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A World Without Immigrant Prisons

by | Tue, Dec 3, 2019 at 15:40 CST
Law professor and author César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández wants you to believe it’s possible.

Cartel City

Imagine a city under the complete control of the Gulf Cartel

Imagine a city under the complete control of the Gulf Cartel. It’s called Reynosa, a city of nearly 600,000 just across the Rio Grande from McAllen. The Commi...Read More

Stumper of the Week: Perry vs. White vs Gohmert

Who said the single weirdest and nuttiest thing in Texas politics this week?

Okay, folks, we’re right on the cusp of that magical, mythical day when everyone supposedly—all at once, now!—stops thinking silly, summery thoughts a...Read More

It Takes a Massacre

Mexico Finally Institutes Protections for Immigrants

Mexican President Felipe Calderon frequently criticizes the unfair treatment of undocumented immigrants in the United States. But It took a mass grave in Tamaul...Read More

Droning In Dollars

With unmanned aircraft now patrolling the Texas-Mexico border, safety risks aren't the only concerns.

At a July congressional hearing, Mark Borkowski, an executive director in charge of border security at the Department of Homeland Security, made a startling adm...Read More

Floating On The Border

My father was born in Xilitla, a speck near another speck in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. To hear him talk, Xilitla is heaven on earth. The women are lovely, the me...Read More

Requiem for a Border City

Dispatches from the Border Wall: Reynosa

  Reynosa is crumbling under the dark spell of organized crime and narco-traficantes. This is not the city I used to know a decade ago with its vibrant plaza, ...Read More

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