An end to the border wars?

Sounds like the time George W. Bush stood on that aircraft carrier in front of a giant banner reading the same two words that he stated to rousting applause on the deck below: ” Mission Accomplished.” How many years ago was that?

And as for the End of the Border Wars . . . don’t forget  the drug part of this bloody war. Still think it’s over? . . . EDITOR

from The New York Post opinion page

Last Updated: 1:41 AM, April 28, 2012

Posted: 11:19 PM, April 27, 2012

Vast wave of illegals leaving

By Michael Barone

The illegal immigration problem is going away.

That’s the conclusion I draw from the latest report of the Pew Hispanic Center on Mexican immigration to the United States.

Pew’s demographers have carefully combed through statistics compiled by the US Census Bureau, the Department of Homeland Security and the Mexican government, and have come up with estimates of the flow of migrants from and back to Mexico. Their work seems to be as close to definitive as possible.

They conclude that from 2005 to 2010 some 1.39 million people came from Mexico to the United States and 1.37 million went from the US to Mexico. “The largest wave of immigration in history from a single country to the United States,” they write, “has come to a standstill.” . . . Read Complete Report

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