Border Security and Immigration

Video: Arizona Cattlegrowers Association 2015-2016 Accomplishments

This less-than 15-minute video was shown at the Arizona Cattle Growers Association’s 2016 convention. It highlights the ACGA’s accomplishments. We are tremendously blessed to have this outstanding organization working for us! If you are not already a member it is time to join.  ACGA offers a variety of membership categories to suit your individual needs. **View the 2016  Video […]

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Environmental Land Restrictions vs. Border Security

This 18 minute video of smugglers packing drugs through southern Arizona was taken by hidden trail cameras set up by SecureBorderIntel.org Drug smugglers move through southern Arizona through large unfenced, unsecured areas. Few if any of these smugglers were apprehended. The video begins with footage from 2011 when drug smugglers moving through the Atascosa Mountains […]

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Insecure border keeps ranchers exposed to dangerous criminals

“Eight Miles from the Line” by Leo Banks, RANGE Magazine summer 2015 issue A southern Arizona border rancher’s surveillance camera catches dope smugglers ransacking his house. The same smugglers broke into a hunter’s RV the next day and stole a Glock 9 mm handgun. They were arrested and set free in Mexico within a month without […]

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$200,000 of DHS funds spent on jaguar “attitudes” surveys

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has given the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) more than $2 Million of its own funding to spend on jaguar recovery in the United States border region instead of securing the border. USFWS has already spent $775,000 of that funding to place camera traps around southern Arizona and New Mexico in […]

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SACPA/PLC Border Security Resolution

The following is a Resolution drafted by SACPA and adopted by the National Public Lands Council: NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS COUNCIL April 15, 2013 Securing the United States-Mexico Border at the Border Whereas, there is a tragic human to would-be workers, especially women, entering the United States which includes traveling as much as a week across […]

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Arizona Border Ranchers in the News

Arizona Border Ranchers in the  News  July 2014 NBC News Arizona Ranchers Frustrated over Smugglers’ Crime 4 1/2 minute  Video: Is the U.S. Border ruled by drug cartels? So. AZ border rancher Jim Chilton sounds off. 9-13-2013  BLM Serious Incident Reports was scrubbed from the internet. The hard statistics and reports of arrests of smugglers do not […]

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SACPA comments on proposed roads in Coronado NF

SACPA submitted comments in  response to the Border Patrol’s January 3, 2014 request for comments with respect to the improvement and construction of roads on the Bell Ranch, the Kay ranch and the Robinson Ranch. Click the link below to read our comments. 2014.02.02.SACPA COMMENTS CNF Road Construction

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