Category Archives: Border Security

Border Mic – Episode 8 – I Am a Legal Immigrant and I Fear ICE



I am a legal immigrant and I fear ICE. In today’s episode I discuss why abolishing ICE is the wrong debate. Instead, America should return to the three agencies it had before 9/11 – Immigration and Naturalization, Customs and Border Patrol. This would eliminate the call to abolish ICE and focus the debate on the many problems with immigration to America.


Border Mic – Episode 7 – Being Mexican And Crossing the Border



Being a Mexican national and crossing the U.S.-México border is not simply having your papers in order. You have to think about being profiled and what steps to take to avoid being delayed at the crossing point because you fit a certain profile.

In today’s episode I share with you what it was like to cross into the United States while being a Mexican national.


Border Mic – Episode One



In the first episode of the Border Mic I discuss the dangers of the U.S.-México border. There are many dangers including environmental, health, drugs and terrorism. Since the country is awash with the dangers of the border by unknown terrorists crossing into America, I though it be the perfect way to start off the podcast.

After all, terrorism scares the daylights out of everyone.

In this episode I am going to tell you about the Libyan hit squad of the 1980’s and the fear of the Soviet’s using México as a base from which to attack America. But the real danger lies in the radical Islamic terrorists waging war against America. So, I’ll share with you the story of the ISIS terrorist camp in México.

Buckle in and get ready to be shocked.

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