For years, sanctuary localities across the country have refused to honor detainers from Immigration and Customs Enforcement when the federal agency asks them to hold illegal-alien criminals for deportation. The result: Violent criminals are freed to murder and rape; illegal-alien drunks are loosed upon law-abiding motorists; and dope dealers are set free to ply their murderous trade.
Police have shown that yet another “noose” is a campus hate hoax, only this hoax wasn’t the work of an actual faker, but instead the fault of a dean who immediately hit the moral panic button and assumed the worst.
The Antifa-connected terrorist who was shot to death as he attacked ICE detention center was a Dutch immigrant who left a manifesto that encouraged his comrades to procure weapons for a bloody revolution.
A 69-year-old Washington State man was shot dead by police after attacking an ICE detention facility with a rifle and incendiary devices.
Two million firearms background checks have been performed every month for the first six months of 2019.
So far, New Zealand’s buyback of “assault rifles” in the wake of the Christchurch shooting has been a dismal failure.
One of Wall Street financier Jeffrey Epstein’s underage victims says her forcibly raped her, and Trump had banned Epstein from his Mar-a-Lago estate.
As leftists everywhere caterwauled about President Trump’s July 4 extravaganza because it included military hardware, the residents of Chicago were stabbing, shooting, and killing each other again.
The indictment of Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire financier arrested for sex crimes against minors on Saturday, details a sordid criminal sexual career made possible only because of his wealth and willing helpers.
Question: Would you put a sign on your lawn stating “This Home is Proudly Gun Free”? No? Don’t worry, some years back pro-gun-control journalists were actually offered such a sign; they balked, too. Yet this raises another question: If telegraphing one’s declawed status is a bad idea for you, me, and all and sundry — and for kids in our homes — isn’t it also a bad idea for kids in our schools?