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Weekes: Taxpayers footing millions in Colorado’s criminal alien sanctuary city policies
Colorado Statesman

Originally published February 6, 2017

Mayors in Boulder, Denver and Aurora have lately made pronouncements in defense of their “sanctuary city” policies of non-cooperation with federal immigration law enforcement. They are evidently unaware that the sanctuary era was given a death sentence by the...

Largest 10 ‘Sanctuary Cities’ May Lose $2.27 Billion in Federal Funding

Originally published January 27, 2017

The ten most populous cities where local leaders shield illegal immigrants from federal law could lose $2.27 billion in federal funds, a Reuters analysis has found.

New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and other large cities could lose federal funding for...

Denver Police Ignore Immigration Officers’ Pleas, Release Alien Before Alleged Murder

Denver police have charged an illegal [alien] immigrant with murdering an American just one month after they released the alien from jail despite pleas from federal immigration officials.

The criminal illegal alien, Ever Valles, was arrested in February and charged with the murder of Tim Cruz, 32. The victim was...

Tancredo: Over 300 Sanctuary Cities Cost State and Local Taxpayers over $7,000,000,000 Annually

Originally published January 28, 2017

President Trump this week signed an executive order declaring war on so-called sanctuary cities. Agencies within the United States Government will begin withholding federal grant funds from those cities, and additional actions to enforce federal immigration law...

Refugees Will Cost Taxpayers an Estimated $4.1 Billion in FY 2017

American taxpayers will spend more than $4.1 billion in the 2017 budget to support the 519,018 refugees who have been resettled by the federal government in the United States since October 2009, according to a cost estimate by Breitbart News.

To put that very large number in context, $4.1 billion can buy 10,677 new...

Video: Sweden is Now Europe's Official Rape Capital
The COnservative Treehouse

... The documentary is about the rape crisis in Sweden resulting from massive economic migration, aka “refugees”.  There is even a horrible term for the current reality for women in Sweden called “rapeugees”.

Horowitz appeared on Tucker’s show to discuss his latest documentary film of the issue titled “Stockholm...

DHS Authorizes Hiring 10,000 Immigration Officers

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John F. Kelly authorized the hiring of an additional 10,000 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and enforcement officers. The move by DHS delivers on a promise made by President Donald Trump to increase enforcement–particularly in removing criminal aliens inside...

Immigration cuts salaries of Americans $2,470 a year
Negative Population Growth

... Eventually the [American] frontier vanished, and American cities became overcrowded. Our physical capacity to absorb new arrivals eroded. While America’s industrial economy boomed, millions of the new jobs went to immigrants who poured into the country between 1890 and 1920. These men and women enriched our culture, but...

Feds Establish Support Program for Victims of Criminal Aliens

Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John F. Kelly ordered the director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to create a program to assist the victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens. The program creates a liaison and authorizes the disclosure of suspect immigration statuses and other pertinent data.


More & More Illegal Immigrants Taking Sanctuary In Churches

Some immigrants [illegal aliens] in the U.S. illegally are finding sanctuary inside Denver area churches.

One woman has been living since November at the Quaker Mountain View Friends meetinghouse in southeast Denver.

Ingrid Encalada LaTorre feels safe only to the doorway of the church ...

“What will...

Donald Trump’s Comprehensive Border Reforms Kill Obama’s Pro-Migration Policies
The highly effective 298(g) program is reinstated

The Department of Homeland Security is discarding many of President Barack Obama’s catch-and-release border policies and will hire an additional 15,500 enforcement and border officers, according to two new policy memos.

The comprehensive immigration reforms of Obama’s policies were signed by DHS chief Gen. John...

"Deal With DACA With Heart"? What About American Millennials?

President Trump’s squishy statement in his otherwise-rambunctious Thursday press conference that “we’re going to deal with DACA [Obama’s notorious Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals temporary Executive Amnesty] with heart” has some immigration patriots worried, although all previous suggestions of Trump softening have...

H-1B Opiate Has Thwarted Advancement in Software Engineering
Center for Immigration Studies

...  I thought that I might try to explain the why of H-1B. That requires a look at the state of the software industry.

