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Category Archives: Immigration

Don Junior Hunts Reporter

I’m a sharpshooting stud who all over the world has killed many beasts including leopards, elephants, buffaloes, deer, bighorn sheep, foxes, and plenty more. I also know a helluva lot about security and expect you to pay attention when I write, “You know why you can enjoy a day at the zoo? Because walls work.” […]

Also posted in Africa, Animals, Deer, Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Elephants, Guns, Hunters, Mexico

Ultimatum Trump

either fund my wonderful berlin wall or i’m shutting down federal government

Also posted in Cold War, Donald Trump, Germany, Mexico

Guardian Trump

After ducking big rocks, my brave forces weren’t firing tear gas and rubber bullets at women and children charging my beautiful concertina-wire border. They were stopping hordes of invaders, mostly adult males, who would destroy the paradise that we European Americans have created. I made the truth clear. I’ll close the whole border with Mexico. […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Mexico, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan

Thanksgiving Concertina

I know you troops stationed overseas are excited to hear my voice address you from luxurious Mar-a-Lago where I’m ready to throw up my turkey dinner because of disgraceful judges who tell us how to protect our border. These wimps are often Californians who support sanctuary cities and liberal asylum laws that have allowed millions […]

Also posted in California, Donald Trump, Mexico

Trump on Election Day

I’m up early because I couldn’t sleep last night after Sean Hannity shined my butt at an election rally and now my tweeter’s hotter than ever telling patriots this Republican candidate’s great and that one’s wonderful and those others are important and it’s vital to get out and vote because my name is really the […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Economics, Employment, Fox News, Kim Jong-Un, Korea, Mexico, Russia, Sean Hannity, Vladimir Putin

Trump Mobilizes

As Latin American hordes march toward our borders I every day feel more like Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt, two other presidents who faced threats that could’ve destroyed our nation. And like those heroic presidents, I am responding with bravery and vigor. I’m mobilizing our troops for war. At first I thought five thousand soldiers […]

Also posted in Abraham Lincoln, Central America, Donald Trump, Franklin Roosevelt, Mexico

Trump Timing

it’s only a coincidence i’m sending five thousand troops to the border the day before midterm elections

Also posted in Donald Trump, Mexico

Slaughter in the Synagogue

I bet you haven’t heard of Gab.com but you should. This website is committed “to defend free expression and liberty online for all people.” Facebook and Twitter are afraid to do that. They deny the truth, which is that most of the world doesn’t want white people to survive. I’m not afraid to say and […]

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Auschwitz, Central America, Donald Trump, Gab.com, Holocaust, Jews, Murder, NRA, Pittsburgh, Robert Bowers, Terrorism

Lopez Obrador Calls Trump

(This morning President-elect Lopez Obrador of Mexico called President Trump. On a third line I served as translator.) Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador – President Trump, please don’t do anything rash before we’ve had time to meet. Donald Trump – Thanks for calling but let’s keep in mind you’re not the president yet and won’t be […]

Also posted in Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Donald Trump, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico

Stop That Caravan

(Last night I visited the White House to talk to President Trump about immigration. He offered ten minutes and demanded I not ask him about Saudi Arabia. I agreed.) Donald Trump – You’ve read my tweets. Everybody reads them. There’s a caravan of four thousand migrant criminals from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala headed this […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Donald Trump, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Saudi Arabia

Trump Thrills Mississippi

I love traveling around this huge country I’ve made great again and speaking to the honest working people who love me and wait hours to get into my rallies. They know I’m one of them even though I’m really rich and have spent most of my life in luxurious places around other wealthy people and […]

Also posted in Brett Kavanaugh, Defense Budget, Donald Trump, Economics, Health, Memphis, Mississippi, Sex, Supreme Court

The Booming Economy

(These are highlights from my conversation with an economist who graduated from an elite university, served on public policy staffs during the administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, and later consulted international businesses.) George Thomas Clark – Okay, I read your recent newspaper columns about economics and foreign policy, respectively. You emphasize what President […]

