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The Problem With Sanctuary Cities

Violating federal immigration law is a crime, but if you go to a sanctuary city, you wouldn’t know it. Sanctuary cities act as safe-spaces for those who choose to enter our country illegally, because the leaders of these cities have chosen not to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). There isn’t a legitimate reason for doing this, other than for political gain, yet city leaders push forward allowing for the overt violation of federal law. So, not shockingly, in these cities where the violation of federal law is accepted with open arms, federal immigration data reveals there is a high rate of illegal crime and a high rate of ...

Sanctuary Cities’ Cooperation Could Prevent A Lot of Crime

Recently, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Acting Director Ken Cuccinelli revealed that there are 22 million illegal immigrants here in the U.S., nearly twice the estimate regularly cited. Sanctuary cities shield illegal immigrants, especially dangerous ones, from being deported. The most dangerous criminals are given protection while the communities are left vulnerable. Sanctuary cities are unwilling to help U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but former acting ICE Director Tom Homan says that the violent crimes committed by illegal immigrants would be prevented if sanctuary cities cooperated. Fox News has the details: The PEW ...

Sanctuary Cities Protect Illegal Immigrants, Not Their Communities

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is setting an incredible example of government transparency that other U.S. Departments and bureaucratic agencies should follow. ICE just released a list of illegal immigrants who were incarcerated in sanctuary cities for crimes other than crossing the border, and now are about to be released into the United States. Sanctuary laws protect dangerous illegal immigrants and mandate that local law enforcement refuse to cooperate with ICE, a federal agency. The Daily Signal goes into detail regarding the types of people being released into American communities: “There is an inherent increase in risk to ...