Medical Tijuana

By Rick Oltman, December 3, 2018 As of last week, over 2,000 people, about one-third, from the migrant caravan now parked in Tijuana, Mexico, have respiratory infections.  First reports indicate there are three cases of tuberculosis, four cases of HIV/AIDS, four cases of chickenpox, as well as lice and skin infections.  These numbers are sure…

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It’s Test Time at the Border

By Rick Oltman, November 26, 2018 The resolve of our government, our nation, and our culture overall are currently being tested at the southern border by thousands people who seem to think they will succeed by just bursting into our country, like an intruder breaking down the front door of your home while you’re watching…

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Mexico Firsters Oppose the Caravan

By Rick Oltman, November 19, 2018 Add the Tijuana Mexicans to the list of people who don’t want the Central American “caravan” coming through their town.  Associated Press is reporting that, on Sunday, hundreds of Tijuana residents waved Mexican flags, sang the Mexican national anthem and chanted “Out! Out!” in front of a statue of…

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Senator Kamala Harris, ICE, and the KKK

By Rick Oltman, November 16, 2018 California’s junior Senator, Kamala Harris, has now compared the “perception” of Immigration and Customs Enforcement by some to the Ku Klux Klan at the Senate hearing Thursday to confirm Ronald Vitiello as the new head of the U.S. Immigration Customs and enforcement (ICE). She was clever about it.  When…

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Yes, Virginia, It’s an Invasion

By Rick Oltman, November 15, 2018 The so-called migrant caravan is reportedly moving through Mexico again, with some leaving the trek north, and others joining the trip.  Associated Press reported Tuesday evening that an estimated 6,000 Central Americans left shelters in Guadalajara Tuesday morning and were taken by buses to a highway toll plaza to…

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The Ninth Circuit Strikes Again

By Rick Oltman, November 9, 2018 The infamous Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that President Trump cannot end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA was created, not by the Congress who is the branch of government that makes laws, but by Barack Obama’s 2012 executive branch memorandum, a type of President…

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Moving Right Along

By Rick Oltman, November 8, 2018 The Midterm Elections are over, with wins and losses for all sides.  The pontificators are in overdrive giving us their thoughts, interpretations and predictions of the outcome.  To some, it is getting a bit tedious. To add to the election drama, it was announced on Wednesday that Attorney General…

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Clarify the 14th Amendment, Finally

By Rick Oltman, October 31, 2018 With President Trump’s announcement that he intends to use an Executive Order to end so-called “birth right citizenship,” the airways and the Internet blogs have been jammed with misinformation about the 14th Amendment, Constitutional process, and every argument one can imagine from those who want to continue the process…

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Federal Law, Federal Money, Federal Judges

By Rick Oltman, October 30, 2018 Another federal district judge has ruled it unconstitutional to withhold federal money from sanctuary cities that violate federal immigration law. On October 24, the Western District Court of Washington ruled “… that Section 9(a) of Executive Order 13,768, “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” is…

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