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Story 1, The Next President of The United States Will Be Donald Trump? — Democratic Party, Republican Party, and Mainstream Media Are In Panic Mode Trying To Take Donald Down Because Trump Made Illegal Immigration A Wedge Issue! — American People Want Trump To Make America Great Again — Trump Plays To Win — Videos

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Election 2016 Presidential Polls

Thursday, July 23
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination PPP (D) Trump 19, Bush 12, Walker 17, Rubio 10, Carson 10, Huckabee 8, Paul 4, Cruz 4, Christie 3, Kasich 3, Perry 1, Fiorina 4, Santorum 1, Jindal 1, Graham 0 Trump +2
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination PPP (D) Clinton 57, Sanders 22, Biden, Webb 5, O’Malley 2, Chafee 3 Clinton +35
Wednesday, July 22
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Colorado: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Bush 41, Clinton 36 Bush +5
Colorado: Walker vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Walker 47, Clinton 38 Walker +9
Colorado: Rubio vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Rubio 46, Clinton 38 Rubio +8
Virginia: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Bush 42, Clinton 39 Bush +3
Virginia: Walker vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Walker 43, Clinton 40 Walker +3
Virginia: Rubio vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Rubio 43, Clinton 41 Rubio +2
Iowa: Bush vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Bush 42, Clinton 36 Bush +6
Iowa: Walker vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Walker 45, Clinton 37 Walker +8
Iowa: Rubio vs. Clinton Quinnipiac Rubio 44, Clinton 36 Rubio +8
Colorado: Bush vs. Biden Quinnipiac Bush 45, Biden 36 Bush +9
Colorado: Walker vs. Biden Quinnipiac Walker 48, Biden 36 Walker +12
Colorado: Rubio vs. Biden Quinnipiac Rubio 49, Biden 35 Rubio +14
Virginia: Bush vs. Biden Quinnipiac Bush 45, Biden 40 Bush +5
Virginia: Walker vs. Biden Quinnipiac Walker 45, Biden 41 Walker +4
Virginia: Rubio vs. Biden Quinnipiac Rubio 45, Biden 41 Rubio +4
Iowa: Bush vs. Biden Quinnipiac Bush 44, Biden 37 Bush +7
Iowa: Walker vs. Biden Quinnipiac Walker 47, Biden 36 Walker +11
Iowa: Rubio vs. Biden Quinnipiac Rubio 45, Biden 37 Rubio +8
Colorado: Bush vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Bush 43, Sanders 37 Bush +6
Colorado: Walker vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Walker 44, Sanders 36 Walker +8
Colorado: Rubio vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Rubio 46, Sanders 35 Rubio +11
Virginia: Bush vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Bush 46, Sanders 36 Bush +10
Virginia: Walker vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Walker 44, Sanders 36 Walker +8
Virginia: Rubio vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Rubio 44, Sanders 37 Rubio +7
Iowa: Bush vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Bush 42, Sanders 38 Bush +4
Iowa: Walker vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Walker 44, Sanders 36 Walker +8
Iowa: Rubio vs. Sanders Quinnipiac Rubio 43, Sanders 36 Rubio +7
General Election: Bush vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Bush 41 Clinton +5
General Election: Walker vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Walker 41 Clinton +5
General Election: Rubio vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Rubio 41 Clinton +5
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 50, Trump 37 Clinton +13
General Election: Huckabee vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 46, Huckabee 40 Clinton +6
Monday, July 20
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus Monmouth Walker 22, Bush 7, Trump 13, Paul 5, Carson 8, Huckabee 6, Cruz 7, Rubio 5, Santorum 3, Perry 3, Fiorina 3, Christie 1, Jindal 4, Kasich 2, Graham 0 Walker +9
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination ABC/Wash Post Trump 24, Bush 12, Walker 13, Rubio 7, Carson 6, Huckabee 8, Paul 6, Cruz 4, Christie 3, Kasich 2, Perry 4, Fiorina 0, Santorum 1, Jindal 2, Graham 0 Trump +11
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination ABC News/Wash Post Clinton 63, Sanders 14, Biden 12, Webb 2, O’Malley 1, Chafee 0 Clinton +49
General Election: Bush vs. Clinton ABC News/Wash Post Clinton 50, Bush 44 Clinton +6
Friday, July 17
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination FOX News Trump 18, Bush 14, Walker 15, Rubio 7, Carson 6, Huckabee 4, Paul 8, Cruz 4, Christie 3, Kasich 2, Perry 1, Fiorina 1, Santorum 2, Jindal 0, Graham 0 Trump +3
