A 'radical shift' at the border is making things tougher for Biden
There's a major detail missing from many conversations about the rising number of migrants coming to the US-Mexico border.
Decades ago, the vast majority of migrants attempting to cross the border between ports of entry were Mexican. A few years ago, most came from the Central American countries known as the Northern Triangle: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.
But now, according to Border Patrol statistics, the number of people coming from outside those places -- from countries such as Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua and Venezuela -- is growing fast.
David Bier calls...