Ecuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

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The South American country of Ecuador can be described as many things: a tourist mecca for its Galapagos Islands, the country that harbored WikiLeaks founder and fugitive Julian Assange in its London embassy for seven years, and soul-keeper of the vanquished Inca civilization. But an important battleground in America’s war over illegal immigration to the U.S. southern border? The answer …

eHeziEcuador: An Unlikely Battleground to Secure America’s Southern Border
By TODD BENSMAN

Trump and the GOP Were Hardly the First to Worry About “Special Interest Alien” Smuggling to the Southwest Border
By TODD BENSMAN

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Much of the noise accompanying President Trump’s partial justification for a wall concerns the veracity of a general threat: that Islamist terror travelers in the flow of “special interest aliens” (SIAs) might easier breach the southern border without one. Critics in the media and among Democratic members of Congress argue with vehemence that the administration is trafficking in ridiculous, baseless …

eHeziTrump and the GOP Were Hardly the First to Worry About “Special Interest Alien” Smuggling to the Southwest Border
By TODD BENSMAN