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination FOX News Clinton 59, Sanders 19, Biden 8, Webb 1, O’Malley 1, Chafee 1 Clinton +40
Thursday, July 16
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Virginia Republican Presidential Primary PPP (D) Bush 18, Walker 14, Rubio 7, Trump 14, Carson 10, Paul 5, Christie 5, Huckabee 8, Cruz 5, Fiorina 5, Jindal 3, Perry 2, Kasich 1, Santorum 1 Bush +4
Virginia Democratic Presidential Primary PPP (D) Clinton 64, Sanders 14, Webb 8, Chafee 5, O’Malley 2 Clinton +50
Virginia: Bush vs. Clinton PPP (D) Bush 38, Clinton 46 Clinton +8
Virginia: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 49, Trump 39 Clinton +10
Virginia: Walker vs. Clinton PPP (D) Walker 42, Clinton 47 Clinton +5
Virginia: Rubio vs. Clinton PPP (D) Rubio 43, Clinton 47 Clinton +4
Virginia: Paul vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 47, Paul 42 Clinton +5
Virginia: Huckabee vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 49, Huckabee 39 Clinton +10
Virginia: Cruz vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 48, Cruz 41 Clinton +7
Virginia: Carson vs. Clinton PPP (D) Clinton 47, Carson 43 Clinton +4
Virginia: Rubio vs. Sanders PPP (D) Rubio 40, Sanders 38 Rubio +2
Virginia: Walker vs. Sanders PPP (D) Walker 39, Sanders 38 Walker +1
Virginia: Bush vs. Sanders PPP (D) Bush 40, Sanders 39 Bush +1
Wednesday, July 15
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination Monmouth Clinton 51, Sanders 17, Biden 13, Webb 1, O’Malley 1, Chafee 0 Clinton +34
2016 Democratic Presidential Nomination USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 59, Sanders 14, Biden 8, Webb 2, O’Malley 0, Chafee 0 Clinton +45
Tuesday, July 14
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
General Election: Bush vs. Clinton USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 46, Bush 42 Clinton +4
General Election: Trump vs. Clinton USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 51, Trump 34 Clinton +17
General Election: Walker vs. Clinton USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 48, Walker 37 Clinton +11
General Election: Rubio vs. Clinton USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 46, Rubio 40 Clinton +6
General Election: Huckabee vs. Clinton USA Today/Suffolk Clinton 49, Huckabee 40 Clinton +9
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination USAT/Suffolk Trump 17, Bush 14, Walker 8, Rubio 5, Carson 4, Huckabee 4, Paul 4, Cruz 6, Christie 3, Kasich 1, Perry 1, Fiorina 1, Santorum 1, Jindal 1, Graham 0 Trump +3
Monday, July 13
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
2016 Republican Presidential Nomination Monmouth Trump 13, Bush 15, Walker 7, Rubio 6, Carson 6, Huckabee 7, Paul 6, Cruz 9, Christie 2, Kasich 1, Perry 2, Fiorina 1, Santorum 2, Jindal 2, Graham 0 Bush +2
Thursday, July 9
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus KBUR/WAA Walker 18, Bush 12, Trump 7, Paul 10, Carson 5, Huckabee 10, Cruz 8, Rubio 9, Santorum 4, Perry 4, Fiorina 3, Christie 5, Jindal 2, Kasich 1, Graham Walker +6
Iowa Democratic Presidential Caucus KBUR/WAA Clinton 63, Sanders 20, Biden, O’Malley 5, Webb 3, Chafee 1 Clinton +43
Wednesday, July 8
Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
North Carolina Republican Presidential Primary PPP (D) Trump 16, Walker 12, Bush 12, Huckabee 11, Rubio 9, Carson 9, Paul 7, Cruz 6, Christie 5, Fiorina 4, Perry 2, Santorum 1 Trump +4
North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary PPP (D) Clinton 55, Sanders 20, Biden, Webb 7, O’Malley 4, Chafee 4 Clinton +35
North Carolina: Bush vs. Clinton PPP (D) Bush 43, Clinton 45 Clinton +2
North Carolina: Walker vs. Clinton PPP (D) Walker 47, Clinton 43 Walker +4
North Carolina: Rubio vs. Clinton PPP (D) Rubio 47, Clinton 46 Rubio +1
North Carolina: Paul vs. Clinton PPP (D) Paul 46, Clinton 45 Paul +1
North Carolina: Huckabee vs. Clinton PPP (D) Huckabee 49, Clinton 45 Huckabee +4
North Carolina: Cruz vs. Clinton PPP (D) Cruz 46, Clinton 47 Clinton +1
North Carolina: Carson vs. Clinton PPP (D) Carson 47, Clinton 44 Carson +3
North Carolina: Trump vs. Clinton PPP (D) Trump 44, Clinton 47 Clinton +3

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/latest_polls/president/

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What Pisses Me Off About Donald Trump and John McCain

Donald Trump FULL Press Conference In Laredo, TX at U.S./Mexico Border (7-23-15)

Ann Coulter Defends Donald Trump: ‘Midgets’ Are Attacking ‘Flip Remark’ of John McCain ‘No Hero’

O’Reilly Confronts Donald Trump over McCain ‘No Hero’ Remarks: ‘You Picked the Wrong Guy’

Sen. Lindsey Graham: Donald Trump is a ‘jackass’

Mark Levin weighs in on Trump’s McCain comments: WHO GIVES A CRAP?!

