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Money, Guns, and Drugs: What's Fueling the Violence in Mexico


March 12, 2009
By Michael Braun
CounterTerrorismBlog.org

Today I testified before the Subcommittee on National Security & Foreign Affairs of the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform on the escalating violence in Mexico. My viewpoint arises from my 34 years in law enforcement ...

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U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter: March 5 - March 11

March 14, 2009

Right Side News reports from the Office of Border Patrol:
Border Patrol agents seized over 25,126 pounds of marijuana valued at $20,099,800, and over 575 pounds of cocaine valued at $18,408,200. Agents arrested 8 criminal aliens and 10 gang members. There were 10 rocking incidents.

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Read more: U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter: March 5 - March 11

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Texas, Utah Continue Push for Tougher Enforcement Legislation

March 14, 2009
FAIRUS.org

On Thursday, February 26, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott issued a legal opinion that concluded that a proposed state law that would suspend the business license of any employer that hires illegal aliens would be constitutional under federal law.  The AG found that ...

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15 Steps to Better Border Security


March 9, 2009 
Reducing America's Southern Exposure
by Jena Baker McNeill
Heritage.org
Backgrounder #2245

One of many concerns raised by the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington is the security of U.S. borders. The Homeland Security Act of 2002 established border ...

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Honduras: Kidnappings and Executions on the Increase

March 11, 2009
M3Report

El Heraldo  (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)  3/10/09
 
*  Two U.S. DEA helicopters intercepted and fired on a light aircraft in far eastern Honduras, causing the pilot's death and the crash of the craft. Local officials seized around 1,000 kilos of cocaine. The plane had ...

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The Fence Fight: It Works, So Don't Finish It

The Fence Fight: It Works, So Don't Finish It
March 11, 2009
American Patrol Report
Lou Dobbs Tonight -- CNN -- March 10
Casey Wian: The construction of 670 miles of new fencing along the nearly 2,000 mile U.S./Mexico border is nearly complete. Physical barriers, roads, cameras and sensors have all forced Mexican drug cartels to change their ...

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Mexico's Catholic Church and President Felipe Calderon Charge U.S. with Corruption

Mexico's Catholic Church and President Felipe Calderon Charge U.S. with Corruption

March 10, 2009

BY Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter.
 
The Catholic Church in Mexico today chimed in and sided with Mexico's President Felipe Calderon on the controversial subject of U.S. government corruption and demanded that the U.S. government have a "change of attitude" ...

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US and Mexico Discuss Joint Combat Operations to Defeat Drug Cartels

March 9, 2009
M3Report
U.S. Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff meets with Mexican Secretary of the Navy to discuss joining forces to combat organized crime

Saturday 3/7/09

El Universal (Mexico City) 3/6/09

The Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, met this morning ...

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US Legislative Immigration Update March 9, 2009

March 2nd, 2009
FAIRUS.org

Right Side News Reports from the Federation for American Immigration Reform In This March 9th Legislative Weekly...

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