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Sanctuary State Signs Pop Up on California Highways for the New Year: “Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome!”

Sanctuary State Signs Pop Up on California Highways for the New Year: “Felons, Illegals and MS13 Welcome!”

By Jim Hoft | Originally published in Gateway Pundit Anonymous Street artists moved out to highways once again to ring in the new year by posting messages to the “Welcome to California” highway signs. The signs were put up north of Lake Havasu, Arizona, Primm, Nevada and on Highway 95 in California and read “OFFICIAL […]

Commentary: Los Angeles Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission and the Sanctuary State Bill

Commentary: Los Angeles Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission and the Sanctuary State Bill

. By Michael Greer Last month I went to downtown LA for the Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission meeting to support Sheriff McDonnell and his opposition to SB54 (Sanctuary State Bill).  The month before the committee had not said the Pledge of Allegiance because Rabbi Beth Chadashim objected to it as a violation of the separation of […]

Trump pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Trump pardons Sheriff Joe Arpaio

By George Miller Today, President Donald Trump pardoned six-time elected former Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  He had been convicted of a misdemeanor by a federal judge (who refused his right to trial by jury and more). At the age of 85 and over a half century of valuable government service in public safety, […]

AFA focuses on decline of California, what to do about it

By George Miller Sunday, August 20, 2017, at the AFA (American Freedom Alliance) “From Gold to Dust: The Destruction of California“ event, I watched about two dozen of the finest Conservative speakers in CA summarize the state of the state’s destruction, via segments on education, environmental extremism, hyper-regulation, illegal aliens, and corrupt/wrongheaded politics. Each segment’s description […]

Cops Worry Phoenix PD Sanctuary Policy Change Will Lead to Explosion of Violence

Cops Worry Phoenix PD Sanctuary Policy Change Will Lead to Explosion of Violence

by ROBERT ARCE PHOENIX, Arizona — There is concern among Phoenix police officers that proposed changes by the city’s police department to restrict officers from contacting immigration authorities will lead to an explosion in gang violence similar to the one that gripped the city in the 80’s and 90’s. In recent weeks, Phoenix officials have been discussing […]

Op-Ed: California may have just boosted Trump’s chances of winning in 2020

Op-Ed: California may have just boosted Trump’s chances of winning in 2020

    By Stephen Frank California is so crazy, Trump can use its policies to show what would happen if a Democrat beat him in 2020.  What more taxes—in April the Democrats raised gas taxes by $5.2 billion a year and a few days ago Brown and the GOP Assembly Leader Mayes approved a 63 […]

Oxnard residents discuss pros and cons of Sanctuary City declaration

Oxnard residents discuss pros and cons of Sanctuary City declaration

By George Miller It wasn’t on the agenda, but about 40 Oxnard residents were at the 2-28-17 Oxnard Council meeting to support that Oxnard should be a “Sanctuary City.”  What is A Sanctuary City? It is a jurisdiction that shields residents from law enforcement action to address the presence of illegal aliens. About 18 people spoke in […]

Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

By Dan Pinedo Oxnard, CA National Public Radio station KCRW of Santa Monica, California presented a forum on undocumented immigrants at Oxnard College on January 25, 2017. The forum entailed, Undocumented Under Trump was attended by about a hundred people and was broadcast live. Event Video by Dan Pinedo Award-winning public radio host and host […]

Brief Filed Supporting Attempt to Require Proof of Citizenship for Voter Registration

Brief Filed Supporting Attempt to Require Proof of Citizenship for Voter Registration

Fish v. Kobach (Read brief here) On July 8, 2016, our firm filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in support of State of Kansas’s attempts to prevent illegal aliens from voting. Our brief was the only brief filed supporting efforts by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach […]

Concealing the Facts on Refugee Resettlement

Concealing the Facts on Refugee Resettlement

Michael Cutler October 1, 2015 A case study on how the media and duplicitous politicians hide the truth from the public. The 9/11 Commission was clear in its findings and warnings that for the most part, nearly all terrorists who had been identified by the 9/11 Commission had not run the US/Mexican border but had been […]

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