The Untold Truth, How The Southern Border Crisis Is Negatively Impacting Their Family Cattle Business. And Impacting Many Others In Their Community. Life long cattle ranchers, near the Southern Border in Arizona, talk about the realities of the Immigration Crisis. How it impacts their daily operation financially in addition to the human cost.
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Fred and Peggy Davis are cattle ranchers from Tombstone, Arizona, in Cochise County. They give an unvarnished truthful look at what it is like to be Cattle Ranchers, the existing financial strains combined with the increase caused by illegal immigration and the threats to their family and others.
The entire Davis family lives on the Davis Ranch 25 miles north of the Mexican border that was founded in 1867. Unfortunately, the Davis’s ranch now is being overrun by illegal aliens and drug runners. Peggy describes what life is like for her and her children and grandchildren who live on the ranch. “I spend days like a prisoner in my own home. Local ranchers like us in the rural areas of the four border-states have had our homes vandalized. Stock waters have been drained causing severe illness and death to livestock and wildlife...We are constantly vigilant and fear for the safety of ourselves and our friends and family. While numbers are down, the aliens who are crossing are extremely dangerous,” says Peggy.
A special episode of the Law Enforcement Today Radio Show and Podcast, broadcast from the rooftop at 400 North Capital Street in Washington D.C. at the annual Federation for American Immigration Reform's Feet 2 The Fire Radio Row Event.
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John J. Wiley is a retired Police Sergeant turned radio personality. He has been a full time FM Music Radio DJ since 2005. In 2017 he founded the Law Enforcement Today Podcast, with the assistance of Robert Greenberg. Within a couple months a radio station heard an episode of the podcast and asked him to create a radio version, which he did. It has been syndicated since the Spring of 2017 and has numerous affiliate radio stations across the US.