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Biden caves to pressure from locals, resumes border wall construction
President Biden will resume work on President Trump’s border wall. The Biden administration would retrieve the equipment and materials that had been abandoned at the US-Mexico border and, at the request of Republican governors, will use them to build the barrier that Trump supporters had hoped for.
The Army Corps of Engineers has reported to Fox News that work on a 13.4-mile stretch of the border wall in the Rio Grande Valley will resume.
During a recent visit to the border, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz said that the conditions were “a dereliction of duty. It is deliberate. It is endangering the people of my home state of Texas and endangering people all across the country. It is unacceptable. It is inhumane. It is wrong.”
Terrorists gained access to holes in the wall that were left when the government stopped building. Materials and vehicles were left littering sections of the border.
Despite abuses by human traffickers and smugglers, the White House has dismissed calls to strengthen the border.
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The amazing reason a high school student donated his college savings
After receiving a full-ride scholarship to Southeast Missouri State University, a Missouri high school senior is donating his college savings to another student.
Joshua Nelson, a senior at St. Charles West High School, was chosen as one of only five students to receive the university’s coveted President’s Scholarship. Nelson wanted to give the $1,000 he had saved for college to another student in need now that his college tuition had been paid for.
“I really thought it was important to give back to my community that poured in so much to me,” Nelson said.
Nelson’s one-time gift is just the beginning. In order to continue helping others, the 18-year-old founded The Joshua Nelson Leaders in Action Scholarship.
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