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Jan 29

American City Overwhelmed by Asylum Seekers–in Maine

We usually expect cities in the southern parts of the U.S. to face the greatest challenges from large influxes of foreign asylum seekers. It turns out that’s not always the case. The largest city in Maine, Portland, can be added to the list of asylum-impacted American cities. Due to unusually immigrant-friendly policies of the leftist …

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Jan 28

Nearly Abandoned Town under Siege in New Mexico

A couple of days ago, we reported about a illegal alien with a flesh-eating virus who had been detained in a  remote part of southwestern New Mexico. This individual, still unnamed, was part of a group of 300 migrants taken into custody by the Border Patrol on Thursday, January  24. As a follow-up to that …

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Jan 27

Undocumented El Salvadoran Immigrant Murders Four in Nevada

An illegal alien from El Salvador has now confessed to murdering four persons in a Reno, Nevada, killing spree.                 Wilber Ernesto Martinez-Guzman, 19, a native of El Salvador who has been in this country illegally for at least a year, has been charged with the murder of …

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Jan 26

Illegal Alien with Flesh-Eating Virus Detained at Border

Coming on the heels of a World Health Organization report supposedly rebuking President’s Trump’s warning about migrant-borne disease, we have this report:  A migrant in New Mexico has been diagnosed with a flesh-eating virus. According to Border Patrol officials, the unidentified man whose home country was not disclosed will require extensive medical treatment. He was detained Thursday along …

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Jan 25

Asylum Seekers in Mexico to Remain There While Cases Heard

The Department of Homeland Security has announced a new policy involving asylum seekers presenting themselves at our southern border. Dubbed the “Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP),” the new policy calls for would-be asylees to remain in Mexico while their cases are evaluated.  It will be first implemented, perhaps as early as today, at the San Ysidro port …

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Jan 24

New policy in Mexico Is Encouraging Migrants

The more tolerant, even supportive, policy toward Central American migrants of the new Mexican federal government is encouraging a trend that had already reached alarming proportions.  Migrants from the south are now freely being granted visas to work in Mexico while en route to a hoped-for destination somewhere in the United States. “If word gets …

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Jan 23

Waves of caravans rising

We are again in a phase of continual exodus of migrant caravans from Central America. As reported here, the caravan of Hondurans that departed that country on January 14, now grown to 1500, is now proceeding, unhindered by Mexican authorities, through the Mexican state of Oaxaca. A second group of Central Americans, fully 5600 strong, …

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Jan 22

Tijuana Wonders How Many Migrants It Can Take

With Tijuana, Mexico, the last destination inside Mexico for most Central American migrants, the city has become a bottleneck of would-be immigrants and refugees.  While some of last fall’s caravan members, finding themselves unable to cross into the United States, have returned to their homes in Honduras and elsewhere, many remain, in Tijuana’s crowded shelters.  …

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Jan 21

Caravan with some recently deported marches on, while yet another sets out

The Central American caravan that left Honduras on January 14, now some 2000 strong, continues its march–by bus and on foot–through southern Mexico.  The Mexican government appears resigned to their presence, offering them temporary asylum as long as they are “orderly.”  Among the throng, reporters have talked with various would-be returnees, who have already been …

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Jan 18

Latest caravan now in Mexico

Most of the Honduran caravan of migrants, totaling 1800, have crossed into Mexico.  The new Mexican government has apparently adopted a policy of acquiescence, distributing identification armbands to each migrant and permitting peaceful entrance over the same bridge where last October’s caravan met (futile) resistance.             For more, see “New …

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