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Democrats Have Already Started The Second Civil War

The FBI defines domestic terrorism as events that appear intended to "intimidate or coerce a civilian population" or "influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion." If that is not what the Left has been engaged in with increasing ferocity, especially over the past two weeks, then “intimidation and coercion” have lost their meaning.

Mexico — What Went Wrong?

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

The United States has many enemies in the world, but it is hard to find one that deliberately is trying to undermine U.S. law by exporting its own citizens to change the demographic and politics of its supposed ally. It is almost impossible to find enemies that can so carefully extract billions of dollars in remittances and surpluses from the U.S. economy. Most enemies do not send as many human traffickers and drugs into the U.S. as does Mexico. And does an Iran or North Korea boast that it has the right to violate U.S. law, interfere in the domestic politics of America, and vow that it will continue to do so as it pleases?

The Left’s Next Step Is Open Violence Against Conservatives

Unless Democrats and the cultural and political leadership of the Left come out firmly against mob violence this dangerous situation is only going to escalate. A good start would be a congressional censure of Rep. Waters, but unambiguous statements from Left-leaning cultural and media leaders, like The Washington Post, that political violence is not to be tolerated are also needed.

Border Patrol Opposes Border Bill: 'Window Dressing'

Craig Bannister, Media Research Center

The National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents more than 16,500 border patrol agents, opposes the House border security bill (H.R. 399) because it is mere “window dressing” - joining the immigration officers' union, which called the bill "a global joke."

Border Fight Shifts to GOP Summit

Cristina Marcos, The Hill

Fissures emerged Weds. in the GOP on how to combat Obama’s immigration orders as 26 Repubs. voted against halting delayed deportations for immigrants brought to the country as children.

96% of Illegals With Deportation Orders Can’t Be Found

Natalie Johnson , Daily Signal

96 percent of the more than 4,100 families released on recognizance and ordered deported did not show up to court.

Border Agent: Hard Evidence Terrorists Have Crossed US Border

Edwin Mora, Breitbart

A U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona claims he was privy to classified intelligence that proves terrorists have infiltrated the homeland from Mexico.