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The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: Feb. 23-March 3/Day 35-43) Week 6

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: Feb. 23-March 3/Day 35-43) Week 6

By Michael Hernandez   Thursday, Feb. 23 (Day 35): Pence says we ‘will fight for Americans every single day’ Vice President Mike Pence said that the Trump administration “will fight for Americans every single day” Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, while charging conservatives to “march forward as if it’s the most important time […]

Trump speech to Congress leaves Democrats befuddled, in ruins, with question marks

Trump speech to Congress leaves Democrats befuddled, in ruins, with question marks

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The president opened by celebrating Black History Month. Lady Democrats wore white. Donald Trump delivered the most finely-crafted speech of his political life Tuesday night in what will go down as one of the best speeches delivered to a joint session of Congress in the past two decades. He hit stirring emotional high notes. […]

The Immigration Enforcement Police State is Here

The Immigration Enforcement Police State is Here

. By Thomas L. Knapp February 7: Muhammad Ali, Jr., returning to the US from a speaking engagement in Jamaica, is detained for two hours at Florida’s Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and questioned about his name and religious beliefs. February 22: Passengers disembarking from a domestic (San Francisco to New York) flight at JFK airport […]

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Feb. 19-24) Week 5

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Feb. 19-24) Week 5

By Michael Hernandez   Sunday, Feb. 19 (Day 31): Hollywood director wants anti-Trump bias to stop “It’s fashionable now to take shots at Republicans and Trump and all that and avoid the Obamas and Clinton,” said Hollywood director Oliver Stone, while accepting the Writers Guild of America West Laurel Award, “But remember this:  In the […]

Sorry, Judge Napolitano: Immigration Isn’t “Foreign Policy”

Sorry, Judge Napolitano: Immigration Isn’t “Foreign Policy”

. By Thomas L. Knapp By the time you read this, the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit may have handed down a ruling for or against president Donald Trump’s executive order banning travel and immigration from seven countries. Two states (Washington and Minnesota) are suing to kill that order. Andrew Napolitano — […]

Immigration Enforcement Statement from VCLECC

Immigration Enforcement Statement from VCLECC

With the President’s recent immigration orders, local law enforcement leaders have received numerous inquiries about their role in enforcing immigration laws. As law enforcement leaders within Ventura County, we felt it was important to re-emphasize our longstanding practices in this area. To be very clear, Ventura County law enforcement has not historically participated in the […]

Will workplace raids, a blunt weapon in earlier illegal-immigration battles, return under Trump?

Will workplace raids, a blunt weapon in earlier illegal-immigration battles, return under Trump?

LOS ANGELES — Sara Saravia arrived in the United States in 1981 and quickly got a piece of advice: Watch out for the men in uniforms. If they catch you, you’ll find yourself back in El Salvador. One afternoon, she sat in a restaurant when three men walked in. They wore uniforms. Saravia bolted. “I […]

Congressman Lou Barletta’s bill to defund sanctuary cities

Congressman Lou Barletta’s bill to defund sanctuary cities

By Michael Cutler   Getting the new year off to a great start.     Time and again our elected political “representatives” on all levels of government have acted in ways that failed to truly represent the best interests of America and Americans. Time and again my articles have focused on my frustration and anger over how […]

If feds try to ID deportable immigrants using California data, state will block access

If feds try to ID deportable immigrants using California data, state will block access

    The illegal aliens in California may not be the brightest bulbs in the room.  They actually gave a signed statement to the DMV they are here illegally.  Yup, close to 800,000 of them did that.  Thousands more gave the UC system a signed statement they are undocumented, here illegally—in order to qualify for […]

Partisan Propaganda or Facts?

Partisan Propaganda or Facts?