Kate Steinle

The Politicians Who Killed Mollie Tibbetts

Mollie Tibbetts was killed so that somebody in Iowa could have cheap labor, and she was killed so that members of the Business Roundtable and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce could hit this quarter’s earnings target, and most shamefully, she was killed so that virtue signaling liberal politicians could get reelected.

The Unintended Consequences of the Steinle Decision

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The real villains in the Kate Steinle story are the San Francisco politicians who made the rules that prevented ICE from removing the already five-time deported criminal Zarate from the country. These SF pols already had Kate's murder forever on their consciences, what they have of them anyway. Now they will also have to deal with the growing disgust of the American public and an administration that loathes these politicians, backed up by a Supreme Court that will ultimately be on the side of that administration for most actions it might take.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions: More Trump Than Trump White House

Yesterday Attorney General Sessions declared: “For those that continue to seek improper and illegal entry into this country, be forewarned: This is a new era. This is the Trump era. The lawlessness, the abdication of the duty to enforce our immigration laws, and the catch and release practices of old are over.”

Time to Demand Your Governor End “Sanctuary Cities” in Your State

No other Governors, including many Republicans who claim to be tough on crime, have acted with Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s resolve to put an end to the illegal and unconstitutional “sanctuary cities” in their states. It is time the grassroots mobilized to demand an end to so-called sanctuary cities and a return to the rule of law. We urge you to sign our petition demanding that your state's Governor withhold funds to any purported "sanctuary city" in your state.

GOP “Leaders” Trying To Lie Their Way Through Another Crisis

While lying about the budget and spending is one of the easiest of these transgressions to prove, the GOP “leadership” routinely engages in what one might call “policy lies.”  The latest of these “policy lies” is that, in the wake of the national outrage over the murder of Kate Steinle, the House Republican leadership has any intention of ending the illegal and unconstitutional “sanctuary” policies of Democratic cities and states that purport to nullify federal immigration laws.