Today's Obama immigration speech in El Paso was no different. Sure, there were a few new points like him falsely implying that the Republicans want to build a "moat" along the border. However, he used the same tired and misleading talking points that he's used before and that Bush, Tamar Jacoby, Frank Sharry, and dozens of other hacks have used.
So, to save time, a link to a transcript of...
... border states: San Diego, Phoenix, El Paso and Austin, according to a new FBI report. And an in-house Customs and Border Protection report shows that Border Patrol agents face far less danger than street cops in most U.S. cities.
1. Its about 236 miles from Austin to the nearest major Mexican city (Nuevo Laredo). San Antonio is closer to the border, and it's a larger city. Considering that their...
... Press offers this report from El Paso, Texas:
U.S. airport officials and border agents waved people through Monday with little or no additional screening for Mexico’s deadly swine flu - a far more muted reaction than the extreme caution elsewhere around the world.
At the main pedestrian border crossing between El Paso and Mexico’s Ciudad Juarez, a handful of people wore protective masks and...
"D.C. hears El Pasoan's ideas about reforms"
January 15, 2007
by Louie Gilot
El Paso Times
Article offers profile of Fernando Garcia of El Paso, executive director of Border Network for Human Rights. The groups was formerly called the Border Rights Coalition and the Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project. They appear to operate in Arizona and California...