CAPS Articles

‘Angel Dad’ Asks Trump to Hold Funds from Sanctuary Cities in Ad.

John Binder
June 2, 2017
Breitbart News

In a new ad pushing back against sanctuary cities, a father whose son was killed by an illegal alien pleads with President Donald Trump to withhold funding to California until such policies are reversed in the state.

Don Rosenberg, known as an ‘angel dad,’ a term used for the parents of American children murdered by illegal aliens, tells the story of his son, Drew Rosenberg.

As Sanctuary City Defunding Deadline Nears, California’s Criticism against Trump Ratchets Up

Joe Guzzardi
June 2, 12017
Eureka Times Standard

California’s Senate President Kevin de Leon is playing a dangerous game of chicken with President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions over the state’s criminal aliens’ sanctuary status.

Grieving Father Stars In TV Ad Slamming Sanctuary City Policies

Emily Turner
May 31, 2017
CBS - San Francisco Bay Area

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — A grieving father takes to the airwaves, to slam sanctuary cities.

Don Rosenberg blames San Francisco’s immigration policy for the death of his son Drew. In new TV ads, he’s taking aim at sanctuary cities everywhere.

Praising Trump on immigration

Joe Guzzardi
May 24, 2017
The Jackson Sun
Fort Madison Daily Democrat
Pocono Record
Herald Standard

A promise to my readers: the following column will not include an analysis of the doomsday scenario surrounding President Trump’s firing of James Comey, special prosecutor Robert Mueller’s appointment to investigate the administration’s alleged ties to Russia, the Michael Flynn case or the farfetched suggestion that the president is on the verge of impeachment. Go to the mainstream media to read more of those overwrought, dramatically blown-out-of-proportion stories.

Finding value in coyotes

Maria Fotopoulos
May 22, 2017
Santa Fe New Mexican

Over a chilly weekend earlier this year in Pennsylvania, thousands of shooters participated in the Mosquito Creek Coyote Hunt, a “killing contest.” Now in its 26th year, this year’s event offered $46,000 in prize money ($10 entry fee multiplied by 4,660 entrants) for the “right” to take a coyote life. This is one of more than 20 staged assaults against coyotes in Pennsylvania. Nationwide, there are many sponsored slaughters throughout the year that, without reason, wipe out wildlife.

Data Suggest ‘Sanctuary’ Policies Impeding ICE Arrests

Brendan Kirby
May 22, 2017

Illegal-alien apprehensions surge in areas with strong local cooperation, decline in San Francisco

Immigration arrests jumped more than a third during President Donald Trump’s first 100 days compared with the same period last year, but statistics requested by LifeZette show wide geographic variation.

‘President’ Kushner’s Company Cozies up to Chinese Investors, Touts Visa Scam

Joe Guzzardi
May 16, 2017
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Mansfield Journal

At a glitzy Beijing Ritz-Carlton event earlier this month, Jared Kushner’s sister, Nicole Kushner Meyer, urged potential investors to secure their EB-5 visa promptly before its loosey-goosey requirements and generous benefits get tightened. Known among immigration skeptics as the citizenship-for-sale visa, the EB-5 has a long, ugly and fraud-ridden history.