sanctuary state


Trump’s Justice Department Sues California Using Sanctuary City Laws, Violating The U.S. Constitution

  Justice Dept Sues California For Using Sanctuary Cities To Skirt Fed Law Chris White Energy Reporter The Department of Justice sued the state of California Tuesday for using so-called sanctuary laws to violate aspects of the U.S Constitution. The Trump administration and the Justice Department alleged late Tuesday night that three California laws obstruct enforcement of federal immigration law and harm public safety. The lawsuit comes as President Donald Trump continues to escalate a protracted battle against city ordinances that protect illegal aliens. Attorney General Jeff Sessions will referenceRead More

San Francisco Human Defecation Map Causes Many To Refer To The Sanctuary City As A Literal ‘S***hole’

  San Francisco Is A Literal S***hole, Public Defecation Map Reveals Benny Johnson Reporter At Large There is an ongoing debate currently going on in the country about what locations can be classified as shitholes. The debate sprung from a report that Donald Trump referred to some third world countries as “shitholes” in a meeting with lawmakers last week. While the debate might rage on as to what constitutes a “shithole” of a country, one thing is not up for debate: the American city of San Francisco is a shithole.Read More

California Concocts Dodgy State-Run Charity Scheme Because Its Taxes Are So High

  California Proposes Dodgy State-Run Charity Scheme Jamie Gregora The California state Senate is currently considering a bill that would devolve many of the state’s responsibilities to a state-sponsored charity. The Republican tax plan that passed late last year abolished many deductions, including one that allowed taxpayers to deduct state and local income taxes from their taxable income. The result will be that residents of high-tax states will begin to feel the financial burden of their state’s taxes. But while state and local income taxes are no longer deductible, charitableRead More