Monthly Archives: September, 2017

California Bill Protecting Immigrants Closer to Approval View previous topic View next topic Go down

California Democrats approved a “sanctuary state” bill Saturday that would limit how local and state police can interact with federal immigration agents. Continue reading →
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California legislature tries to force Trump to release tax returns

I say Californication, take that notion and shove it where the sun don’t shine. Personal taxes are private. the dipstick Demonrats of Californication are trying to pass state legislation that will force Trump or any other candidate for President to release there last 5 years of income tax forms. Otherwise, they are ineligible to run. So what this means folks, Demonrats want only their fellow cohorts in crime, to be able to run. Continue reading →

Jeff Sessions can’t withhold grant money from sanctuary cities, judge rules

A federal judge in Chicago has ruled Attorney General Jeff Sessions can’t withhold public grant money from so-called sanctuary cities for refusing to follow federal immigration policies. Continue reading →

Nikki Haley to North Korea: ‘No problem’ letting Mattis deal with you

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley warned North Korea on Friday that she is more than willing to let Defense Secretary Jim Mattis deal with the nuclear threat from Pyongyang if sanctions do not work. Continue reading →

ICE arrests nearly 450 illegal immigrants in sanctuary city raids

Thursday as part of a massive illegal immigration sweep, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that officials this week arrested nearly 500 illegal immigrants living in sanctuary cities across the country.

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Cities across the country allowing non-citizens to vote

This week a small Maryland city drew national attention for allowing non-citizens including illegal immigrants to cast ballots in local elections – but it’s just the latest municipality to do so, in a trend that has some worried the changing definition of ‘voter’ could erode what it means to be a citizen. Continue reading →

Trump Says ‘No Deal’ Was Reached With Democrats to Extend DACA

Thursday President Trump said that there was no deal with Democrats yet to extend protections for so-called “Dreamers,” but the president pleaded with congressional leaders to reach one, while he vowed to push ahead with his border wall “later.” Continue reading →

Graham threatens to subpoena Comey, as pressure mounts to clear up Clinton case confusion

Thursday, Sen. Lindsey Graham threatened to subpoena James Comey, in the latest escalation in Republicans’ effort to haul back the former FBI director to Capitol Hill so he can address alleged discrepancies in his testimony about the Hillary Clinton email case. Continue reading →

DOJ refusing to let FBI staffers speak to Senate investigators, amid Comey questions

The DOJ is refusing to let top FBI staffers be interviewed by Senate investigators, who want to ask questions about details surrounding the controversial firing of former FBI director James Comey and other issues. Continue reading →

*’Pay-to-play’ at Clinton State Department exposed in new emails

Thursday, a conservative watchdog group said newly disclosed emails expose fresh examples of “pay to play” at the Clinton State Department. The emails, from Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s account, were among 1,600 documents turned over by the State Department in connection with Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. Continue reading →