Customs and Border Protection: Alien Children and ‘Family Units’ Apprehended Up 471% in 2014


By: Matt Winkeljohn - The situation at the U.S. – Mexico border is out of control. According to the Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP), the apprehension of illegal children and adults has risen 471 percent since fiscal year 2013.  In just FY 2014, it has risen 100 percent. According to the data posted on the CBP’s website, the number of UACs apprehended as of July 31, or the first 10 months of fiscal year 2014 was 62,998.  This is a 100 percent increase over the number of UACs apprehended in fiscal year 2013 (Oct. 1 through Sept. 30), which totaled 31,491.  Added to that, the number of “family units” apprehended at the border was up 471 percent in fiscal year 2014 so far (62,856) from … Continue reading

Do Gun Laws Stop Gun Crime?

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By: Matt Winkeljohn - According to anti-gun crowd, a mass scale “assault weapons” ban would dramatically reduce gun crime.  This statement, of course, is not backed up by any factual data. According to the F.B.I., in 2012, there was approximately 1,214,462 violent crimes, 8,975,438 property crimes and 12,765 homicides.  While these numbers do not necessarily reflect the number of times a firearm was used in the commission of a crime, they do show that there was a reported 10,202,665 times that “the laws” didn’t stop a crime from being committed. The 1994 assault weapons ban shows a similar result. According to a study by the Jerry Lee Center of Criminology at the University of Pennsylvania, “we cannot clearly credit the ban with any of the nation’s recent drop in … Continue reading

TSA : Inconsistencies, Ineffectiveness And A Drain On Taxpayers


By: Matt Winkeljohn - After the events of September 11, 2001, George Bush signed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act.  This gave life to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which is a division of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The organization was charged with developing policies to protect U.S. transportation, especially in airport security and the prevention of aircraft hijacking.  As many government agencies, this has not only been ineffective, but also proven to be a complete waste of taxpayers money. At the tune of $8 billion per year of taxpayer money, not only hasn’t the TSA ever caught or stopped any terrorist, when it was actually time to do their job, they failed miserably.  These failures have cost taxpayers over $96 billion in the last 12 years. Ineffectiveness As … Continue reading

The “Evil” Gun Lobby : The Real Statistics


By : Matt Winkeljohn -   The NRA and its lobbyists have overpowered the will of the majority of Americans for too long. That is the slogan of a small, fringe anti-gun page called “Stop The NRA.” As usual, there are many wild claims touted by the left and anti-gunners about anyone who opposes their views.  They even go as far as to make claims like, “A vast majority of Americans support expanded gun control measures.”  That statement, of course, being totally fabricated. According to a 2014 poll from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, since the beginning of 2013, there has never been a single month that more Americans supported gun control than opposed it.   This is of course very frustrating to the anti-gun groups. These groups … Continue reading

Border Patrol Union Addresses Concern For Widespread Disease

By: Matt Winkeljohn - At the tune of around thirty thousand illegals every month, the southern U.S. border is being invaded. With blanket amnesty through executive order and severe economic issues looming, the adult and child immigrants are bringing other serious problems to this country. According to the The National Border Patrol Council Local 1613, the UAC’s (Unaccompanied Children) are bringing over a variety of illnesses and diseases.  Some of which have not been a problem in the sates for many years and some, even deadly. The Border Patrol union put out a memo stating it’s concerns for the health and safety of the agents. The memo lists… 1. All Agents should bring a second set of clothes (Including socks and shoes) to the station. Change clothes … Continue reading