Donald Trump spent Wednesday afternoon meeting with local legislators and other elected officials for a thoughtful, calm, and nuanced discussion on California’s sanctuary laws that...yeah, duh, of course he didn’t. The whole thing was a racist nightmare, the lowlights of which are almost too numerous to count.
Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams is trailing badly in the polls. Perhaps that’s why he has now unveiled a “deportation bus” that he plans to drive around the state as a way to drum up attention for himself.
A federal appeals court in Chicago on Thursday upheld an injunction blocking the Justice Department from requiring that local law enforcement agencies comply with federal immigration rules if they wanted to receive federal grant money.
The Southern California city of Los Alamitos desperately needs your GoFundMe donations to fund its crusade against sanctuary laws.
Laura Ingraham is at it again. On last night’s episode of her Fox News show, she invited John Cox, a Republican candidate for governor of California, and Enrique Morones, founder of immigration reform and human rights organization Border Angels, for what she deemed a “spirited” debate on the topic of sanctuary cities.
Less than a week before he won Virginia’s gubernatorial election last November in an unexpected landslide, Gov. Ralph Northam was asked by Norfolk TV station WAVY if he would sign a bill to ban sanctuary cities in Virginia. “If that bill comes to my desk, I sure will,” Northam said, despite having cast a tie-breaking…
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department in Southern California began this week to publicly post the date and time that inmates will be released in an explicit attempt to make it easier for federal authorities to catch immigrants.
The sheriff in Santa Clara, CA, has acknowledged that her staff “mistakenly” allowed federal deportation officers to enter the city’s jail to interview four inmates—a violation of the statewide sanctuary law that restricts local law enforcement from cooperating in deportation efforts.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday wound up unintentionally clarifying why the federal government is suing the state of California during a speech delivered on Wednesday to members of the California Peace Officers Association.
The Trump administration made its most aggressive assault on cities that shield undocumented immigrants on Tuesday night by filing the paperwork to sue the state of California over its sanctuary city laws.
It’s tough to say what’s worse about Florida Republican Richard Corcoran’s new campaign ad. Is it the racist portrayal of immigrants as wild, unrepentant killers of white women? Or is it the fact that Corcoran, who is the Speaker of the Florida House and is widely expected to run for governor, is trying to ban…
The Department of Justice sent nearly two dozen letters Wednesday to cities and counties across the country—ranging from Jackson, Mississippi and West Palm Beach, Florida to the states of Illinois and Oregon—threatening to issue subpoenas if those jurisdictions don’t provide the DOJ with documents proving that they…
On Tuesday, Thomas Homan, the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, gave Neil Cavuto a newsworthy interview on Fox News. During a discussion of sanctuary cities, Homan pushed a ridiculous idea: local government officials in charge of said sanctuary cities should face criminal penalties. “We’ve…
A jury found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty in the death of Kate Steinle on Thursday—she was killed in San Francisco two years ago.
On Monday night, a federal judge described President Trump’s executive order attempting to defund sanctuary cities as “unconstitutional on its face” and permanently blocked its implementation.
On Wednesday, a federal judge ruled that the Justice Department couldn’t withhold funding from Philadelphia simply because of its status as a sanctuary city.
Ralph Northam, a Democrat running for governor in Virginia, reversed his position on sanctuary cities in an interview released Wednesday.
South Carolina may not have a single sanctuary city within its borders, but that’s not stopping Republican Governor Henry McMaster from backing a harsh anti-immigrant measure to force local communities into cooperating with state and federal immigration officials, whether they want to or not.