Category Archives: us customs and border protection

Bean bag rounds were used by Border Patrol before Agent Terry’s murder feds admit

The truth is beginning to come out regarding Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry’s murder. After first denying that the Border Patrol agents who confronted the border bandits in Peck Canyon near Rio Rico used bean bag rounds initially, now the … Continue reading

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The truth about Roger Barnett…another side of the story

Roger Barnett is the Cochise County rancher who was hit with a damage judgment for holding undocumented aliens at gunpoint on his ranch. The media has portrayed Barnett as an evil person violating the civil rights of undocumented aliens. But … Continue reading

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CBS News reports on ATF scandal…was Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry murdered by a gun being tracked by ATF?

CBS News has done its own investigation into allegations that ATF looked the other way and allowed guns to end up in the hands of the border bandits that murdered Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry. Gunrunning scandal uncovered at the … Continue reading

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DHS chief Napolitano living in a fantasy land about border security

Leo Banks is one of the best reporters out there covering our border issues. Here’s his latest article about how Janet Napolitan is living in a fantasy land about border security… Napolitano Goes on Offense By Leo W. Banks ….For … Continue reading

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The difficulty of securing the border

Many people are demanding we “secure the border” before going forward with immigration reform. Including me. However, one needs to understand the difficulty of actually “securing the border” to the point that is a significant reduction in illegal entry of … Continue reading

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Why isn’t the border secure?

Alan Bersin, Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently said completely sealing the international line is unrealistic. Monday September 6th I gave a tour of the border to a couple of journalists from the Finnish television network. Why would … Continue reading

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Dear Janet Napolitano…come down and visit the border without your guides from the Border Patrol and see what’s really going on

Cherlyn Strong lives south of Patagonia a few miles north of the Border. She has a stunning article in the Citizen Saturday about her experiences on the border. Ed Ashurst lives north of the border over in Cochise County. I … Continue reading

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