The Latest on California’s Sanctuary State Law---Encouraging News

California Referendum Process Dates Back to 1911. For the millions of Californians opposed...

Joe Guzzardi

Limiting Access in America to Family Planning Has a High Cost

In a 163-page rule-changing document, “Religious Exemptions and Accommodations for Coverage...

Maria Fotopoulos

Steinle Trial Moves forward, but Congressional Anti-Sanctuary Bills Remain Stuck in Swamp

Testimony begins in San Francisco Sanctuary City, Kate Steinle Trial. Last week, the...

Joe Guzzardi

Refugee Resettlement Declining, Helpful in Slowing U.S. Population Growth

U.S. Fertility at all-time low. Recently released State Department data showed that in...

Joe Guzzardi

Illegal Border Crossings Spiked 27 Percent in May

Associated Press

New stats show apprehensions by U.S. CBP increased for the first time since Trump took office in January

 

On Father’s Day, Grieving Dads Wonder Why Sanctuary Cities Protected Their Children’s Killers

By Joe Guzzardi
June 9, 2017
 
For thousands of dads, Father’s Day is a sad reminder of the children they’ve lost because, for decades, the federal government has refused to secure the border or enforce immigration laws. As a result, innocent lives have been forever lost, and grieving families are left to wonder why the government has been so consistently remiss for so long.

Grieving Dad Asks President Trump To Withhold Federal Funds From Sanctuary Cities In New TV Ad

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Joe Guzzardi
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GRIEVING DAD ASKS PRESIDENT TRUMP TO WITHHOLD FEDERAL FUNDS
FROM SANCTUARY CITIES IN NEW TV AD

Dad’s Request Comes As Governor Brown Prepares To Sign Legislation
Making California A Sanctuary State 

                                                               
SAN FRANCISCO (May 31, 2017) – Today Don Rosenberg, father of the deceased Drew Rosenberg, and Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched TV commercials in the Sacramento area asking President Trump to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities like San Francisco. The TV ads are scheduled to run for several weeks.

California: The state where people don’t move

IRS data for 2015 shows 207,861 tax filers — a good estimate of households — from other states lived in California the year before. We may miss those old relatives or friends, but they add up to only 1.48 percent of 14 million California filings. Only Michigan had a lower exits-to-population ratio. (Images compiled from Wikimedia Commons)

More states follow Trump's assault on 'sanctuary cities'

Many cities across the U.S. identify as sanctuary cities, despite President Trump's threat to withhold federal funds.
Here's a closer look at what that label means. USA TODAY NETWORK

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