Somewhat less than a mile of border fence is built near El Paso. In my opinion, what a private landowner does on their own property is mostly their own business. However, it will be interesting to see if it is … Continue reading →
A story about remote villages near Candelaria where nearest official crossing is 90 miles away and nearest US hospital is an hour away
In 2018, Congress agreed to 1.57 billion of funding for a border wall. In total 1.7 miles of new wall has been built.
Trump seems to be trying to boost a particular company to build a wall.
Rather than talking about putting up a fence, why don’t we work out some recognition of our mutual problems? Make it possible for them to come here legally with a work permit, and then, while they’re working and earning here, … Continue reading →
I don’t see how you could build a physical border wall that’s more difficult to cross through than this landscape.
Meals that were otherwise being prepared to send to Honduras and Guatemala now also delivered in Las Cruces
The fifth migrant death in the last half year Also a death in Southern New Mexico
Some folks aren’t happy with fuss over the border and impacts on trade. Opportunity is staring right at us and we’re focused on slowing down, not increasing, trade. Again, what exactly are we doing?” Stop looking at the border as … Continue reading →
Axios has an interesting chart plotting those born outside the US by country of birth A few aspects jumped out at me from standpoint of looking as chart A shift to Asia at least as much as Latin America An … Continue reading →