According to our friends at openthebooks.com “sanctuary cities” extort almost $27 billion from American taxpayers to pursue their unconstitutional scheme to nullify the immigration laws passed by Congress. Withholding federal funds from just two of them would more than pay for the wall in just one year, and the rest would be gravy for the taxpayers of jurisdictions whose elected officials follow the Constitution and the laws passed by Congress.
President Donald Trump's choice of Andrew Jackson as his Oval Office muse shows President Trump knows his presidential history, and he’s chosen the right inspiration for the challenges that are before him.
The alleged conservatives of the Freedom Caucus who abandoned their support for the conservative reforms they called for when John Boehner was Speaker to support Paul Ryan over conservative Daniel Webster have a lot to answer for now that Ryan has shown the conservative grassroots what he’s really made of in this year's omnibus spending bill. Please join us in demanding an end to this dangerous folly by signing our open letter to House and Senate Republican leaders.
Governor, I Demand You Act To End Illegal “Sanctuary Cities” In Our State
So-called sanctuary cities, where local officials refuse to fulfill their constitutional responsibilities to cooperate with federal authorities to enforce immigration laws are a magnet for the illegal aliens who are destroying the quality of life in our 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.
186 years ago, when Democratic presidents actually believed in and defended the sovereignty of the United States, Old Hickory had an answer to those who sought to nullify federal authority to enforce the laws Congress passes, as so-called "sanctuary" cities and states are doing today.