Joe Guzzardi

California Moves Further Left; Sacramento Ignores Citizens, Promotes Illegal Immigration

By Joe Guzzardi
February 8, 2016
People outside California often have a hard time grasping how poisonous the state’s political atmosphere is. In his recent testimony to the Public Safety Commission, Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de Leon made it abundantly clear just how far conditions have come undone.

By Harboring Criminal Aliens, Sanctuary City Mayors Risk Billions of Funding Dollars

By Joe Guzzardi
February 6, 2017
Through their defiance, mayors who govern the nation’s sanctuary cities are gambling on a long shot dice roll. At stake, according to American Transparency (, is nearly $27 billion in federal funds. America has more than 300 jurisdictions that have proclaimed sanctuary status. Among those 300-plus are 106 cities with the balance made up of states and counties.

Trump’s Post-Berkeley Options to Restore Sanity to a Campus Gone Insane

By Joe Guzzardi
February 3, 2017
The outrage industry marches on. The latest and most egregious occurred at the University of California Berkeley. In response to a conservative speaker’s scheduled appearance, students and outsider left-wing activists teamed up to carry out violent mob attacks that included property destruction, fire, pepper-spraying and throwing paint at bystanders. The Berkeley campus police, presumably with UC Chancellor Janet Napolitano’s approval, were given a stand-down order, which meant that the rioters could continue their mayhem mostly unchecked. To date, among the hundreds of mutineers, police arrested only three men, none affiliated with the university.

Shakespeare to Anti-Trumpsters: ‘Thou Dost Protest Too Much’

By Joe Guzzardi
February 1, 2017
President Donald J. Trump has a strategy so brilliant that it’s tied his many naysayers up in knots. By signing within mere days a series of executive actions that will restore order to an out-of-control immigration system, Trump dizzied his most outspoken opponents.

Trump: Keeping the Nation Safe Requires Tough Action

By Joe Guzzardi
January 30, 2017
Throughout his campaign and during his first days in the White House, President Donald Trump has insisted that most of the media is dishonest. Nothing provides greater evidence than the hysterical reporting surrounding Trump’s recent executive order to restrict refugees’ travel from seven nations, previously identified by President Obama as countries with terrorist ties. Often incorrectly described in print and on air as a “Muslim ban,” Trump’s order, “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States,” puts Americans’ safety ahead of a dysfunctional refugee program.

Mexico Meets Its Match: Donald J. Trump

By Joe Guzzardi
January 27, 2017
For decades, Mexico has run roughshod over the United States, and brazenly undermined American sovereignty. Little wonder then that Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, threw a hissy fit when Donald Trump announced that the U.S. would build the border wall, and that Mexico would pay for it. Since Mexico has no experience dealing with administrations that put America first instead of kowtowing to it, Peña Nieto canceled his planned White House meeting with Trump scheduled for next week.

Trump’s DACA Dalliance Disappoints Base

By Joe Guzzardi
January 25, 2017
On the Monday of Donald Trump’s first full week in office, the president immediately made good on several of his campaign promises. Among other actions, Trump withdrew the United States from the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership and instituted a federal hiring freeze except for military personnel. A day later, Trump met with chief executive officers from the Big Three auto companies – Ford, General Motors and Fiat Chrysler – and, as he did with TPP, continued to focus on his signature issue, bringing jobs back to America.

Wild DC Weekend Overshadows Trump’s Promises to Forgotten Americans

By Joe Guzzardi
January 23, 2017

What a weekend! On Friday, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts gave the oath of presidential office to Donald J. Trump. The decorum and dignity of the Inauguration of the 45th United States President overrode protesting on Friday, which included children, criminal looting and lewd language.

On Immigration, No 100-Day Honeymoon for Trump

By Joe Guzzardi
January 20, 2017
Since day one of President Donald Trump’s campaign that began 18 months ago, America’s immigration enforcement advocates, tens of millions strong, cheered him on. But now that Trump is in the White House, those same supporters are nervous about what the newly sworn in president may – or may not – do.

In Pointless Mission, anti-Trump Protestors Head to DC

By Joe Guzzardi
January 18, 2017
Memo to the Donald Trump protestors: you’re wasting your time, and hurting your chances of developing a good relationship with a man who can help you enormously in the future – the United States President.