There is a great disconnect between the perceived state of software engineering and its actual state. We talk about "high tech", but in reality software engineering is in its infancy. Software...

Fake News: AP Claims Trump Planning to ‘Round Up’ Illegals with 100k National Guardsmen

The White House is flatly denying media reports that the Trump Administration is considering using national guard troops as immigration officers to round up illegal aliens.

“There is no effort at all to round up, to utilize the National Guard to round up illegal immigrants,” White House press secretary Sean Spicer...

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Suspect in murder at RTD station had been sought for deportation
9 News

Twenty-six minutes before a known “immigration enforcement priority” walked out of the downtown Denver jail, the Denver Sheriff’s Department sent a late-night fax to Immigration and Customs Enforcement telling them the 19-year old accused of car theft had just posted $5,000 bond.

ICE, through a written statement,...

'A day without immigrants.' How did you celebrate?
American Thinker

Today [February 16, 2017] is supposed to be an organized boycott called "a day without immigrants" – "immigrants" being the replacement word for "undocumented immigrants," "undocumented immigrants" being the replacement phrase for "illegal immigrants," and "illegal immigrants" being the replacement phrase for "illegal...

The Deep State attacks on President Donald trump

Here are several articles that explain the Deep State attacks on the Donald Trump Presidency:

A Civil War For Control Of The U.S. Government Has Erupted Between ‘The Deep State’ And Donald Trump, Michael Snyder, American Dream,  February 15, 2017.

In The Streets And The Courts, The Left Plans A Coup. But...

Southern California immigrants warned to prepare for possible deportation
Orange County Register

Mexican and Guatemalan consuls are urging immigrants to be prepared and not panic in the wake of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation last week that resulted in 161 arrests in six Southern California counties.

In today’s immigration landscape, this means preparing for potential deportation.


Border wall only needs to stop 9% to 12% of illegal crossings to cover costs
Analysis Shows Border Wall Would Pay for Itself
Center for Immigration Studies

A new report by the Center for Immigration Studies estimates that if a wall at America’s southern border stopped between 160,000 and 200,000 illegal crossers — 9 to 12 percent of those expected to successfully cross in the next decade — the fiscal saving would equal the estimated $12 to $15 billion cost of the wall.  The...

Video: Populism and the end of the EU



Europe: Geert Wilders Anticipates Patriotic Spring across Continent, Limits to Growth, February 16, 2017:

It’s good news that the populist principle supporting nation-state government and rejecting globalism is sweeping Europe.

The European Union mega-state has been a...

Woman takes refuge in Denver church to avoid deportation
9 News

A Mexican woman seeking to avoid deportation is taking refuge in a Denver church after U.S. immigration authorities denied her request to remain in the country. [Emphasis by CAIRCO] 

Jeanette Vizguerra skipped her scheduled check-in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials Wednesday in Centennial. Vizguerra...

CO sheriff’s policies on reporting to ICE are all over the map - inteactive map
Colorado Independent

Without a statewide policy, sheriff’s departments decide whether — and when — to inform ICE about immigrants in their custody

For years, any time Immigration and Customs Enforcement asked, sheriffs across Colorado held suspected undocumented immigrants [illegal aliens] for up to two business days beyond their...

Mexican Drug Cartel Operating in U.S. Suburb More than 1,500 Miles from Border
Judicial Watch

Illustrating that the Mexican drug crisis is having a far-reaching impact on the U.S., a heroin ring operated by a Mexican cartel was recently busted in an American suburb more than 1,500 miles from the southern border. In the last few years Judicial Watch has reported extensively on the massive amounts of drugs—especially...

Boulder County Jail required to share names of non-citizen inmates to ICE
Sheriff: Federal, state statutes require jail to share booking information
Daily Camera

The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is in touch every week with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but Sheriff Joe Pelle said the routine contact doesn't mean that deputies and jail staff are acting as federal immigration enforcement agents.

On Feb. 1, the Boulder County Jail received its annual letter from...