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Big Brother Barack Wants You In A Race Database

Rush Limbaugh: Donald Trump Should Never Apologize

Donald Trump’s Poll Numbers DOUBLE Jeb Bush’s

Donald Trump Breaks Lindsey Graham Like a Boy

Bill O’Reilly Donald Trump Interview. Trump Slams GOP Field: I Don’t Have a Lot of Respect for …

Laura Wilkerson on Donald Trump, “Whether you love him or you don’t, I felt heard.” (C-SPAN)

Jim Steinle, on death of his daughter Kathryn Steinle, before Senate Judiciary Cmte (C-SPAN)

Sen. Cruz: I am proud to stand with Donald Trump

Rand Paul Talks About Sanctuary Cities and Immigration – Fox News: On the Record

Donald Trump: ‘I Will Win The Latino Vote’ (Full Interview) | NBC News

Limbaugh: Trump Announcement “Riveting”; Message will Resonate; Think Perot

Ann Coulter: I Hope Donald Trump Is Serious

Illegal Immigrants, Crime And The Media Laura Ingraham O’Reilly Talking Point Wake Up America!

Donald Trump to Laura Ingraham: I want you to say more positive things about me

Laura Ingraham – Analysis of illegal immigrants crossing the border

The Laura Ingraham Show – Donald Trump on abortion and cutting spending

From the Desk of Donald Trump: Major Announcement

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Donald Trump Interview with Anderson Cooper on “AC360” (July 8, 2015)

Donald Trump flirting with third-party candidacy

Jon Stewart Destroys Donald Trump – ‘Our First Openly Asshole President”

Rupert Murdoch On Why He Supports Immigration Reform

Partnership for a New American Economy Launches on Fox & Friends

Michael Bloomberg and Rupert Murdoch on solving immigration reform

Bill Gates Asks Senate For Infinite Number Of H 1B Visas

Ted Cruz’ solution to Obama’s illegal actions on immigration

Sen. Cruz Amendment to Immigration Legislation to Increase H-1B Visas

Sen Ted Cruz Wants to DOUBLE Immigration

Immigration by the Numbers — Off the Charts

Newsmax Prime | Roy Beck discusses the GOP presidential contenders’ stance on immigration

How Many Illegal Aliens Are in the US? – Walsh – 1

Uploaded on Oct 20, 2007

How Many Illegal Aliens Are in the United States? Presentation by James H. Walsh, Associate General Counsel of the former INS – part 1.

Census Bureau estimates of the number of illegals in the U.S. are suspect and may represent significant undercounts. The studies presented by these authors show that the numbers of illegal aliens in the U.S. could range from 20 to 38 million.

On October 3, 2007, a press conference and panel discussion was hosted by Californians for Population Stabilization (http://www.CAPSweb.org) and The Social Contract (http://www.TheSocialContract.com) to discuss alternative methodologies for estimating the true numbers of illegal aliens residing in the United States.

This is a presentation of five panelists presenting at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. on October 3, 2007.

How Many Illegal Aliens Are in the US? – Walsh – 2

Elvis Presley – Return To Sender [Video]

Donald Trump makes a Texas-size splash with visit to Mexican border

By James Hohmann July 23 at 8:05 PM
LAREDO, Tex. — A defiant Donald Trump, visiting the U.S. border with Mexico here Thursday, said again that he will not apologize for his hard-line rhetoric on illegal immigration or back away from his plan to build a fence between the two nations.

During a whirlwind visit — it was less than three hours from when his jet touched down to when it took off — Trump blazed around in a presidential-style motorcade that included seven SUVs and even more police cars. Local officers blocked off roads, including Interstate 35, for Trump’s entourage.

The Republican presidential candidate, leading the GOP field in national polls but increasingly under fire from the establishment wing of his party, said repeatedly that he had been told he would be in “great danger” if he visited this town of 236,000 in southern Texas — even though Laredo, which is roughly 96 percent Hispanic, has a significantly lower murder rate than Trump’s home town of New York City. He would not say who had told him that he was at risk.

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At the World Trade Bridge, where a long line of 18-wheelers queued up to enter the United States, Trump spent half an hour meeting with local leaders — none of whom seemed eager to endorse his signature prescription for border security.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, with the crossing as a backdrop, Laredo City Manager Jesus Olivares said the border fence Trump has been calling for was not on their list of priorities.

“We don’t think that’s necessary at this time,” he replied, with Trump looking on.

Asked whether that opinion would have an impact on his own, Trump said nothing had changed: “Not at all. . . . In certain sections, we have to have a wall.”

