Op Ed: Victims of Sanctuary City Policies Deserve Justice

Op Ed: Victims of Sanctuary City Policies Deserve Justice

Let’s just start with a statement of fact: sanctuary city policies threaten the safety of American citizens. In June, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released a list of criminal illegal aliens that were allowed back into their sanctuary communities by local officials. One such criminal is Rosalio Ramos-Romas, a Hondurian citizen who was deported four times before authorities arrested him in Washington State in October 2017.

Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act Gives Victims Recourse Against Sanctuary Jurisdictions

Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities Act Gives Victims Recourse Against Sanctuary Jurisdictions

Imagine losing a loved one in a terrible crime or accident only to learn the perpetrator responsible could have been imprisoned or deported had local law enforcement officials reported the illegal alien to ICE for previous offenses?

Ted Budd Introduces Bill That Would Allow Victims Of Crimes By Illegal Immigrants To Sue Sanctuary Cities

Ted Budd Introduces Bill That Would Allow Victims Of Crimes By Illegal Immigrants To Sue Sanctuary Cities

Republican North Carolina Rep. Ted Budd introduced a bill Thursday that would allow victims of crimes perpetrated by illegal immigrants to sue sanctuary cities if that is where the crime occurred.

Peter Nunez Sheds Light on How the U.S. Is Encouraging Illegal Immigration

 Peter Nunez Sheds Light on How the U.S. Is Encouraging Illegal Immigration

In a recent opinion editorial published in the San Diego Union-Tribune, former federal prosecutor, Peter Nunez, provides excellent commentary on how the United States is encouraging more illegal immigration.