Also posted in Asia, China, Donald Trump, Economics, Employment, Mexico, Russia

Joe Six Pack Reports

I’m excited looking at an email from Team Trump. They need our participation “because we’re close enough to change everything.” And we have to. “Illegal voting in the United States wreaks havoc with elections. Every election… it seems we rarely get our candidates elected.” Damn right “it’s time we do something about this.” Team Trump […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Economics, Employment, George W. Bush, Guns, Iran, Korea, Mexico, Michael Cohen, Nuclear Weapons, Robert Mueller, Russia, Stock Market, Vladimir Putin

Trump Warns Europeans

Seated at a large table during the summit meeting in Brussels, President Donald Trump crosses his arms in a tight jacket, eyes leaders of NATO nations, and says, “I love Europeans and they love me. My wife is from Slovenia, my mother from Scotland, and my father was conceived in Germany before his parents, no […]

Also posted in Angela Merkel, Crime, Donald Trump, England, Germany, Hungary, Italy, London, Murder, Navy, Poland, Russia, Theresa May

Latin Presidente

harvard harris poll reveals hispanic support for trump up ten percent

Also posted in Donald Trump, Employment, Mexico

Trump Embraces White Europeans

Have you heard? I hope you have. Lots of European leaders feel just like I do about immigration from the south. They can’t build a wall like mine, but they’d like to. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, a bright young guy who’s only thirty-one, wants a Rome-Berlin-Vienna “axis of the willing against illegal immigration.” Okay, maybe […]

Also posted in Austria, Central America, Donald Trump, Hungary, Italy, Mexico

Honduran Heat Revisited

Honduran money’s in few hands closed to rusty prison where every cell’s sealed and sole set of keys dropped by guard fleeing fire. Outside, guards blocked firefighters and shot at few prisoners not trapped in cells. Most screamed as fried or suffocated but quit carrying on when charred in stacks totaling three hundred fifty-five stinking […]

Also posted in Honduras, Murder, Poverty, Prisons

Trump Meets Lopez Obrador

After sundown at the White House, President Donald Trump climbs into a laundry truck and in utmost secrecy rides to an undisclosed airport where he boards Air Force One and flies to an unnamed airstrip near the Rio Grande. He then overrules agents and drives his armored beast to the shores of the eternal river, […]

Also posted in Agriculture, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Central America, Donald Trump, Jorge Ramos, Mexico

Trump Infested

i’m a big man with a big belly and write large my name on executive order before tweeting democrats are the problem and want illegal immigrants no matter how bad to infest our country and become potential voters

Also posted in Donald Trump, Mexico

Melania’s Jacket

I’m a model who understands the power of clothes and nudity, and know the latter pays better. Still, I must wear clothes to the border. After thinking about it quite a while, I select a green jacket showing white words in back, “I really don’t care. Do u?” Of course I’m not referring to children […]

Also posted in Central America, Donald Trump, Melania Trump, Mexico

Trump Tough in Minnesota

I’ve come to Minnesota to get away from this border hassle. Don’t lecture me about kids. I’ve got five and they’re all really great, especially Ivanka. I’m concerned about kids everywhere. That’s my job as most powerful hombre in the world. All along I’ve been worried about kids getting split up from their parents on […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, El Salvador, Honduras, Ivanka Trump, Melania Trump, Mexico

Jeff Sessions Heads South

No longer will I tolerate renegades calling me a racist divider of families along the southern border of these United States. I’m already astride Traveller, my galloping gray steed, and arriving at what I’m confident is a humane detention facility for those who tried to illegally enter our sacred land. “Mr. Attorney General, thank you […]

Also posted in Central America, Donald Trump, El Salvador, Honduras, Jeff Sessions, Mexico, Texas

Sessions on the Mount

I, Jeff Sessions, attorney general of these United States, do not wield God’s name as a saber, I only quote the bible, “Let every soul be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God,” and in His behalf and those of […]

Also posted in Bible, Central America, Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, Mexico, Religion, Slavery

Attorney General at the Border

Astride a beautiful large gray horse and wearing an elegant suit gray as Robert E. Lee’s uniform, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions patrols the border, looking for intruders. I pity his prey. Sessions appears warrior enough to slay any foe. In each hand I wave a white paper overhead and shout, “Don’t shoot, sir. I just want […]

