The southern border has become a humanitarian disaster affecting the nation. This situation requires an immediate and effective federal response. While we can feel compassion for those seeking a better life, we must also recognize that unfettered access to this country is not compassionate as it has created conditions for massive human and illicit drug
Photo: A display of the fentanyl and meth that was seized by Customs and Border Protection officers over the weekend at the Nogales Port of Entry is shown during a press conference on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in Nogales, Ariz. As the addiction and overdose crisis that has gripped the U.S. for two decades turns
Yesterday (3/29) around 2 pm, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit made a traffic stop on the I-17 North Bound just North of Cordes Lakes, which resulted in the confiscation of approximately 11 lbs. of fentanyl and one arrest. The Deputy pulled the driver, Maximilano Gonzalez-Beltran, over for having a view obstruction hanging from
U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at the Mariposa Port of Entry recently discovered 7.5 pounds of cocaine wrapped in lead and hidden in a rustic wooden tabletop. The ploy was no surprise. Arizona accounts for more than 9% of drugs that cross the land border into the U.S. from Mexico each year. Agent Kevin
At the outset of the Biden administration, Vice President Kamala Harris was a media darling, portrayed as the heir apparent and always willing to make a public appearance. In fact, the White House was so high on Harris in the early days that it instructed media to, “Please be sure to reference the current administration
Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews Sheriff Mark Dannels of Cochise County about the border crisis and what he is seeing every day.