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Wild West On Arizona And Mexico Border

June 30, 2013

If you’re adventurous and want to really get up-close-and-personal to the Mexican/Arizona connection, then you might consider a Great Train Escape that leaves from Tucson and explores Mexico’s Copper Canyon (four times the size of the Grand Canyon). The nine day/eight night trip uses train tracks that climb from sea level to almost 8,000 feet, crosses some of the highest bridges in the world, and passes through 87 tunnels as it explores More on Wild West On Arizona And Mexico Border

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Cautious Travelers On Arizona And Mexico Border

May 10, 2013

The future of the Arizona and Mexico border is important to the millions of Americans who travel to Mexico each year for business, vacations or for medical tourism. Many people cross from Nogales, Arizona to Nogales in Mexico to visit the many pharmacies selling prescription medicines at lower prices than found in the U.S.

Fortunately, major criminal organizations are not targeting Americans based on their nationality; most violence is drug related and occurs along major drug trafficking routes. Tourist areas in Mexico are generally safe More on Cautious Travelers On Arizona And Mexico Border

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Battle On Arizona And Mexico Border

March 23, 2013

The battle on Arizona and Mexico border isn’t so much between the United States and Mexican governments; it is a battle between landowners in Arizona and smugglers. Ranch owners who have tens of thousands of acres are reporting gun-totting smugglers camping out on their land, cutting fences and scaring employees. Landowners with large holding are not worried about the men trying to cross the border looking for work, they fear heavily armed drug smugglers who travel in large groups and tend to be confrontational.

While the U.S. government has doubled More on Battle On Arizona And Mexico Border

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Arizona And Mexico Border Still Have Trouble

June 12, 2012

The controversy surrounding an Arizona law has caused issues within the United States and in its relationship with Mexico. The law, titled Arizona SB 1070, makes it a misdemeanor for aliens over the age of 14 to be found without carrying their immigration papers. It also requires law enforcement officers to determine the status of anyone whom they reasonably suspect of being an illegal alien.

The law is hotly debated within the United States. Many question if it will violate the civil rights to Latinos, and the federal government under President Obama is suing Arizona, More on Arizona And Mexico Border Still Have Trouble

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Arizona And Mexico Border Promises Trouble

July 10, 2011

Illegal migrants, gunrunners, drug smugglers, the murder of American citizens and incursions by the Mexican army, these are all well documented happenings along the Arizona-Mexico border that the federal government chooses to ignore or pretend is not a problem.

Americans are crying out not just in Arizona, but across the nation for those whom we have given consent to govern over us to do something, anything, about the continued flood of illegal migrants that amounts to a literal invasion. Yet the Federal government refuses to do its constitutionally mandated duty to secure the border.

So Arizona did More on Arizona And Mexico Border Promises Trouble

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Arizona And Mexico Border Work On Dangers To Citizens

June 30, 2011

The Arizona and Mexico Border is one of the most heated places across the globe due to the frequency illegal migrations as an active area for human trafficking or drug smuggling. In this regard, the protection of the citizens of both Arizona and Mexico is put on high alert because of criminals fleeing to the other side with dangerous firearms and speeding vehicles.

The federal government has taken no neglect with this problem and is continuing to do its best to avoid any injuries or casualties from More on Arizona And Mexico Border Work On Dangers To Citizens

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Arizona And Mexico Border On The Brink Of Disaster

June 29, 2011

Arizona has become a front on the war between Mexican drug cartels and the U.S. and Mexican Governments; yet it is a neglected front. Although the U.S. has made more of an effort to police the borders, those efforts have come nowhere close to matching the escalation in drug smuggling or human trafficking of the past few years.
A fight between the federal government and the Arizona state government over border protection and illegal More on Arizona And Mexico Border On The Brink Of Disaster

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Great Arizona Border Towns

June 24, 2011

Everyone knows there’s been a bit of contention and concern surrounding the Mexico/Arizona border, but did you know there’s great fun to be had on some of the border towns in the area? If you live in Arizona or even New Mexico, pack up the kids, set the ADT new mexico and get out to the border to see the sights!
Douglas, Arizona – this border town is open 24 More on Great Arizona Border Towns

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Problems On The Arizona And Mexico Border

April 28, 2011

First, I still believe America is the great melting pot. I find it interesting that only a short 200-300 years ago everyone that’s not a Native American were coming into the country at their own free will. Now, we have created a fenced border to keep people out that are seeking the same opportunities as our own forefathers. Currently we do have a global economic crisis on our hands, but imagine the impoverished condition that folks must More on Problems On The Arizona And Mexico Border

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Border Issues Still A Problem For Arizona And Mexico

April 14, 2011

Arizona has gotten stricter with their border issues, but is it doing any good? Some question if the immigration law is doing any good. Even with the knowledge that they will immediately be sent to the Federal Bureau of Investigations, illegal immigrants are still coming in like wildfire. Crime rates have sky rocketed, people are afraid to leave their homes at night, what is going to be done about this? Arizona has the strictest border laws in the United States and yet they still More on Border Issues Still A Problem For Arizona And Mexico

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