Also posted in Central America, Donald Trump, El Salvador, Honduras, Jeff Sessions, Robert E. Lee

Trump Animals

i’m talking about ms-13 gang members it’s crazy because of weak laws these people come in fast we get them we send them away we get them again we’re taking them out of the country at a rate that’s never happened before it’s so ridiculous they aren’t people they’re animals

Also posted in Crime, Donald Trump, Gangs

Border Politics

since arrests at border continue declining to lowest in forty-six years why is trump banging immigration drum

Also posted in Donald Trump, Mexico

Vicente Fox Counters Trump

Lights glow, TV cameras roll, and Donald Trump says, “I want you to remember my remarks at Trump Tower the day I started my campaign for president. I used the word rape, and people said I was too tough. Now they’re saying I’m right. On the journey coming up here, from Central America through Mexico, […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Drugs, Mexico, Murder, Vicente Fox

Easter Egg Hunt

no more daca deal too many dreamers need wall happy easter love donald

Also posted in Donald Trump, Mexico

The Right Walls

i don’t like california but it’s great to be here at the border where i’m looking at prototypes of eight wonderful walls i’ll chose from to save countless lives and hundreds of billions of dollars and that’s how mexico’s really paying for our wall

Also posted in California, Donald Trump, Mexico

Jeff Sessions Invades California

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, the Alabama-bred former judge and senator who’s now attorney general of the United States, gallops his white steed to the Capitol steps in Sacramento, dismounts, and, bugle in hand, blows a sound that compels local dogs to howl and political workers to cover their ears. Charging out the door and down the […]

Also posted in California, Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, Jerry Brown

State of Trump

Look at Paul Ryan trying so hard not to smile, in his seat behind me, as he thanks Heaven he no longer has to frown throughout a State of the Union speech by Barack Obama. Like all true citizens, Ryan knows under my leadership our country is enjoying a “new tide of optimism… incredible progress […]

Also posted in Barack Obama, China, Crime, Donald Trump, Mexico, Nuclear Weapons, Paul Ryan, Russia, Terrorism, Trade

Trump Immigration

the donald says he’s not racist but wonders why u.s. brings in haitins and people from shitholes in africa TRUMP CLARIFIES I’m not the person the media’s portraying me to be and am as far from being a racist as you can get. Okay, in private I did talk a little tough about immigration, but […]

Also posted in Africa, Donald Trump, Haiti

Trump Assesses The Donald

I knew I was going to be a great president but, frankly, I’m far surpassing my own expectations and am rebuilding the nation and the world in ways I know are necessary. Let’s start with disastrous Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act I just I last week cut back because its author had lied to the […]

Also posted in Abortion, Barack Obama, Birth Control, Donald Trump, Environment, Iran, Korea, Nuclear Weapons

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

trump doesn’t favor punishing children for actions of illegal alien parents but stresses kids now law abiding adults and may have to leave since we’re nation of laws

Also posted in Donald Trump, Mexico

Free Arpaio

ignoring families who roasted in desert tents on arizona border trump says you’re pardoned sheriff joe

Also posted in Donald Trump, Joe Arpaio, Mexico

Chapo Guzman’s Guest

I don’t know where I am. Maybe New York. It doesn’t matter. I can’t see anything but frosted glass and can’t talk to other prisoners. I only get out of my cell an hour a day and sometimes am so lonely and depressed I almost enjoy it when guards call me shorty or cabrón or […]

Also posted in Chapo Guzman, Cocaine, Donald Trump, Heroin, Mexico

Trump Prisons

seventy percent farmworkers in u.s. undocumented many headed for new private prisons owned big by trump donors

Also posted in Agriculture, Donald Trump, Mexico, Prisons

Undercover Trump

Make me a mature Mexican rock star, I tell my makeup lady, hang some long cool black hair on my head and pin a big mustache on my face. I need to blend with families and friends of those being naturalized as U.S. citizens this morning in Fresno. There’s already a big crowd in the […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Fresno, India, ISIS, Mexico, Philippines

