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For the past two months, a campaign orchestrated by national anti-immigrant hate group the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) and its legal arm the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) has mobilized a small but vocal group of activists hell-bent on pushing city council members in Orange County, and other parts of southern California, to take a stance against the state’s sanctuary policies.
The individuals behind the National Constitutional Citizens of Patriotic Americans (NCCPA) are at it again.
Parts of southern California have become a recent flashpoint of opposition to the state’s broader “sanctuary” policies.
'Free speech' provocateur has built a militia-flavored political career while attracting even more extreme elements, but state GOP officials remain mum about his prospects.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions' ideologically driven decision today to bypass the immigration courts and decide himself to remove another avenue of relief for immigrants undermines due process and the rule of law.
President Trump said at a conference on sanctuary cities this week: “These are not people. These are animals.”
When Victor came to the U.S. from Guatemala, he was eager to attend high school so he could study his favorite subjects – science and math – and prepare for a career in engineering, technology, medicine, or some other field where he could make good use of his talents.
In the weeks leading up to a mass shooting at a music festival in Las Vegas in October, Stephen Craig Paddock was becoming angry.
Words matter. Heated political rhetoric, especially derogatory language toward groups of people, can create all kinds of unintended consequences, including sometimes physical violence.