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From sanctuary cities to a sanctuary nation

It’s not too hard to imagine what immigration enforcement would look like under President Hillary Clinton. If allowing 200,000 criminal aliens to escape deportation sounds like a good idea to you, you should be wearing a Hillary for President button.…

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Sanctuary Cities and the ‘Rule of Law’

We have had much to say in the last few years about the “Rule through and under the law”. It is the very basis of why our society works. Without the security of our property, there is no valid reason to build a small business, invest, or in truth do almost any of the things […]

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Immigration issue a winner in 2016 unless RINOs screw it up

Based on the “hands-off” reaction to Donald Trump’s recent comments on the subject, it’s no mystery that GOP insiders think that presidential candidates who oppose immigration, whether legal or illegal, will lose any chance of winning in 2016. But recent polling from several sources seem to indicate that the issue is actually a winning one. Are you listening Karl Rove? Some of the most notable numbers are: A Reuters poll found Americans, by an almost 3 to 1 margin, wish to see immigration reduced, not increased; 45 percent want to see a reduction while 17 percent want to see an increase. 38% wanted no change. 63 percent said immigrants are a burden on the economy. 70 percent believed illegal immigration threatens traditional U.S. beliefs and customs. Gallup found 60 percent are dissatisfied with the level of immigration into the country today; an increase from 2014. A Pew poll showed 69 percent want to restrict and control immigration rates. That included 72 percent of whites, 66 percent of blacks, and 59 percent of Hispanics. Interestingly, at a press conference yesterday, Press Secretary Josh Earnest refused to comment on the murder of Kate Steinle, who was killed by a seven-time felon illegal […]

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