Calif. No. 1 for Immigration Case Backlog

A favored deception of immigration advocates is that America needs to “fix its broken...

Joe Guzzardi

Calif. Taxpayers Reach into Wallet Again, This Time for Insurance for Minor Aliens

In 2014, a poll conducted by the immigrant advocacy group California Endowment claimed that a...

Joe Guzzardi

AAAS WIELDS THE CENSOR’S HAMMER ON U.S. POPULATION ISSUES

Emeritus professor of biology at San Diego State University, Fellow of AAAS, and president of...

Stuart Hurlbert

The Bots Threaten Chicken Little Jobs

The robots keep coming. In spite of economic Chicken Littles who warn constantly of impending labor...

John Vinson

CAPS Position on Health Care Coverage

CAPS firmly believes that working Americans are entitled to health insurance coverage for contraception.  A case now before the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether private corporations can obtain an exemption from the Contraceptive Mandate of the Affordable Care Act. While we support everyone's right to their own beliefs, we do not believe that employers should be able to deprive their employees of health care coverage for birth control.

Virginia lawmakers push to hold sanctuary cities liable for illegals’ crimes

The Virginia House bill, written by Delegate Robert G. Marshall, Prince William Republican, would allow victims of sanctuary city policies to claim compensation from the state's criminal injuries fund. That bill passed on a 68-29 vote, with three Democrats joining Republicans in approving the bill. (Associated Press)        

Stephen Dinan and Anjali Shastry
February 8, 2016

After recent ICE raids, sanctuary movement grows for immigrants here illegally

Cincy Carcamo
February 8, 2016
Los Angeles Times

Rev. Fred Morris is familiar with violence in Latin America.
Morris, currently leading North Hills United Methodist Church, survived detention and torture at the hands of Brazil's military dictatorship in 1974.

California of the Dark Ages

I recently took a few road trips longitudinally and latitudinally across California. The state bears little to no resemblance to what I was born into. In a word, it is now a medieval place of lords and peasants—and few in between.

Dry California - All the leaves are brown

January 30, 2016
The Economist

Even torrential rain brought by El Niño may not end California’s drought,

Laid-off IT workers muzzled as H-1B debate heats up

Patrick Thibodeau
January 28, 2016
Computer World

In the office and in Congress, IT workers are fighting back -- often in silence.

Lawsuits Claim Disney Colluded to Replace U.S. Workers With Immigrants

Leo Perrero was laid off a year ago from his technology job at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Credit Brian Blanco for The New York Times
Julia Preston
January 25, 2016
New York Times

Immigration prosecutions drop 36%, detaining illegals in jail down 2/3rds

Paul Bedard
January 24, 2016

Washington Examiner

Criminal prosecution of immigration offenses over the past five years is down 36 percent, and the once-successful program of detaining illegal immigrants in state and local jails is in free fall, down by two-thirds, according reports from two federal agencies.

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