Of course, the fact that many are choosing to head home doesn’t mean that home is going to be easy, but many of the people who took a ride counting on a better job seem to have realized home is better than staying in the dangerous border towns of Mexico. However, the Tribune points out two clear exceptions. Everyone they spoke to who had fled Cuba or Venezuela planned to hold out. I suspect that’s because those people realize there is nothing for them to return to, except perhaps the risk of being punished by communist tyrannies that run those countries for leaving in the first place. Of course, the same people screaming about “concentration camps” in the US will also be outraged that “remain in Mexico” is working, but this is how we hopefully reduce the surge of migrants to a level that our over-taxed asylum system can once again handle. (Excerpt) Read more at hotair.com ... Its working with Mexico, and it seems about to spread to Guatemala, under the recent deal with them - a huge and deep double barrier. The tide has turned.