August 2017 E-Newsletter

CAPS eNews and Action

The wider world has heard: America has the right and intention to maintain its territorial integrity, just like any other country! Part two is following through, implementing a number of measures to end illegal immigration and significantly cut legal migration back down to sustainable levels. We have no time to waste.

In California politicians remain committed to principles -
 the wrong ones. Promoting mass migration, growth, and sprawl runs counter to their supposedly shared care for our environment and communities' livability.

And now, Sacramento is attempting to take the suicidal sanctuary status statewide, putting citizens last and inevitably undermining the national immigration system as a whole.

Adding to the craziness, in June the City of San Francisco settled a lawsuit for its rare deportation of a criminal alien, paying him a whopping $190,000... 

CAPS' Latest Social Media Campaign

"There's no place like other peoples' homes!" Check out our latest social media video campaign 
for a satirical take on the sanctuary madness.



Take action, signing the Petition alongside our video, and then by clicking here tell your Senators to give their support to both the "No Sanctuary for Criminals Act" and "Kate's Law" -  important pieces of legislation that passed in the House already!

Let's end this policy that truly inhabits the moral low-ground...

Another Win at the National Level

The Supreme Court rejected substantial components of the lower court injunction on President Trump's travel ban and partial freeze on refugee resettlement in the US. We know that being able to help 12 times as many deserving people in their home region is the most
compassionate action and it makes sense to also limit difficult-to-vet entrants from Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Syria, Libya, Somalia and Yemen, identified by the Obama administration as harboring dangerous terrorists.

With the President-endorsed new
RAISE Act, immigration reform maintains its hold on the main stage, sharing the time-sensitive spotlight with sanctuary policies, and renewing our hope and vigor here at CAPS that we are making a difference with your generous participation on the Advocacy,  Giving and Legislative Action fronts.

So, we might be able to regulate our borders in the national interest after all? What a thought.

Let's not allow precious time to slip away. Hold your local and national politicians accountable and keep contributing to the conversation.


CAPS will continue to call for an end to the fundamentally unfair system of mass migration that makes much harder our already huge challenge of running a well-functioning country of 330 million people.

With determination,

 
 


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