Thursday, December 1, 2016

California Dreamin' Will GO Bankrupt for Defending DREAMers



The lawlessness of California stinks to low heaven.

There is no need for us to care about high heaven, because it never stinks there.

Never.

The sanctuary cities are not the only problem.

California has turned into a sanctuary city, beholden to illegal aliens and their enablers.

We need an intervention.

From the outside.

I can only hope that Donald Trump will cut the funds right away for every municipality which defies federal law and refuses to comply with ICE orders to deport illegal aliens.

California is a paradise, in natural terms.

The unnatural polices of the state legislature, coupled with unscrupulous city leaders and labor unions, are ruining what God had made so good.

The liberal elites along the coastline do not absorb the consequences of their perverse stupidity, either.

When will enough be enough?

We need water. End the federal laws restricting water to families and their farms.

The phalanx of Big Labor needs to be beaten down.

Voter ID is a necessity.

The voter fraud in this state is outrageous, and must be confronted.

As long as these internal unfair advantages remain the norm, conservatives will not have a fair fight in every election.

For now, recognize that California has at least 35 sanctuary cities:

  • Bell Gardens, California
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  • Berkeley, California (reported 6/23/09)
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  • City of Industry, California
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  • City of Commerce, California
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  • Coachella, California (considering)
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  • Concord, California (reported 8/18/12)
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  • Costa Mesa, California (reported 6/14/14)
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  • Cudahy, California (January, 2015)
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  • Cypress, California (disputed 7/10/15 by Cyrpress City Manager - see below)
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  • Davis, California
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  • Diamond Bar, California
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  • Downey, California
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  • Fresno, California (disputed 7/6/10 - see below)
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  • Lakewood, California (7/27/15 -sanctuary status disputed by Bill Grady, Public Information Officer of the City Manager's office)
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  • Long Beach, California
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  • Los Angeles, California
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  • Lynwood, California
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  • Maywood, California
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  • Montebello, California (disputed 6/28/10, see below)
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  • National City, California
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  • Norwalk, California
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  • Oakland, California
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  • Paramount, California
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  • Pico Rivera, California
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  • Salinas, California
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  • San Bernardino California
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  • San Diego, California
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  • San Francisco, California (1989)
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  • San Jose, California
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  • Santa Ana, California (reported 6/14/14)
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  • Santa Cruz, California
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  • Sonoma County, California (2006)
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  • South Gate, California
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  • Vernon, California
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  • Watsonville, California



1 comment:

  1. You missed Torrance as a sanctuary city!

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