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Tag Archives: Safety Story
A new report shows that cities and neighborhoods where immigrants live actually show a decrease in crime.
Texas Governor Rick Perry went on a tour of the border with Greta Van Susteran for her show on Fox News, over the course of the piece Perry made several questionable statements. Chief among those is that ‘drug cartels have … Continue reading
NDN/NPI was fortunate enough to participate in the Office of Congressman Silvestre Reyes’ and The University of Texas at El Paso’s (UTEP) eighth annual Border Security Conference, and the Southwest Border Mayors meeting both in El Paso Texas. While there … Continue reading
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano gave a strong defense of the Administration’s border enforcement at an event hosted by NDN/NPI.
NDN/NPI hosted a key note speech from Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano where she outlined the positive progress made along the Southwest Border. In her speech the Secretary emphasized that the Department of Homeland Security has made significant steps … Continue reading
After years of investment by the federal government along the border between the United States and Mexico there has been significant progress in creating a more harmonious region. NDN/NPI has taken a deep dive into the statistics and facts which … Continue reading
This landmark speech by Secretary Napolitano encapsulates all of the work the Department of Homeland Security and Mexico have done on the border while also charting a path forward on what the future of the Border looks like.