President Bush is always talking about securing Iraq's borders
, securing Afghanistan's borders
, but never our borders
Schwarzenegger said he decided to comply with the federal request because he is concerned about border
security, including terrorists, undocumented immigrants and drug smugglers trying to sneak into California.
Arizona is also home to active organizing from groups such as the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Humane Borders
, Derechos Humanos, and the Border
region stretches about 100 kilometers out from either side of the boundary.
of promise had in many places become a border
Acme Packet[R] (NASDAQ: APKT), the leader in session border
control solutions, today announced that it will demonstrate both an IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) compliant decomposed session border
controller (SBC) and the Net-Net[R] SBC's role in a fixed mobile convergence (FMC) solution in the company's booth (#2.
The meeting made clear that the United States is aiming to merge functions with Canada and Mexico and is pushing to allow the citizens from Mexico, Canada, and the United States to cross borders
Ultimately, guardsmen are not ideal for securing the borders
, as they lack police powers and they are sorely needed elsewhere.
Raul Hinojosa, President of No Borders
, states that, "This agreement is very significant to No Borders
in that it provides a targeted and efficient approach to market the No Borders
' bank issued debit cards to remittance sending customers in the United States through direct contact to those credit union members who are remittance beneficiaries.
TNA: You have coauthored a book about our porous borders
with Minutemen founder Jim Gilchrist.
National Alliance fliers designed to coincide with the event were circulated in numerous communities along the Arizona border
Andy Ramirez: Having observed both borders
and spoken with law enforcement officials, the Southern border
is a war zone, while the Northern border
has been completely neglected by both DHS and the administration.
The strategy is designed to combat a traditional first-of-the-year rush of illegal immigrants from Mexico and Central America into the United States and to demonstrate the Clinton administration's commitment to controlling the nation's borders
against drug and immigrant smugglers.
to benefit communities and overseas charitable organizations, with an emphasis in Baja California.
The promise then--by a coalition of Democrat and Republican politicians and their allies--was that in exchange for a one-time amnesty for the millions of illegal aliens already here, they would provide adequate resources and manpower to secure our borders
against the ongoing invasion.