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The surge of illegal immigrants at the U.S. southwest border should sound the alarm for the President and Congress to lead an international rescue mission to confront murderous narco-traffickers and street gangsters who threaten U.S. security along with the lives and livelihood of millions of Central Americans.
The United States of America is under attack.
Wesley Pruden's "A deadly enemy within exacerbating immigration crisis" (Web, July 21) suggests that much of the immigration crisis is a result of the war on drugs. With respect, I believe that is a mistaken view.
Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Votel, the nominee to lead the U.S. Special Operations Command, recently said the United States must maintain "situational awareness, resolution and reach" in countering terrorism.
In his message for the Mexico-Holy See Colloquium on Migration and Development Pope Francis called for a change in the way migrants are viewed, giving particular emphasis to unaccompanied children.
Not even a week after it was offered, President Obama's $3.7 billion plan to deal with the growing crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border appears all but dead, with Republican lawmakers Sunday decrying the administration's "blank check" proposal and instead calling for a more targeted response centered on greater border security.
The Mexican judge who heard Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi's case denied him freedom and ordered him back to jail, in a ruling that was handed down in the early Thursday morning hours.
Liberals condemn open-borders resisters while insulated from the risks and dangers
The place where American military forces are most needed is neither Iraq nor Afghanistan, but on our overrun border with Mexico.