CAPS Articles

California's legal majority has little representation

Joe Guzzardi
February 14, 2017
The Jackson Sun

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.

San Jose, San Francisco among areas with largest undocumented immigrant populations

Tatiana Sanchez
February 10, 2017
Mercury News

San Francisco and San Jose are among 20 metropolitan regions with the largest populations of undocumented residents in the United States, according to a first-of-its-kind report by the Pew Research Center.

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

Joe Guzzardi
February 11, 2017
As seen in:
GOPUSA

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.

TV ad attacks Sen. Jeff Flake over his pro-reform immigration record

David Nowicki
February 9, 2017
Arizona Republic
 

An anti-immigration group has launched an television ad in Arizona suggesting that Sen. Jeff Flake, an immigration-reform supporter, might undermine President Donald Trump's agenda.

Though not a campaign ad, Californians for Population Stabilization, based in Santa Barbara, takes aim at Flake, a freshman senator, as his 2018 re-election cycle gets going.

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

Joe Guzzardi
February 7, 2017
GOPUSA
 

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 a few people, none affiliated with the university.

Shakespeare to Anti-Trumpsters: 'Thou Dost Protest Too Much'

By Joe Guzzardi
February 6, 2017
As seen in:
GOPUSA

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.

Mexico Meets Its Match in Donald Trump

By Joe Guzzardi
February 5, 2017
As seen in: 
Noozhawk

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 President Donald Trump announced that the United States would build the border
wall, and that Mexico would pay for it.

Keeping the Nation Safe Requires Tough Action

By Joe Guzzardi
January 31, 2017
As seen in:
USA Today
The Tidewater News
Cagle Syndicate

The Jackson Sun
The Baxter Bulletin
Daily Sun



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...



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...

Trump's travel ban puts plans on hold

By Tom Kisken
January 30, 2017
As seen in:
Ventura County Star


Farhad Maghsoudi came to America 35 years ago because it was the land of opportunity.

A native of Iran, he married and built a business here. His dream was realized.

LA Mayor Vows to Defend 'Sanctuary' Policy at All Costs

By Brendan Kirby
January 26, 2017
As seen in:
LifeZette


Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti vowed Thursday to fight President Trump’s executive order targeting “sanctuary cities,” including legal challenges and using taxpayer funds to provide lawyers to illegal immigrants.

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