Border Security and Immigration

Walk a Mile in Nick Ivie’s Boots

  Walk a Mile in his Boots By Ron Colburn About the author: Ron Colburn entered on duty with the U.S. Border Patrol at the Douglas, AZ Border Patrol Station in 1978.  He served for 31 years, and retired in 2009.  At the time of his retirement, he was serving as the national Deputy Chief, […]

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Who Knows What’s Endangered?

This article was written by southern Arizona ranchers and biologists. It is published in the Summer 2013 issue of RANGE Magazine. It is re-posted here with permission from RANGE Magazine. Who Knows What’s Endangered?

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“Fast and Furious” Gun-walking Investigation

This page provides news and information about the ongoing Congressional investigation of federal law enforcement agencies including BATFE, FBI, and the Department of Justice and White House involvement in “Operation Gunrunner,” “Operation Castaway,” “Operation Wide Receiver,” “Fast and Furious,” and other, similar government operations involving licensed firearms dealers in Phoenix, Dallas, Indiana, New Mexico and […]

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Border Security and Immigration

***SACPA border ranchers will lead border tours for anyone interested. Please contact us.*** SACPA Statement on Border Security Facts about Border Security (updated June 2014) Securing the United States/Mexico border at the international boundary rather than continuing the current Border Patrol policy of “defense in depth” which attempts to apprehend border crossers 5, 10, 20 […]

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