Jo Wideman, CAPS leader, says 'Trump should focus less on building the wall and more on mandatory E-Verify'
Joseph Ford Cotto March 28, 2017 San Francisco Review of Books This is the second of seven articles spanning my discussion with... Read More
Post-CBS H-1B Whitewashing, another Fraud Indictment
CBS recently aired a “60 Minutes” H-1B visa segment that only hinted at this visa’s multiple inherent flaws. Since Congress created the... Read More
In California, salt taints soil, threatening food security.
Salty soil in California’s Central Valley spurs sacrifice zones, solutions and, in some cases, solar panels. By Erica Gies March 27, 2017... Read More
Good News! ICE Releases Weekly Report of Noncompliant Sanctuary Cities
By Joe Guzzardi March 27, 2017 Here’s an assortment of police blotter entries local law enforcement officers made during recent weeks. ... Read More
Interview: CAPS's Jo Wideman explains why "immigration control has become such a lightning rod"
Joseph Ford Cotto March 27, 2017 San Francisco Review of Books After several years on the back burner, serious talk about enforcing... Read More
On the Value of Coyotes and Other Non-Human Life
Maria Fotopoulos March 27, 2017 As seen in: The Times Herald The Jackson Sun USA Today The Tennessean Noozhawk Chambersburg Public Opinion... Read More
California’s Collapsing Infrastructure
Wall of Debt = $443 billion. Sacramento Doesn’t Care, Demands Sanctuary State Legislation No money for road repairs, but millions of dollars... Read More
California Moves Closer to Sanctuary State Status, Haven for Criminal Aliens
Even though I’ve heard the argument countless times that sanctuary cities make communities safer, I always shake my head in disbelief when... Read More
Immigration Advocates Callously Call Maryland Teen’s Rape ‘Consensual,’ Unrelated to Perpetrator’s Alien Status
By Joe Guzzardi March 23, 2017 The more violent crimes aliens commit in sanctuary cities, the more tortured those cities’ defenses... Read More
Immigration Rallies Target Wrong Audience, Fail
By Joe Guzzardi March 22, 2017 In the three decades that I’ve been writing about immigration, activists have held dozens of... Read More