sanctuary cities

New Report: California Ranks among Nation’s Lowest in State Infrastructure Spending

Visual Capitalist is a Canadian-based research firm that relies on data visualization and infographics to develop and showcase its analytical research. According to its recent findings, California ranks 33rd in state infrastructure spending. The state that needs to spend the most on upgrades – California – should be at the top of the list.

Sanctuary Mayors to DHS Secretary Kelly: ‘Don’t Look at Us’

Earlier this week, Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly met with a group of sanctuary city mayors who brazenly denied their noncooperation with federal immigration officials. The mayors and police chiefs that also attended insisted that they’re working diligently with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

California’s Collapsing Infrastructure

Wall of Debt = $443 billion. Sacramento Doesn’t Care, Demands Sanctuary State Legislation

California Moves Closer to Sanctuary State Status, Haven for Criminal Aliens

Even though I’ve heard the argument countless times that sanctuary cities make communities safer, I always shake my head in disbelief when I hear it again.

New York's Suffolk County Reverses its Sanctuary Policy

In the first of what will be many reversals of sanctuary city policies, Suffolk County (N.Y.) Sheriff Vincent DeMarco said that his jurisdiction will no longer require a judge’s order before detaining inmates wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for possible deportation.

California’s Sanctuary Advocates, Leaders and Lawyers Need Refresher Courses

Here’s a partial list of California’s most high-powered sanctuary city advocates:

  1. Governor Jerry Brown, J.D. Yale Law School

  2. Attorney General and Senate-bound Kamala Harris, J.D. University of California, Hastings College of the Law

  3. Incoming Attorney General Designate Xavier Becerra, J.D. Stanford Law School

  4. University of California President Janet Napolitano, J.D. University of Virginia

  5. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, J.D. University of California, Berkeley.

California Assembly at it Again – This Time to Preserve Aliens’ Sanctuary Status

In California’s latest attempt to dismantle federal immigration law, last month California State Assemblymember Rob Bonta introduced AB 2792.

A Grieving Father Continues to Wonder Why Feds Won’t End Sanctuary Cities

On April 27, I was a guest on the Jamiel Shaw Radio Show. On March 2, 2008, Shaw’s son, Jamiel II or “Jas” as he was known to his family and friends, was murdered in broad daylight only three houses away from his home.

Wisconsin Legislators Wise Up to Public Safety Threats of Sanctuary Cities

Immigration enforcement advocates got good news from Wisconsin recently. The State Assembly passed a bill that would end sanctuary city policies. According to the new bill, local governments that block law enforcement officers from sharing the immigration status of persons charged with a crime could have their state aid reduced anywhere from $500 to $5,000 for each day they refuse to cooperate with the law.

Orders of Deportation (Removal) = Orders of Protection for Americans

Time and again the open borders anarchists complain bitterly that deporting illegal aliens, including those with criminal histories, rips families apart. They equate the enforcement of our immigration laws with a lack of compassion and fairness.

It is time to lay waste to these false and misleading claims.