CAPS Articles

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.

Santa Barbara Group Finds New Life Under Trump

Tyler Hayden
February 23, 2017
Santa Barbara Independent

Californians for Population Stabilization Aim to Win the Numbers Game

California Today: The State’s Hate Landscape

Mike McPhate
February 22, 2017
New York Times

California appeared to witness a rise in hate last year.

In 2016, the state was home to 79 organizations with animus toward blacks, whites, immigrants, Muslims and other groups, according to a new report by the Southern Poverty Law Center, an Alabama-based group that tracks extremism. That’s up from 68 the year before.

California Group Attacks Flake On Gang Of Eight, Immigration

Lauren Gilger
February 21, 2017
KJZZ - 91.5 FM All Things Considered

You might have seen an ad on TV lately here in Arizona questioning whether U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake is really willing to work with President Donald Trump on immigration.

President Trump is Right: Americans Should Come First

Joe Guzzardi
February 17, 2017
Intersections (A Publication from the Office of the State Treasurer, California)

In recent weeks, President Donald Trump’s immigration executive actions have dominated the news cycle. Nothing has created more furor than Trump’s order to impose temporary restrictions on refugee resettlement.

Joe Guzzardi: Left Coast and left-wing judges don't love Trump's immigration regulations, but America does

Joe Guzzardi
February 16, 2017
Tulsa World

Jay Sekulow, chief council for the American Center for Law and Justice, has a solution for President Donald Trump’s troubles with the radically left 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Like Obama said, immigration hurts American workers

Joe Guzzardi
February 16, 2017
USA Today
The Jackson Sun

I admit right up front that when the subject is immigration, I’m what the media loves to call a “hardliner.” When or why journalists came to embrace hardliner as their preferred word to describe Americans who believe in enforcing immigration law, I’m not sure. But I’m certain that reporters and their editors rarely miss an opportunity to use the pejorative hardliner in a not-too-subtle attempt to condemn those of us who feel that laws must be obeyed.