On a windy day with temperatures over 100 degrees, Trump wore a blazer, white dress shoes and a white ball cap emblazoned with his campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”

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At every stop, his visit seemed to draw more journalists than locals. More than 100 reporters, with multiple camera crews in tow, chased after the former “Apprentice” star as soon as his jet touched down in Laredo, packing two charter buses for the drive to the border.
Border Patrol agents who had been slated to lead the tour backed out Thursday morning, citing the appearance of politicization. Trump accused unnamed officials in Washington of trying to silence them.

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After his visit to the border, Trump stopped briefly to speak to a few dozen plainclothes Border Patrol agents and others in local law enforcement. He got a raucous reception, especially when he said that he would give agents more leeway to do their jobs if elected. He declined to elaborate on what that might mean.

Luis Villegas, a 28-year-old Border Patrol agent who said he has been on the force for eight years, cheered Trump loudly. He said he has never been politically active but has been galvanized by the mogul’s stance on immigration. “I believe in what he’s throwing out there,” Villegas said.

Trump, meanwhile, took another shot at former Texas governor Rick Perry in his home state, calling him a “terrible” governor. “I’m not even sure he honestly understands what [border security] means,” he said.

Perry, another GOP presidential contender, on Wednesday called Trump “a cancer on conservatism.” The former governor’s campaign made surrogates available Thursday to defend his record on border security as Perry issued another scathing statement slamming Trump.

“As a known employer of illegal immigrant labor, Donald Trump’s record on border security is non-existent at best and a farce at worst,” Perry said. “It’s going to take more than a day trip for him to convince the American people he is anything but a hypocrite when it comes to border security.”

About 50 Hispanic activists — a few waving Mexican flags — protested outside the terminal where Trump’s private jet landed, pointing to his controversial remarks last month that many Mexicans who come to the United States are drug dealers or rapists.

“The criminal element sells newspapers, but for every one of those there are hundreds of good Mexican nationals that . . . just want to work,” said Jose Gonzalez, 67, a retired firefighter who was among the protesters.

Trump responded to questions about whether he should apologize for his remarks by saying again that he employs thousands of Hispanics, and that they “love” him.
“They were chanting for me at the airport,” he said.

“There were plenty chanting against you,” a reporter yelled back during his news conference.

“I didn’t see them,” Trump said.

A few minutes later, another reporter asked why the magnate would not apologize to the Hispanics he has offended.

“They weren’t insulted,” Trump said, “because the press misinterprets my words.”

Trump ducked when asked what he would do with the 11 million undocumented immigrants estimated to be in the United States.

“The first thing is to secure our borders,” he said, “and after that we’ll have plenty of time to talk about it.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/donald-trump-makes-a-texas-size-splash-with-visit-to-mexican-border/2015/07/23/277670c8-316b-11e5-8353-1215475949f4_story.html

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: ILLEGALS SMUGGLE DRUGS INTO LAREDO BEFORE TRUMP VISIT
Shock footage validates Trump’s assertion on Mexicans bringing drugs into America

by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | JULY 23, 2015
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As Donald Trump prepared to arrive in Laredo for a tour of the US border, Infowars captured astounding footage which shows illegals sneaking across the Rio Grande river before they frantically throw huge bags of drugs into a vehicle and swim back to Mexico.

Infowars reporters Joe Biggs and Josh Owens traveled to Laredo to cover Trump’s highly publicized visit. While recording footage of the Rio Grande river, which forms part of the Mexico–US border, Owens spotted illegals crossing the water in the distance on rafts and began to film.

The clip then shows an individual holding open the trunk of a red Ford Explorer before four illegals frantically run up carrying huge packs of what are almost certainly drugs before quickly throwing them into the vehicle and fleeing back towards Mexico.
The vehicle then drives into America as one of the smugglers glances back towards Biggs and Owens.

Biggs and Owens immediately had to go into hiding and remove the license plates on their vehicle because they were spotted by the cartel during filming.

The footage validates Trump’s assertion, for which he has been vilified for weeks, that illegal immigrants are bringing drugs into the United States.

“When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best,” Trump said during his announcement that he would run for president. “They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”

Trump was invited to visit the border by the National Border Patrol Council and will arrive in Laredo later today, although the participation of Border Patrol agents was subsequently canceled after the national AFL-CIO-controlled union intervened.

Mexican drug cartels make up to $29 billion annually from U.S. drug sales, with 90% of the cocaine that enters America transiting through Mexico. The majority of marijuana and methamphetamines that are sold in the U.S. also come from Mexico.

