We ought to be more concerned about our border
agents who were put in harm's way, who are shot at by these drug dealers than we are about the civil rights of the drug smugglers.
They are going to give one point of view, and nobody is going to counter that point of view,'' said Enrique Morones, director of Border
Angels, a humanitarian group.
stretches about 2,000 miles between San Diego, California, and Brownsville, Texas.
The center will expand existing efforts to train Mexican researchers, assist in technology transfer, conduct collaborative research, and help border
communities apply that research to improve environmental health within the border
With increased migration in Cochise County, the Border
Patrol's response has been to beef up the presence of agents in towns like Douglas, which has again pushed the migrants to cross even more obscure and dangerous terrain, as evidenced by the ballooning migrant deaths along the Arizona border
in recent years.
will jointly offer expedited customs clearance processes to pre-authorized drivers, carriers, and importers at the following major border
crossings: Detroit, Mich.
The author counterbalances the denunciation of these tragedies with a clear vision of hope: that the economic growth generated by Nafta will improve the quality of life on the border
and in Mexico in general, and that the U.
However deadly they may be proving to migrants, the new fences have so far proved at least statistical successes in reducing the number of illegal crossings in border
Rotella calls the border
a "magical place," but he just doesn't give the reader enough to know what he means.
The recent nosedive of the Mexican economy has made things worse, as trade has fallen off and many businesses along the border
He added: "Ongoing bilateral initiatives--such as the 'smart border
' programs with both Mexico and Canada--will be incorporated into this broader framework, giving greater cohesion to our overall border