On This Day in History: January 23, 

1933 – 20th Amendment of the Constitution ratified changing Inauguration Day for the President from 4 March to 20 January, 1964 – 24th Amendment of the Constitution ratified barring poll taxes for federal elections, 1968 – USS Pueblo and 83-man crew seized by North Korea in the Sea of Japan.

Boarder Crisis and Border Security

So on Friday, the President called the Democrats in Congress bluff ! He reopened the government for three weeks, as they wanted, to allow for the “compromise” solution to our Constitutional Republic’s immigration challenge to be found. He has stated that if they do not

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A Short History of Our Southern Border

The United States-Mexico Border was established over the period of 1835 to 1854. Spain first opened the northeastern region of Mexico (later the Mexican states of Coahuila and Texas) to Anglo-American settlement in 1820. One year later Mexico won its independence from Spain. By 1830,

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