#Border Wall

South Texas Private Border Could Collapse, Government Hides Report Warning

A private border wall built along the Rio Grande in South Texas could collapse during severe flooding, but the government tried to keep it hidden for more than a year. Arcadis, a global engineering firm, confirms the previous reporting from ProPublica and The Texas Tribune. Does Not Meet Building Code...
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Two-Thirds of Americans Support Border Wall to Stop Illegal Immigration

Arecent survey shows that a growing majority of Americans are in support of a wall to limit the number of illegal migrants coming into the country. Rasmussen Reports along with NumbersUSA conducted a study in which they found that 67% of Americans support a wall to help limit the number of migrants coming into the country illegally.

Foes Line Up Against Ducey’s Container Wall

The state of Arizona is transporting shipping containers to the U.S.-Mexico border for the purpose of filling gaps in the border wall. Governor Doug Ducey claims the U. S. government has been slow to implement its plans to fill the gaps, so in order to protect the citizens of Arizona he is stepping in with a temporary solution. The Governor has been pushing the project, most likely in violation of federal law and despite warnings from the Coronado National Forest and the Bureau of Reclamation.

Poll : 67% of Americans support border wall

A sizeable majority of people who voted in the 2022 midterm elections back measures to quash illegal immigration, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports and NumbersUSA survey. The poll found that 67% of voters endorsed a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, and 69% support the E-Verify national system that would...

Poll Reveals Two-Thirds of Americans Support Border Wall

A Rasmussen Reports and NumbersUSA survey suggests 67% of American voters desire a border wall between the United States and Mexico. 69% of voters also support the E-Verify system that would punish those who hire illegal immigrants. Survey results concluded that voters prefer ending “family-chain migration,” or policies that allow legal immigrants to bring their immediate family to the United States.

DOJ tried to hide report warning that Texas border wall could collapse

A private border wall built along the Rio Grande in South Texas could collapse during extreme flooding, according to a federally commissioned inspection report that the government sought to keep secret for more than a year. The 404-page report, produced by the global engineering firm Arcadis, confirms previous reporting from...

LIVE BLOG: ‘Journey for Justice’

(Border Report) — Human rights advocates from across the country are highlighting what they call injustices along the Southwest border and will caravan along its entire 2,000-mile length beginning this week in the South Texas border city of Brownsville. The “Journey for Justice” border tour starts on the evening...

Forest officials warn visitors about shipping container wall at Arizona border

PHOENIX – Officials are warning Coronado National Forest visitors about potential safety hazards related to shipping container border wall construction in southern Arizona. “We’re really concerned about just making sure that visitors know that there is this border wall activity occurring … and we want people to stay away from that,” Starr Farrell of the National Forest Service told KTAR News 92.3 FM on Wednesday.

Breaking down the walls

Xi-Biden meeting offers positive signals, but US needs to show good-neighborliness on the ground. In 1914, Robert Frost wrote in his poem Mending Wall that “good fences make good neighbors”. There was a ritual in rural New England that every spring, neighbors would meet to rebuild a stone wall between their properties. Frost, over the course of the poem, questions the purpose of borders between people. And it seems fitting to ask the same questions on the relations between China and the United States, as well as the future of our world.