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Walls Define What They Surround

Walls designed to keep people in an area define prisons. Some examples of this type of wall are: North Korea The Berlin Wall The Iron Curtain Cuba Federal Prisons County jails The former USSR Walls designed to keep people out are protecting something of value. Some examples of this type of wall are: John Kerry’s mansion The Kennedy compound The Clinton ...

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Game Company Buys Land on Border to Stop the Wall

The makers of the definitely-not-for-children card game Cards Against Humanity have gone full-on screaming at the moon batshit crazy by buying a useless plot of land on the U.S. southern border in the hopes of stopping America from building the wall. “We’ve purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specializing in eminent domain to ...

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Border Patrol Says that new wall infrastructure “would be greatly appreciated”

Border Patrol wall test

A Border Patrol officer explains the evaluation process for the new border wall test models. All of them will make it harder for illegal aliens to cross the border and as he says “the new infrastructure … would be greatly appreciated.” Hard to climb, but look good from the US side: Prototypes of a border wall are being tested in ...

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Trump: Without the wall, there is no deal [video]

Trump wall required for DACA

President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that building the wall would have to be included in any deal on DACA. “If there’s not a wall, were doing nothing.,” Trump said indicating that Democrats, if they want DACA enshrined into law, will need to agree to fund the border barrier. [email protected]: “We have to have the wall. If we don’t have ...

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Both parties collude to remove budgetary spending caps

U.S._Total_Deficits_vs._National_Debt_Increases_2001-2010

A $790 billion national security bill that included money for the southern border wall passed the House of Representatives on Thursday that is likely to die in the Senate. Welcome to the swamp. A package of four appropriations bills covering national defense, homeland security, energy, and money for the veterans affairs also included $1.6 billion for the wall on the ...

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Build the Wall [Video]

Build the Wall video

Can America solve its illegal immigration problem both justly and humanely? Yes, but it requires first building a border wall. Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Charles Krauthammer explains why.

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White House: President “achieving real results on illegal immigration”

U.S. Mexico border barrier

U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported Wednesday that they have seen a sharp decline in the number of individuals apprehended or deemed inadmissible along the U.S. southern border. “Today’s announcement of the dramatic drop in illegal southern border apprehensions demonstrates that the Presidents commitment to securing our border and supporting law enforcement is already showing results,” White House Press Secretary Sean ...

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Democrats Threaten Government Shutdown to Stop Trump

Chuck Schumer

Congressional Democrats are threatening to shut down the government to continue their war on President Trump’s agenda. Shuttering all non-critical functions of the government is a drastic measure typically used by the minority party as the only way to shape policy. Senior senate democrats wrote a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran that ...

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White House Spokesman: President Looking at 20% Tax on Mexican Imports to Pay for Wall

U.S. Mexico border barrier

White House Spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters on Thursday that President Donald Trump is considering a 20% tax on imports from Mexico to pay for the Southern U.S. border wall. Mr. Spicer explained that the tax would likely appear in a full tax reform package according to Bloomberg. The announcement came just hours after Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto canceled ...

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AP gets confused about Trump and Nieto’s discussion on ‘The Wall’

AP says Trump never discussed border wall

The Associated Press has journalists that are struggling with some basic journalistic questions – if vs. how. To report a story as fact, you want to have facts that establish IF a thing has happened and HOW that thing happened. When you can’t tell the difference between those two questions, you get a very sad sounding tweet like this: BREAKING: ...

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