Guardian Trump

Our naïve and pitiful nation is as I speak being targeted by terrorists here and abroad, and only I can save you from further carnage. An appellate court of three ultra-liberal and traitorous San Francisco judges has temporarily overturned my order to ban people from seven nations poisoned by Islam. They won’t get away with […]

Also posted in Arizona, Donald Trump, Joe Arpaio, Mexico

Against the Wall

Waving for his aide to sit down, the dapper man in Los Pinos squeezed a phone and dialed about twenty numbers, waiting while the White House phone rang. “Hello,” said a woman. “This is President Peña Nieto. Who’s this?” “Melania.” “Please let me speak to President Trump.” “What country are you from?” “Mexico.” “Oh, you’re […]

Also posted in Cocaine, Donald Trump, Drugs, Enrique Pena Nieto, Melania Trump, Murder

Off the Wall

I love being the coolest and most powerful man in the world especially as I sit on my throne in the Oval Office and, before the world, sign big my name in thick blue ink unleashing executive orders that implement my campaign promise to save the nation by walling off our southern border not only […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico

Streep Invades Trump Tower

I sense tweeting and TV blasting won’t be sufficient so in a radical Hollywood jet I fly to New York and ride in a five-limousine caravan to Trump Tower where I exit and announce, “Meryl Streep to see President-elect Trump.” “You aren’t really Meryl Streep, are you?” says a secret service agent. “Indeed I am.” […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Jeff Sessions, Meryl Streep, Mexico, Movies

Her Kind of Man

This story is now in the collection “Tales of Romance”

Also posted in Music, Romance, Sex

Cesar Chavez Discusses Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Agriculture, Campaign 2016, Cesar Chavez, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Sex, United Farm Workers

The First Debate

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Campaign 2016, Chicago, Federal Reserve, Guns, Hillary Clinton, Iran, Iraq, Korean War, Murder, Nuclear Weapons

Trump Invades Mexico

This story is from the rousing political book “King Donald”

Also posted in Arizona, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico

El Sombrero

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Mexico

Super Trump Tuesday

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Bernie Sanders, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Israel, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, New York Times, Palestine, Ted Cruz

Gypsies in Madrid

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Cocaine, Drugs, English, George Thomas Clark, Gypsies, Heroin, Madrid, Madrid Vacation, Marijuana, Poverty, Racism, Spain, Theft

Cruz to Iowans

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Abortion, Campaign 2016, Health, Iowa, Marriage, Poetry - GTC, Religion, Ted Cruz, Testicles

Trump Touts “Take Our Jobs”

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Campaign 2016, Cesar Chavez, Donald Trump, Mexico, United Farm Workers

Himmler Tutors Trump

This story is in the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Adolf Hitler, Auschwitz, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Germany, Heinrich Hmmler, Holocaust, Indians - American, Mexico, World War II

More Great Walls of Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Agriculture, Barack Obama, Campaign 2016, Donald Trump, Mexico

Bold Rubio Spanks Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2016, Cuba, Donald Trump, Fidel Castro, Marco Rubio, Mexico, Rick Perry

Righteous Rick Santorum

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2016, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney, Republicans, Rick Santorum

Great Wall of Trump

This story is from the rousing campaign book “King Donald”

Also posted in Barack Obama, Campaign 2016, China, Donald Trump, Economics, Mexico, Republicans

Indentured Servants

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in China, English, Prisons, Short Pieces - GTC, Slavery

Panty Tree

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Mexico, Poetry - GTC, Prostitution, Slavery, Women's Rights

Winton, Not Winston, in Quito

A travel newsletter I subscribed to occasionally offered stories by a guy named Winton Churchill. Oh, a wise guy, I concluded. Despite groaning about his humor, and perhaps his stability, I did conclude Churchill knew plenty about computers. He’d worked for Apple, knew Steve Jobs, toiled for other Silicon Valley concerns, some of which flamed […]

Also posted in Computers, Ecuador, Quito, Steve Jobs, Travel, Winston Churchill, World War II

