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Secession and “Sanctuary City States”
The phrase “sanctuary city” should be redundant. Cities should be sanctuaries for citizens. Period.
The surrounding walls of a community kept inhabitants safe from marauding tribes in the Middle Ages. To this day, Vatican City has its ancient surroundings. Israel has a fence, with a cement wall in key sections, to protect their citizenry from Islamic terrorists and West Bank agitators. Those cities are safe, or at least safer.
American citizens, though, are finding less safety in their cities. In California, there are at least 35 sanctuary cities in the lawless sense: illegal aliens can live and work in these areas, and not worry about local enforcement cooperating with federal immigration authorities to deport them. How has this policy worked out? Ask Maria Espinoza of the Remembrance Project, and the thousands of American lives lost to illegal aliens—murderers, drunk-drivers, rapists, etc. who found safe haven on American streets.
“Sanctuary cities” are Orwellian nonsense writ large. There is no safety, there is no security, and they undermine the very concept of city, which exists to serve and protect … citizens. In urban centers across the country, the very concept of “city” has been notoriously abused. Chicago, along with Los Angeles and New York City, have brazenly announced their sanctuary city status. Windy City Mayor Rahm Emanuel comforted the illegals in his midst that he would do everything possible to shield them from deportation. It’s too bad many of the residents (legal or not) get shot by gang bangers and mafia interests. (4,331 shooting victims with 762 murders in 2016. See, 2016 Stats | Chicago Murder, Crime & Mayhem)
(Excerpt) Read more at Townhall.com
[Byline Arthur C. Schaper]
The board voted 4-1 in favor of contributing to the L.A. Justice Fund… The vote means L.A. County will contribute $3 million over the next two years to the fund, with the first $1 million pledged this year.