The footage illustrates the porous nature of the US border and how easy it would be for ISIS terrorists – who reportedly have set up training bases nearby, to bring militants, weapons and explosives into America.

http://www.infowars.com/caught-on-camera-illegals-smuggle-drugs-into-laredo-before-trump-visit/

List of Sanctuary cities

Sanctuary city is a name given to a city in the United States that follows certain procedures that shelters illegal immigrants. These procedures can be by law (de jure) or they can be by action (de facto). The term most commonly is used for cities that do not permit municipal funds or resources to be applied in furtherance of enforcement of federal immigration laws.  These cities normally do not permit police or municipal employees to inquire about one’s immigration status. The designation of Sanctuary City” has no legal meaning.

List of U.S. Sanctuary Cities* 

sactuary cities

Information obtained from* OJJPAC.ORG and DOWNTREND.com 

*Note: Not all listings have been independently confirmed by OJJPAC. If you believe a city should not be listed, please send an email, and OJJPAC will make note of the dispute and attempt to verify.  Adjacent dates represent when a city was added to the list, not necessarily when it became (or allegedly became) a sanctuary city. Other notations may indicate the source of information.  Cities without a date were added prior to May, 2007.  Some sanctuary cities may not have yet been identified and therefore not listed below.  You are encouraged to perform additional research regarding the status of your own community.  The presence of illegal aliens in a community does not necessarily indicate that a city supports illegal migration or is a “sanctuary city.”

Sometimes city councils pass actual ordinances (like San Francisco) banning police from asking questions about citizens’ residency status, other police departments have the equivalent of a “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” when it comes to immigration status.

Living in the Phoenix area (listed as a “sanctuary city,” by at least one group), I understand and sympathize with police concerns. If there’s a crime, you want cooperative residents – you need them – to help solve the crime. It’s a valid point.

But there must be an alternative to ignoring federal law. As I mentioned, Phoenix is listed as a sanctuary city … and so is Mesa and Tucson, but with the passage ofSB1070, you’d think that would put a halt to any of this. Maybe it simply put the unofficial “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” in place.

Note: This is the list, compiled by ojjpac.org.The notes adjoining to the cities are their own.  Ohio Jobs & Justice PAC.

Alaska

  • Anchorage, AK  (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service) (7-29-10 The Municipality of Anchorage disputes the listing. See notes at bottom of page for details.)
  • * (The city of Fairbanks has been removed from the Sanctuary Cities list due to the city council’s passage of a resolution supporting a formal recognition of its cooperation with the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.  The city of Fairbanks had previously been listed due its designation as a sanctuary city by the Congressional Research Service.  OJJPAC thanks the City of Fairbanks for taking positive steps to clarify its compliance with federal law. Fairbanks enforcement statistics will be monitored for compliance.

Arizona

  • Chandler, AZ   (Added 5/30/07, Congressional Research Service Report, 2006 )
  • Mesa, AZ        (Added 10-18-09, Sources: Judicial Watch; East Valley Tribune article,1-4-2008)*
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Tucson, A Z    (Added 11-12-07, Source: 11-11-07 story by Brady McCombs, Arizona Daily Star. See note below.)

California

  • Bell Gardens, CA
  • City of Industry, CA
  • City of Commerce, CA
  • Coachella, CA       (Added 7-23-12, Source: La Voz de Aztlan. Passed in 2006 and existence supported by quotes in city’s 9-12-07 council meeting minutes.)
  • Cypress, CA
  • Davis CA
  • Downey, CA
  • Fresno, CA            (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Greenfield, CA    (Added 7-23-12, Source: Battle at the ballot box in Greenfield, Monterey County, The Herald, 6-1-12)
  • Lakewood, CA
  • Los Angeles, CA   (Congressional Research Service)
  • Long Beach, CA
  • Lynwood, CA
  • Maywood, CA
  • Montebello, CA
  • National City, CA
  • Norwalk, CA
  • Oakland, CA                 (Added 8-27-07. Source: 4/25/07 story by KCBS 740 AM. Link here.)
  • Paramount, CA
  • Pico Rivera, CA
  • Richmond, CA               (Added 11-5-09. Sources:  Mayor Gayle McLaughlin’s campaign website from 2004, 2006)
  • So. Gate, CA
  • San Bernardino, Ca.      (Added 6/7/07, reader submitted /  9/5/08 Listing disputed by the city administration* See addl.notes)
  • San Diego, CA              Sources: Congressional Research Service; SDPD chief endorses constoversial immigration bill, Fox-TV 5, 9-2-13
  • Santa Clara County, CA  (Added 11-29-10, source:  Forced into Immigration Enforcement, A County Considers Plan B, 10-21-10, Huffington Post.)
  • Santa Cruz, CA             (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)
  • San Francisco, CA        (Congressional Research Service)
  • San Jose, CA                (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Santa Maria, CA           (11-18-08 Submitted research from local activist/ Listing disputed by the city administration)
  • Sonoma County, CA    (Congressional Research Service)
  • Vernon, CA
  • Watsonville, CA         (Added 5/30/07, documented by KSBW news)
  • Wilmington, CA