Church Service

This story is now in the collection “Tales of Romance”

Also posted in Dating, Education, Marriage, Poetry - GTC, Religion, Short Pieces - GTC

Border Patrol

This story is now in the collection “The Bold Investor”

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico, Sex, Short Pieces - GTC

Iron Women

iron curtain lifted and shoved into bones of women looking west

Also posted in Communism, Economics, Europe, Marriage, Mental Health, Poetry - GTC

Love Immigrants

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Campaign 2012, Florida, France, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Poetry - GTC, Politics

State of the Union

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Afghanistan, Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Economics, George S. Patton, George W. Bush, Iran, Iraq, Lyndon Johnson, Mexico, Mitt Romney, Nuclear Weapons, Poetry - GTC, Richard Nixon

Wealth

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Bakersfield, California, Food, Fresno, Modesto, Poetry - GTC

Church Service – Part 2

This story is now in the collection “Tales of Romance”

Also posted in Dating, Education, Marriage, Poetry - GTC, Religion

Two Brides

pretty colombian bride returns to adult class for quick writing tip and says in college taking fifty units a semester to become nurse two years later pretty colombian bride decade older enters and signs same last name after class i ask if they’re related she frowns saying no and marches out next day after class […]

Also posted in Cars & Driving, Colombia, Health, Marriage, Poetry - GTC

Interview with Rick Perry

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in Abortion, Barack Obama, Campaign 2012, Capital Punishment, Civil War - American, Economics, Guns, Rick Perry, Texas

Impressions of Madrid

Would I ever want to live in Madrid? I didn’t know. I hadn’t been there so before going prepared vigorously, studying maps and scouring cyberspace and printing out stacks of material that bulged from three folders. In Madrid I annotated my reference material and encouraged local citizens to also do so. I jumped into dozens […]

Also posted in George Thomas Clark, Madrid, Madrid Vacation, Restaurants, Spain

Prostitutes in Madrid

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Drugs, George Thomas Clark, Madrid, Madrid Vacation, Prostitution, Spain

The Titanic Speaks

I need to get to sea and soon will. After two years of construction, a hundred thousand people are watching in dry dock on May 31, 1911 as hydraulic triggers release me onto a path greased with 22 tons of tallow and soap that let me glide into the River Lagan. Now my staterooms and […]

Also posted in Edward J. Smith, John Jacob Astor, Ships, Titanic

Sold in Chiapas

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Mexico, Prostitution, Slavery

Entering the United States in a Trunk

It is hot outside the restaurant in the Central Valley of California.  Inside, Rosa is eating chicken Caesar salad and drinking cold orange juice as she talks about her life.  She doesn’t often eat out.  She’s always had to be careful with money.  When she was 10-years old her father died in an auto accident […]

Also posted in Mexico

Mexico to Tucson on Foot

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico

Immigration Reform – Debate II – George Thomas Clark v. D.A. King

In April my online debate about immigration with D.A. King, founder of The American Resistance, attracted many readers, a stack of letters, and interest from other online publications.  Now Mr. King and I are going to discuss the border security and immigration reform legislation proposed by, among others, Senator John McCain and Senator Edward Kennedy.  I support this legislation.  […]

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico

Labor Recruitment

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico

Why Immigrants Work Here

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico

Opponents of Immigration Hurl Letters and Insults

Who are the angriest people in the United States?  Are they the supporters or opponents of war in Iraq, neocons or neoliberals, the devout or the secular, disrespected homemakers or overworked career mothers?  No is the answer to each of the aforementioned inquiries.  The most outraged people in the land are those actively opposing illegal […]

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico, Racism

George Thomas Clark Debates D.A. King about Immigration

This is my recent online exchange with D.A. King, founder of The American Resistance Foundation, a national coalition of citizens actively opposed to illegal immigration.  Mr. King spends lots of his own money as he travels and speaks and takes part in rallies and debates all comers. George Thomas Clark – Don’t you think the Bush administration, […]

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico

Minutemen on the Border

This story appears in the collection “In Other Hands”

Also posted in Agriculture, Mexico, Racism