Is Obama listening yet?
The infamous leader of the Sinaloa cartel, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, was finally arrested and taken into custody last week, bringing an end to a brutal era in the Mexico's drug war.
As a result of continued drug violence in their communities, Mexican citizens have been arming themselves to fight back against ruthless cartels and breaking the law to do so. In Mexico, regular citizens are not allowed to own firearms.
During last year's Mexican presidential campaign, then-candidate and now President Enrique Pena Nieto argued that Mexico needed a new, specially trained and heavily armed police force.
Pop star Lady Gaga and U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano both attract ‘little monsters.’ But whereas Lady Gaga attracts innocuous albeit freakishly dressed teenagers, Lady Napolitano literally attracts ‘little monsters’—violent cárteles del narcotráfico
"Botched." That is the word the mainstream media too often associates with the federal gunwalking scandal known as Operation Fast and Furious, but in her new book, investigative reporter Katie Pavlich fearlessly chronicles exactly why the only thing "botched" about the ill-fated operation was the Obama administration's shoddy attempt to cover their tracks.
Last month, Director of National Intelligence (DNI) James Clapper told the U.S. Senate that "Mexico"s government remains committed to fighting the country's drug cartels and enacting reforms aimed at strengthening the rule of law."
The threat posed by Mexican drug cartels is serious and the White House's response has been 'silence and stonewalling.'
O'Reilly tells it like it is regarding hard drugs, accountability and the media.
Democrats say this should 'go away' -- Issa thinks the organization needs to be cleaned to give American people confidence.
This week I was privileged to participate in a ride along with the Arizona Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and got a first hand look at what the deputies working there are dealing with on a daily basis. Although we didn’t get into any major cartel chases during my time with them, the education I received about a number of border issues was eye opening.
Five years ago last month, Milton Friedman died at age 94. To the very end, the Nobel Prize winning economist was astute, tireless and wonderfully avuncular. Thanks to the Internet, his commentaries on subjects ranging from greed, to slavery, to the Great Depression myth and many other topics, can be enjoyed forever.
Asked of Congress' role on Immigration, Allen West first consults his handy pocket Constitution, and delivers his response.
On Aug. 25, members of the Zetas drug cartel gang attacked a casino in Monterrey, Mexico, and murdered 52 people.