A Plan for Real Border Security

A Plan for Real Border SecurityUS News & World Report – Instead of flinging jillions of our scarce dollars to drastically expand the civilian Border Patrol, as the Senate’s immigration reform bill would do, we – and especially our Congress – should take a lesson from most other countries in the world with “hot” borders.


Our border security with Mexico should be a fully integrated mission of the U.S. Army. Specifically, it should be made-up of combined – and rotated – Army National Guard and Reserve forces, primarily from the border-states, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, and others as necessary. [Read More]