Does the current enforcement (or lack thereof) of existing immigration laws lay the groundwork for This entry was posted in News and tagged illegal aliens, national security, military, IRS, illegal immigrants, economic collapse, border security on April 15, 2015 .
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Posted on April 15, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Posted on February 18, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
ISIS recently threatened to behead President Obama inside the White House. Few would disagree that Islamic State fighters pose a threat to Americans and all Westerners, but ISIS appears to have long range plans to make American and Europe part of its caliphate.
Indoctrinating teenagers, children, and even babies through parenting booklets for ISIS mothers, training sessions for "ISIS lion cubs" and even ISIS video games illustrate the group's skilled use of technology for recru... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 1, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
ISIS militants may already be inside America. Concerns about homeland terrorism on soft targets by small groups of Islamic State militants will likely increase as the Christmas season nears and millions of Americans will be participating in large religious gatherings and converging on the local mall.
President Obama recently placed the blame for the ISIS threats at the feet of the national intelligence community, sparking backlash from the agents and officials who offer presidential briefings regularly. According to the Government Accountability Institute, President Oba... Continue Reading →
Posted on August 13, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Border security is a national security issue. Without a secure border there is no way to know who is entering the United States. Border Patrol agents have noted that along with the 65,000 illegal immigrants who have crossed the border from Central American and Mexico this year, individuals from the Middle East, China, and Africa have also been encountered.
If thousands of women and children can endure "The Beast" Mexican train which has brought loads of illegal immigrants to the Texas border, or the rugged terrain and raft rides some coyotes use to ferry people to the U... Continue Reading →