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Texas and The Border Crisis-Wayne Thompson our Guest Tonight

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Tonight we discuss the problems plaguing the Texas and Mexico Border. Texas shares the longest border, of any of America's states, with another country.

Wayne Thompson has been a Law Enforcement Officer for over ten years in a small Texas town. Before that he worked providing security for South Texas oil field. He has been studying and speaking about the problems with the Texas Mexico border for many years and he will share his thoughts and experiences with us tonight. We will also have callers from our Texas Mexico border area.

There are over 1,200 miles of border that Texas shares with Mexico. There are 20 legal crossings from Mexico into Texas, but there are thousands of illegal crossings of the Texas Mexico border every day.

These illegal crossing have caused tremendous damage to our nation economically, politically, socially and financially. The problems are especially relevant to our border states. Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.

The illegal trafficking of humans, drugs and almost anything else you can imagine causes billions of dollars in damage to America and our citizens.

The Mexican Drug Cartels are so wealthy they hand out bribes to all of Mexico's officials and corruption is a way of life there. And if corruption and bribes do not work, the cartel's thousands of well armed street soldiers publicly kill and terrorize anyone who stands in their way.

Americans were outraged when the journalist Nick Berg was beheaded on video and there were calls for war. In Mexico, people's heads are cut off all of the time. One of the cartels had a truckload of heads dumped in the middle of the freeway during rush hour to make a point.

You can call in at 347-308-8790 and follow the call screeners directions to get on the air with your questions or comments.

I hope to see everyone there!