This weekend, Mission, Texas becomes the center of border wall resistance. A coalition of borderlands groups and allies that includes the Save Santa Ana Wildlife Refuge, Our Lady of Guadalupe […]
At the U.S.-Mexico border, the migration of pumas and coati are cut off by physical barriers. Humans? Not so much. By Kiah Collier and Neena Satija Texas Tribune HIDALGO, Texas […]
Solicitation Number: 2017-JC-RT-0001 issued by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, February 24, 2017. See additional details, such as above possible schematic, at Virtual Builder’s Alliance. From CNN Wire: U.S. […]
The last round of border wall construction passed through Texas nearly a decade ago following the 2006 Secure Fence Act, with steel barriers being cut through nature preserves and private […]
Just as highways, once built, never freakin’ disappear, multi-million dollar walls have this habit of staying in place — at least until the empire crumbles, and sometimes not even then.
Sixty-something days. For some, it can’t come fast enough. By “some,” we mean those losing land, liberty, and fraternity on La Frontera.
‘Member all those federal rules Chertoff trampled to get Border Wall construction on track? Water, land, animals, native graves, etc. — all shrugged off with Congressionally mandated powers granted the Homeland Security Czar under the Real ID Act.
As South Texas wall portions are going up, and residents there are still trying to muck out from recent storms, the news from the Arizona portion of the wall isn’t good.
Short bursts of semi-related scrum that have been collecting in my lower tract this week… how to nap (in case you forgot); why we love warblers; a poem to lift […]
“Friendship to Hope Vigil” at Santa Elena Canyon on June 1. Terlingua community organizer, Adrienne Evans said, “Along with people in Brownsville and San Diego, we gathered to show support for people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border who are suffering because of a border wall.”
Here’s some good news for the minority majority. Middle-class white greenies don’t want to deport you anymore. You’ll recall the national Sierra Club had a near-fatal meltdown over the immigration […]
I was feeling pretty big about my first scissor-tailed flycatcher sighting of the spring (top). She lit on the topmost branch of a live oak at Mission San Juan and […]
Chertoff y Co. aren’t slowing. Every day seems to bring word of new lawsuits on the border, and increasing efforts of resistance. It’s only been a few days on the […]
Wired Magazine has fun this issue resurrecting the “bizarre” beasts of yore. As much as I enjoyed pawing my way through dinosaur books as a kid, I can recognize how […]