Biden Administration

William Penn founded Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. But the Biden administration was going to cancel Penn by removing his statue from a park. See my blog entry explaining that here. But then, suddenly, the cancellation has, thankfully, been cancelled. See the National Park Service announcement about that here. So Penn’s statue stays in the park. Allan […]

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The Biden administration, keen on bringing in migrants by hook or by crook, is setting up processing centers in Latin America. But even these centers are being criticized for not being fast enough and not getting applicants onto U.S. soil as fast as possible. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan […]

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This installment of Said in Spanish has 9 items: 1. Alicia Barcena visits D.C. 2. Ken Salazar on the Buoys 3. Mexican Presidential Candidate Promotes Dual Citizenship in New York City 4. From January to July, 6 million illegals entered Mexico 5. Biden Administration Donates Vehicles to Mexico’s Grupo Beta 6. Nine-year old girl rescued […]

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Several Supreme Court decisions handed down in June that didn’t really changed anything on the border: 1. Pugin v. Garland/Garland v. Cordero-Garcia 2. United States v. Hansen 3. United States v. Texas For the entire blog entry click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published July 3rd, 2023, on Border Hawk Blog.

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Allan on September 15th, 2022

The border between the U.S.A. and Mexico is 1,954 miles long. It’s the 10th-longest border in the world, stretching from the Gulf of Mexico in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. It’s the most frequently-crossed border in the world. I’ve crossed the U.S.-Mexico border over 300 times. I’ve crossed it on foot. […]

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This blog entry discusses the latest caravan and what the Biden Administration promised at the Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published June 14th, 2022, on US Incorporated.

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Union Station is a famous historical building in Washington D.C. Built in the early 1900s, it’s an architectural relic of a bygone era. It’s currently a station serving Amtrak and other rail, bus and streetcar lines. In the early hours of January 28, a day after Holocaust Remembrance Day, the station was vandalized by someone […]

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Illegal aliens are being hired to work in America because there are businesses willing to employ them. That’s common sense. So if we want to reduce illegal immigration, punishing the employers of illegal aliens has to be part of the solution. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw an article about the Biden administration’s Department […]

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Remember when a federal judge would rule against a Trump administration immigration order? Well, now it’s happened to the Biden administration, in office only since January 20th. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 28th, 2021, in US Incorporated.

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