Colorado  

  •  Aurora, CO
  •  Commerce City, CO
  •  Denver, CO                     (Source: Congressional Research Service)
  •  Durango, CO                   (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  •  Federal Heights, CO
  •  Fort Collins, CO
  •  Lafayette, CO                 (Added 6/3/07, documented by reader)
  •  Thornton, CO
  •  Westminster, CO

Connecticut

  • Hartford, CT                     (Added 5/4/10.  Source: [Ordinance passed in 2008], NEWS 21 Blog, by Amy Crawford, Hartford, CT)
  • New Haven, CT                (Added 6/4/07.  Source: TV News 8: City council votes 25-1 to issue ID cards to illegal aliens)

Florida

  • DeLeon Springs, FL
  • Deltona, FL
  • Jupiter, FL  (Added 4-13-09. Previously on watch list.)
  • Lake Worth, FL  (Added 4-13-09.)
  • Miami, FL

Georgia

  • Dalton, GA        (Added 5/30/07. 6/18/07 Listing disputed by the City of Dalton, GA. City’s written policy requested, not received as of 1-28-12. )

Illinois

  • Chicago, IL        (Congressional Research Service)
  • Cicero, IL          (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Evanston, IL       (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Iowa

  • (See city watch list below)

Kansas

  • Wichita                (Source: Police department policy exposed after the death of Lola Jayne, KSN TV-3, 12-19-08)

        Louisiana

  • New Orleans, LA  (Source: Police department announced policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell”  by Police superintendent Warren Riley, WWL-TV; 9-9-09)

        Massachusetts

  • Cambridge, MA     (Source: Boston Globe. First passed resolution in 1985)
  • Chelsea, MA          (Added: 8-14-07 Source: Chelsea government website with text of sanctuary policy.)
  • Northampton, MA  (Added 6-20-12 Source: City of Northampton Resolution dated 8-18-2011.  Resolutionlimits cooperation with ICE but does not use the term “sanctuary.” )
  • Orleans, MA          (Added 6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Sommerville, MA   (Added 7-23-12 Original resolution passed in 1987, later repealed and replaced with Safe City Resolution. Source: Sommerville News Blog, 10-15-2007)
  • Springfield, MA      (Disputed)

Maine

  • Portland    (Added 5/31/07 Note: Maine resident reported that Portland city council passed sanctuary legislation)
  • State of Maine   (Added 5/31/07 Note: Governor of Maine initiated de facto protections for illegals by Executive Order in 2004)*

Maryland

  • Baltimore, MD               (Congressional Research Service)
  • Gaithersburg, MD
  • Mt. Rainier, MD        (Added 1-20-08, Source: The Washington D.C. Examiner, 1-19-08)
  • Montgomery County, MD  (Added 11-3-09, Source: Frederick County sheriff worried about MontCo gangs, The Washington D.C. Examiner, 11-2-09)
  • Takoma Park, MD      (Reported that City ordinance passed some 20 years ago; Congressional Research Service)

Michigan

  • Ann Arbor, MI      (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Detroit, MI            (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)

Minnesota

  • Austin, MN            (Added 11-1-11 Source: Protecting illegal immigrants to catch criminals, Star Tribune, 10-27-11)*
  • Minneapolis, MN    (Congressional Research Service)
  • St. Paul, MN
  • Worthington, MN   (Added 5-30-07 Note: This is where a Swift plant was raided by ICE in December, 2006)

New Jersey

  • Camden, NJ                (Added in 2007; latest source: Camden, Immigrant Haven?, By Lauren Feeney, City Paper, 7-16-08)
  • Fort Lee, NJ
  • Hightstown, NJ           (Added 5-30-07)
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Newark, NJ                (Added 6-3-07)
  • North Bergen, NJ
  • Trenton, NJ
  • Union City, NJ
  • West New York, NJ

New Mexico

  • Albuquerque, NM            6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 8-14-07 KOB-TV 4 Eyewitness News report
  • Aztec, NM                       Added 5-8-10, Identified by CRS in 2006 report to Congress
  • Rio Ariba County, NM    6/13/07 Congressional Research Service
  • Santa Fe, NM                  6/13/07 Congressional Research Service; 1-26-12 AP story, Santa Fe Mayor David Coss opposes taking drivers licenses away from illegal aliens.

