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Border Crisis and Cages: Democrats or Republicans? We know!
July 14, 2019 International Affairs,Latest,News,Trump,White House Rey Torres

Legitimately concerned by an increasing border crisis, the Trump administration is asking for Congress to pass legislation on comprehensive immigration reform. However, not including the multiple times Democrats have voted against any border relief funds to address the crisis, two Republican-led bills presented were overwhelmingly defeated this past year with a 100% vote against the
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Nevada’s Day of Redress of Grievances
April 5, 2019 Local Politics,News Rosanna Gonzales

Nevada’s Day of Redress of Grievances Rosanna Gonzales April 5th, 2019   Nevada – American Patriots came out wearing their MAGA hats along with pro-American gear, ready to address the specific issues of securing American borders. Nevada patriots gathered at 8:30 am Saturday and took a stand against sanctuary cities and sanctuary states. They came
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Op-Ed: Honoring Immigration and National Security, Separately
March 19, 2019 Local Politics,News,Op-Ed Javier Castro

Op-Ed: Honoring Immigration and National Security, Separately Javi Castro March 19, 2019 Our recent southern border crisis has triggered mass hysteria regarding our current national security and immigration policies. As an immigrant myself and a person who studied national security at a top-rated criminal justice college, I feel comfortable shedding some light into the apparent
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How Mexican Drug money can pay for our wall
January 22, 2019 Latest,Local Politics,News Javier Castro

How Mexican Drug money can pay for our wall By Javi Castro As the historic and lengthy government shutdown surpasses one month of hostage negotiations, a brave senator from Texas claims he has the solution. In fact, he had the solution two years ago. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) just reintroduced EL CHAPO ACT (S.25) (Ensuring
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