214 Days in A Mexican Prison

How Obama’s Lack of Character Led to Sgt. Tahmorressi Spending 214 Days in A Mexican Prison “…the United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind.” – Barack Obama On March 31st, 2014, Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was driving to San Ysidro, a border town, when he accidentally missed his exit. Not realizing his mistake, he drove further, and wound up crossing the border into Mexico, where he was stopped. Mexican officials found several firearms in his possession, and Read more […]

Free Our Marine from His Mexican Jail!

Millions of Mexicans have violated our borders, and our nation gives them housing, food, clothing, and (according to recent reports) voter registration cards; but one U.S. Marine crosses the border and he is kept in a Mexican jail for six months… and counting. Oh, but he had guns, you say. Yes, I see. And Eric Holder sent thousands of assault rifles to Mexican drug cartels—weapons which have been used to kill countless Mexican citizens, and U.S. Federal Agents. How many months has he spent Read more […]

Mexicans Violate our Borders with Impunity, but One of Ours is in Prison for Violating Their Borders

Meanwhile, as countless Mexicans violate our borders, and some murder our citizens, a U.S. Marine continues to rot in a Mexican prison, going on more than four months. Here’s part of the Fox News story, “Jailed Marine Andrew Tahmooressi back in Mexican court.” On Day No. 127 of imprisonment, Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi entered a federal court in Tijuana and faced four border officials who were involved in his March 31 arrest on weapons charges. Following the approximately five-hour hearing, Read more […]

Federal Government Priorities Don’t Include the Marine Imprisoned in Mexico

I’m trying really hard not to use strong language here. Here’s the story from Fox News: A Mexican federal judge sent Andrew Tahmooressi back to prison after the U.S. Marine sergeant made his first official courtroom appearance since being locked up more than three months ago for accidentally crossing the border with guns in his pickup truck. The 26-year-old veteran of two tours in Afghanistan was finally able to tell his story to a judge, after his case had been delayed by both Mexico’s unpredictable Read more […]