New York

  • Albany, NY                (Added 7-22-09 Source: Council adopts don’t ask policy, Times Union report by Jordan Carleo-Evangelist)
  • Bay Shore, NY
  • Brentwood, NY
  • Central Islip, NY
  • Farmingville, NY
  • New York City, NY
  • Riverhead, NY
  • Shirly/Mastic, NY
  • Spring Valley Village, NY  (Added 7-25-07)
  • Uniondale, NY
  • Westbury, NY

North Carolina

  • Carrboro, NC               (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)
  • Chapel Hill, NC            (Added 11-12-07 Source: Towns differ on illegal aliens by Patrick Winn, The News & Observer)
  • Charlotte, NC
  • Chatham County, NC    (Added 1-14-09 Source: Chatham rejects immigration program, The News & Observer; Chatham County Commissioners Board Minutes, 1-5–09)
  • Durham, NC                 (6/13/07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Raleigh
  • Winston-Salem

Ohio

  • Columbus, OH        (7/5/07 Source: 5/10/07 Columbus Dispatch article stating illegal aliens in misdemeanor cases are not reported to ICE)
  • Dayton, OH            (Added 1-11-10 Source:  Dayton Daily News story by Lucas Sullivan.  Police chief prohibits officers from asking about immigration status.
  • Lima, OH                    (Added 10-28-08 Note:  City administration opposes County Sheriff’s efforts to remove illegal aliens.)
  • Lorain, OH             (Added 4-21-14 Source:  Lorain Police Chief Celestino Rivera has ordered (by written policy) his officers not to cooperate with ICE)
  • Oberlin, OH           (Added 1-25-09. Source: City Resolution adopted January 20, 2009)
  • Painesville, OH        (7-19-07 Source: 7-18-07 Cleveland Scene article)

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma City         (de facto)
  • Tulsa                        (6-3-07 Note: Tulsa city council is discussing changing its sanctuary policy.  8-15-10 Update:  See note below.)

Oregon

  • Ashland, OR               (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Gaston, OR                (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Marion County, OR    (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Multnomah County, OR  (Added 11-9-13 Source: Sheriff’s office says ‘no’ to ICE, By Kirsten Lock, Fox TV-12, 4-25-13)
  • Portland, OR
  • State of Oregon *       (8-9-07 Congressional Research Service)  *(See note below)

Pennsylvania

  • Allentown, PA (Rescinded)  7-23-12 Note: Allentown city council passed a sanctuary resolution in 1986 but voted 4-3 to rescind it in 1991.
  • Philadelphia, PA*          (7-15-10 Source: Mayor Nutter’s, November, 2009 Executive order: Policy Concerning Access of Immigrants to City Services .)
  • Pittsburgh, PA  (Added 5-29-14 Source: Pittsburg Post Gazette: Pittsburg launches effort to woo more immigrants, 5-29-14)

Rhode Island

  • Providence         (Added 5-17-11 Source: Providence wants to opt out of ‘Secure Communities’ database, by Gregory Smith, Providence Journal, 2-23-11).

Texas

  • Austin, TX                (Congressional Research Service)
  • Baytown, TX            (6-13-07 Local reader observation)
  • Brownsville, TX
  • Channelview, TX      (6-13-07 Local reader observation)
  • Denton, TX
  • Dallas, TX
  • El Cenizo, TX          (6-13-07 Congressional Research Service)
  • Ft.Worth, TX
  • Houston, TX            (Congressional Research Service)
  • Katy, TX                 (Congressional Research Service)
  • Laredo, TX
  • Mcallen, TX
  • Port Arthur, TX          (6-13-07 Reader/resident observation)

Utah

  • State of Utah                (Added 5-15-11  Source:  Utah Approves Guest Worker Program for Illegal Immigrants, ABC New, 5-7-11)
  • Provo, UT*                (* 8-27-2010  The current administration in Provo Utah contacted OJJPAC earlier this month and indicated that it has no desire to be a sanctuary city.                                     *5-16-11Update: Pending removal of Provo, UT from list upon verification of city’s participation/cooperation in enforcement of immigration laws.)

Virginia

  • Alexandria, VA*            (Added 10-6-08,  Source: City Resolution No. 2246 adopted 10-9-07)
  • Fairfax County, VA
  • Virginia Beach, VA         (Added 6/3/07)

        Vermont

  • Burlington, VT            (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)
  • Middlebury, VT          (Added 5-14-09  Source: 5-13-09 Associated Press story by Wilson Ring)
  • State of Vermont*        (Added 11-29-10  Source: 11-21-10 Vermont AG proposes bias-free policing policy, Burlington Free Press)

        Washington 

  • King Co. Council, WA     (Added as a de facto sanctuary on 6-28-09 Source: The Seattle Times; and on 11-9-09 Ordinance passed)
  • Seattle, WA                      (Added 5/30/07; Congressional Research Service)
  • Spokane, WA                   (Added 6-22-15; City Council passed Ordinances C35164 and C-35167)

Wisconsin

  • Madison, WI                    (Congressional Research Service)  Update: In June, 2010, the city council passed a resolution reaffirming its policy.
  • Millwaukee County, WI    (Added 6-10-12 Source article: County Board Resolution on Immigration on target, Opinion, Journal Sentinel News., 6-9-12)

Wyoming

  • Jackson Hole, WY

Washington, D.C.         (Update: The Washington D. C. city council has voted to prohibit its police department from participating in the Secure Communities program in July, 2010 according to an AP story by Ivan Moreno dated 7-26-10;   10-19-11 D.C. Examiner story which states that Mayor Vincent Gray signed an order prohibiting the city’s police dept. from inquiring about a person’s immigration status.

http://www.apsanlaw.com/law-246.List-of-Sanctuary-cities.html

EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: DONALD TRUMP HEADING TO TEXAS BORDER

Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP

Breitbart Texas has learned that 2016 Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump is heading to the Texas-Mexico border to get a firsthand look at the current border security situation. Trump is expected to meet with Border Patrol agents of the Laredo Sector.

