Mother Caravan,” is stopped along a highway in Huehuetán, a city in the southern state of Chiapas as the weather topped 89 degrees, according to the Daily Mail. In response, a unit of 1,000 state police officers and Texas Rangers have been deployed to areas along the state’s 1,241 miles of border with Mexico, and is preparing to repel the influx of migrants. Last month, Texas state law enforcement agents were able to prevent approximately 15,000 mostly-Haitian migrants from crossing the US-Mexico border. “The Texas Department of Public Safety [DPS] is committed to securing our southern border under the direction of Texas Governor Greg Abbott and has deployed around one-thousand Troopers, Special Agents and Texas Rangers as part of Operation Lone Star (OLS),” as spokesperson told the Daily Mail on Monday. “While the department does not discuss operational specifics, we continue to monitor the situation as it unfolds in order to make real-time decisions and will adjust operations as necessary.” A U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CPB) spokesperson told DailyMail.com that the agency ‘plans for all possible scenarios based off information on the operations of smugglers or movements of migrants.  ‘Our posture and response are based on comprehensive analysis, and not on any single report.  ‘CBP stands ready to address any potential increase in migrant encounters as we work to ensure safety and security of our borders, while managing a fair and orderly immigration system.’ 

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