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California Moves Closer to Sanctuary State Status, Haven for Criminal Aliens

Even though I’ve heard the argument countless times that sanctuary cities make communities safer, I always shake my head in disbelief when I hear it again.

Malibu is Latest City to Claim Sanctuary Status

As a kid growing up in Los Angeles, Malibu was always my preferred weekend destination. Malibu to me meant 21 miles of individual beaches that stretch across the magnificent Pacific Coast Highway, local parks, magnificent homes, and an occasional major movie star sighting that might have included Bette Davis, Frank Sinatra or Barbara Stanwyck.

Trump’s Revised Executive Order Ignores the Commonsense Solution – Resettle Refugees Abroad

President Donald Trump’s revised, softened executive order that pauses refugee entry from six terrorist-sponsoring nations – Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Libya and Syria – and suspends the refugee resettlement admissions program for 120 days is sure to set off explosive racism and anti-Muslim charges leveled at the administration.

Easy Solution for Sanctuary Cities Facing Defunding: Stop Filing Lawsuits, Start Obeying the Law

Once again, California has made headline news in the sizzling-hot sanctuary city debate. The latest: Santa Clara County, population 1.9 million, petitioned a federal district court to block President Donald Trump from implementing his executive order that would withhold funding from sanctuary cities. Earlier this year, San Francisco filed a similar action.

A Primer on Trump’s Executive Order and Local Law Enforcement’s Role

Last month, President Trump signed an executive order that will empower some Immigration and Customs Enforcement-trained local law enforcement officers to detain illegal immigrants that they encounter in the normal course of daily duties.

‘Rogue’ ICE Agents Protecting Americans

Publicity hound Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and the Hispanic Congressional Congress are in freefall about the recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that netted about 700 deportable criminal aliens.

Obama Beats Trump to the Punch, Ends Wet Foot, Dry Foot

On January 12, President Barack Obama announced that, effective immediately, he would end the “wet foot, dry foot” policy. During Bill Clinton’s second term, a 1995 amendment to the Cuban Adjustment Act created the controversial program which allowed Cubans that made it to the mainland of the United States to remain, eventually become legal permanent residents and qualify for affirmative benefits.

In 2017, Trump Needs to Deliver on his Campaign Pledges

For the first time in history, a presidential candidate ran on a platform that espoused as its central theme immigration enforcement.

Tinkering with the Visa Waiver Program

The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) is back in the news, but this time with an encouraging note. The program which allows visitors from certain pre-approved nations to enter the United States for stays of 90 days or less without a formal visa, but with an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) pass, has been the target of increasing criticism.

Let’s Start the New Year by Resolving to be Honest about Immigration

President-elect Donald Trump was the only candidate in the 2016 race for the White House to propose securing our borders and enforcing immigration laws.