“We look forward to giving Mr. Trump a boots on the ground perspective on the Laredo Sector of the Texas-Mexico Border,” said National Border Patrol Council, Local 2455 President Hector Garza. “Mr. Trump is expected to be in Laredo later in the week.”

Garza told Breitbart Texas that following the border tour, Trump will have a town hall style meeting where law enforcement officers will be invited to provide feedback on their perspective of the border situation.

Breitbart Texas Managing Director Brandon Darby worked with Agent Garza to prepare for Trump’s border tour. “It is of utmost importance that possible future leaders of our country visit the border region, especially the Laredo Sector. Most Texans and other Americans hear that the Texas border was secured, but it wasn’t. The Rio Grande Valley Sector was supplemented with manpower from the State of Texas, but that mostly stopped where that sector ended and the Laredo Sector begins.” Darby added, “Mr. Trump will learn firsthand of the many holes and vulnerabilities that the Los Zetas cartel exploits to enter Texas and oppress their victims. We will keep the details of Mr. Trump’s intended visit private at this time.”

Agent Garza added, “Breitbart Texas has been instrumental in making sure that the voices and experiences of Border Patrol agents in the Laredo Sector have been heard. We appreciate Mr. Trump and anyone else with such a platform who takes the time to hear what we are experiencing and seeing at the border. We assure you that the reality is far different from what the federal government is telling the public.”

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/21/exclusive-details-donald-trump-heading-to-texas-border/

DOES YOUR FAVORITE PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFUL HAVE A LOUSY IMMIGRATION GRADE? DON’T BLAME US.

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UPDATED:

Mon, MAY 25th 2015 @ 4:20 pm EDT by  Roy Beck

We will very soon be posting our every-four-year Presidential Hopefuls Immigration Grade Cards on the 20 candidates who are polling at 1% or higher.

And we will update their ratings and grades every week until the 2016 election is held.

Every election cycle, we get hammered by people who think we have gone too hard on their favorite candidate and too easy on a competitor. But we are transparent, providing all the statements and actions (plus citations) that we use to rate each Hopeful.

It’s possible that the candidate you like the best right now may be fantastic on immigration.

But most of the candidates really ARE pretty awful with their current policy stands.

This cycle, we are placing all weight on how each Hopeful’s immigration stances would affect American workers’ jobs and wages by changing the supply of competing workers. We’re calling the ratings:

2016 Presidential Hopefuls
WORKER-PROTECTION IMMIGRATION GRADE CARDS

We are rating each Hopeful in 10 different immigration categories:

  • Mandate E-Verify Plus
  • Prevent Illegal Border Entries & Surges
  • Implement Enforcement Mandated by Congress
  • Finish Entry-Exit System to Track Visa Overstays
  • End Automatic Birthright Citizenship
  • Oppose Work Permits for Illegal Immigrants
  • Support Overall Reduction in Annual Immigration
  • End Chain Migration
  • Protect Against Unfair Work Visa Competition
  • End Visa Lottery

And we will give each an overall letter grade.

The likelihood is that the hopeful you like best (for all kinds of reasons) is pretty bad overall on immigration policy.

The good news is that we will recalculate ratings and grades every week. So, your response should be to put the pressure on the staffs of your favored candidates to learn more about the issues and modify their stances to be in the national interest.

We’ll also depend on you to look over the statements and actions we are using to calculate each rating and to let us know something that we have missed that could change our rating.

For several election cycles, NumbersUSA’s Presidential Hopefuls Immigration Grade Cards have been the most cited measure of candidate immigration stances in the news media. In every cycle, we have seen most candidates get better as the campaign progresses and we are able to raise their grades.

We take very seriously our role as the primary source for how the candidates compare with each other on many different aspects of immigration policy. We are always thankful to all of you who help us get it right. Keep in mind that, when we give our best grade to a candidate, we are not giving an endorsement. But we ARE telling you which candidates are the very best on this issue.

20 candidates.
10 category ratings for each.
200 sections of quotes and citations to measure the Hopefuls on the myriad nuances of the immigration policies that have so much effect on the ability of America’s wage-earners and their families to live lives of dignity.

ROY BECK is Founder & President of NumbersUSA

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