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Old 07-27-2017, 04:21 PM
 
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While the Trump administration this year has demanded stricter enforcement of immigration laws by local law enforcement, some county sheriffs across the U.S. had already been establishing closer relationships with anti-immigration groups in recent years. Some of the national groups have been offering sheriffs advice, inviting them to “border schools” to hear anti-immigration speakers, producing television advertisements featuring sheriffs and sending at least one sheriff a model ordinance intended to spur local law enforcement of federal immigration laws.

How Local Law Enforcement Leaders and Anti-Immigration Groups Have Joined Forces to Deport More Undocumented Immigrants

But it's Ok to let Dream Act people protest against ENFORCING the law against illegal immigration?
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Old 07-27-2017, 04:49 PM
 
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What to heck happened to Newsweek? I remember when they were a reliable source and printed sane articles, although that was quite some time ago. I just read it was sold in 2013, doesn't matter to who as we have a good idea by reading their articles that it may well have been a political move or they are for sale.

I thought it was common practice to use all the assistance an agency could get in order to bring criminals to justice/enforce our laws. I guess that was the old US, when it was "great". Bring it back Trump!
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Old 07-27-2017, 05:24 PM
 
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While the Trump administration this year has demanded stricter enforcement of immigration laws by local law enforcement, some county sheriffs across the U.S. had already been establishing closer relationships with anti-immigration groups in recent years. Some of the national groups have been offering sheriffs advice, inviting them to “border schools” to hear anti-immigration speakers, producing television advertisements featuring sheriffs and sending at least one sheriff a model ordinance intended to spur local law enforcement of federal immigration laws.

How Local Law Enforcement Leaders and Anti-Immigration Groups Have Joined Forces to Deport More Undocumented Immigrants

But it's Ok to let Dream Act people protest against ENFORCING the law against illegal immigration?

Anti-"immigrant" groups? I wonder who they would be?
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