House Border Security Bill

EXCLUSIVE: My Son is Dead Because the Concept of Borders Is Dead

HOUSTON, Texas – A grieving Texas father told Breitbart Texas, “my son is dead because the concept of borders is dead.” Spencer Golvach was senselessly murdered by an illegal alien who had been deported a number of times after being convicted of committing crimes, including as law enforcement officers now tell us, crimes of violence. Golvach was shot in the head on January 31st while sitting in his car waiting for a stoplight to change. Golvach’s father said he wants the “boomerang” of deportation and illegal reentry into the country to be stopped.


House GOP To Regroup On Border Bill

House leadership intends to tackle “issues” with a controversial border bill after a new conservative group claimed credit for getting the measure yanked off this week’s schedule.

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite

Darby on McCaul’s Border Security Claim: ‘He’s Dead Wrong’

Breitbart Texas’ Managing Director Brandon Darby responded to House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul’s (R-Texas) claim that the Rio Grande Valley (RGV) Sector is “the most wide open unprotected sector that we have on the U.S. – Mexico border.” Darby said, “He’s dead wrong about the RGV sector. In fact, he’s substantially wrong about his border security approach across the board.”

@RepMcCaul: Standing with Border Sheriffs, Members of Congress and stakeholders at a press conference on the border.

Immigration Expert: McCaul’s House Border Security Bill ‘An Empty Green Suit’

Jessica Vaughan, Director of Policy at the Center Immigration Studies calls the border security bill proposed by Rep. Mike McCaul (R-TX) that will be considered by the House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday “an empty green suit.” Vaughan noted that McCaul’s bill, “proposes to spend $10 billion of taxpayer money without ensuring that a single illegal alien will be sent home.”

House Homeland Security Committee Michael McCaul (R-Texas) speaks in this AP file photo.