Texas State Guard To Begin Search and Rescue For Illegal Immigrants

HOUSTON, Texas -- Texas Rangers and members of the Texas State Guard are beginning or are about to begin an effort in Brooks County near Falfurrias to help stop the climbing number of deaths related to human smuggling operations. Ranchers in the area reported a community partnership meeting where they were briefed on the proposed activities. This year, fifty-two people have been found dead in the arid ranch lands of Brooks County having gotten lost while attempting to bypass the Border Patrol checkpoint located thirteen miles south of Falfurrias.
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Who Will Follow Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri? The Race Begins

HOUSTON, Texas — The race to replace Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri kicked off this past weekend at the quarterly meeting of the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) in Austin. Three candidates announced they will be running to fill the vacancy that will be left when Chairman Munisteri eventually steps down. 15 Sep 2014

TEKS and APUSH Are Like Oil and Water, They Do Not Mix

On Friday September 19th, the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) will consider a resolution presented by Board member Ken Mercer. The resolution will request that the College Board rewrite its Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) course and exam “in a transparent manner to accurately reflect U.S. history without a political bias… and to respect the sovereignty of Texas over its education curriculum.” 15 Sep 2014

US Soldier Allegedly Smuggled Illegal Aliens Into Texas

LUBBOCK, Texas — A U.S. Army soldier in uniform allegedly tried to smuggle illegal aliens into Texas, according to court records obtained by Breitbart Texas. Authorities claim the soldier attempted to drive across a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint with two illegal immigrants hiding in his vehicle. 15 Sep 2014

Proposed Texas Textbooks Are Full of Progressive Bias, Says Curriculum Accuracy Expert

DALLAS, Texas -- The ideological battle over the Texas Social Studies textbook adoption process is inching towards a showdown as the State Board of Education (SBOE) convenes to hear public comment on the classroom learning materials followed by reviewer reports and the board's recommendations for history, geography and civics books. It's all part of the state's multi-month review process that is meant to be transparent but leftwing attack dogs are trying to convince Americans that school books have been taken hostage by rightwing fundamental evangelicals, according to Politico with an assist from the Washington Post. 15 Sep 2014

Texas Police Prepare to Defend International Bridges From Militia Groups

MISSION, Texas -- Authorities prepare to use “whatever force is necessary” to defend international bridges between Texas and Mexico from U.S. based militia groups. The preparations by Texas law enforcement agencies are in response to recently discovered plans by militia groups to attempt closing several international bridges. The militia groups' plans are intended to be protests against the federal government's failure to secure the border between the U.S. and Mexico. The plans call for militia groups to begin blocking traffic on an undisclosed number of international bridges in the Rio Grande Valley on Sept. 20th, 2014. 14 Sep 2014

Exclusive: Feds Find Anti-Israel and Pro-Palestine 9/11 Message to America on Border Fence

NOGALES, Arizona -- On September 11, 2014, individuals or a group in Mexico hung a message to America over the U.S.-Mexico border wall condemning American support for Israel and declaring support for Palestine. U.S. federal agents discovered the banner draped over the primary border fence in Arizona’s Yuma Sector in a restricted area that could only have been reached from Mexico. The message also contained an image described by authorities as an anarchist symbol. The incident was kept secret from the American public by federal authorities. Breitbart Texas exclusively obtained the leaked incident report from federal agents on the condition their identities remain private. 14 Sep 2014

Over $100 million Seized in Fashion District Raids Linked to Mexican Cartel Money Laundering

AUSTIN, Texas -- High fashion. Violent drug cartels. International kidnappings. Hundreds of millions of dollars. It sounds like the outline for a Hollywood movie script, but it played out in real life on Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, as law enforcement officials conducted raids on dozens of businesses in the Fashion District in connection with an elaborate international scheme to launder money for Mexican drug cartels. In all, search warrants were executed at over 70 businesses, as well as the residences of several people involved, nine people were arrested, over $100 million was seized, and indictments were issued in three separate cases with more potentially on the way. 14 Sep 2014

Among Over 6k Immigrants Arrested in Texas, 22 Sexual Predators

PATAGONIA, Arizona – Agents along the South Texas Border arrested close to 6,800 illegal immigrants including 19 convicted rapists and three fugitives wanted for sexual abuse of children and child pornography in a two week span. During that time frame agents also seized more than $15.5 million in marijuana. 14 Sep 2014

Border Patrol Agent Killed in Texas

FALFURRIAS, Texas—U.S. Border Patrol Agent Tyler Robledo was killed in an apparent head-on collision with another vehicle while on duty in the West Texas border region. The driver of the second vehicle also killed in the accident. 13 Sep 2014

Uniformed DPS Trooper Asked to Leave Waffle House Because He Was Armed

HOUSTON, Texas -- A uniformed Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper was asked to leave a Waffle House restaurant in Grapevine this week because he was armed. The trooper was wearing a Texas DPS “field uniform” that consists of a DPS polo shirt, tan slacks and his badge and gun were on his belt. Trooper was asked to leave and not to return because he was wearing a gun. 13 Sep 2014

DPS Reports: Texas Border Related Crime Incidents

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) released two reports on September 11 dealing with significant crime issues related to Texas’ unsecured border with Mexico. The first report deals with a summary of what the DPS is calling “border-related incidents”. These include: criminal aliens, home invasions, confrontations with law enforcement, and public corruption. The second is a more detailed report covering all aspects of law enforcement related issues concerning our open border and will be covered in a series of articles after this one. 13 Sep 2014


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