CAPS Articles

California, Mexico Double Team Trump to Thwart President’s Immigration Goals

Joe Guzzardi
March 13, 2017
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California and Mexico, acting separately but with similar goals, are on a fast track to subvert President Trump’s commitment to federal immigration law enforcement.

California Lawmakers Want to Provide Attorneys to Immigrants Facing Deportation. But Who Gets the Help?

Jazmine Ulloa
March 2, 2017
Los Angeles Times

Flustered and out of money, Maria paced through the empty aisles of a Marshalls department store in Orange County three days before her son’s eighth-grade graduation. She picked out a pair of black dress shoes for him and a crisp, gray long-sleeved shirt.

Then, she clumsily stuffed them in her large purse and attempted to walk out.

Immigration Foes Have Roots In Population Control, Report

Lynette Holloway
March 1, 2017
News One

While eliciting boos from Democrats, Trump's immigration orders likely elicited cheers from some deep-pocketed foes.

Everything Trump says seems possible

Joe Guzzardi
February 27, 2017
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Tulsa World 
Arizona Republic

President Donald Trump is the world’s most famous man. That’s the conclusion that astronomer and science humorist Eric Schulman made according to a metric he developed using AltaVista to find webpage mentions for high-visibility individuals.

CPAC attendees give A+ to Trump, but reservations remain

Eliza Collins
February 24, 2017
USA Today

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — The crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday have all found something from President Trump’s first month in office to be excited about. But many are still on guard for what’s to come.