July 10, 2008
Re " 'Dumping' may land S.F. in court," July 4 San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom may soon be facing a court appearance. His first offense is the surreptitious dumping of juvenile illegal immigrant cocaine dealers into local group homes in San Bernardino County for subsequent disappearance into the shadows. I wonder if Newsom was also unaware of the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act, which states that "any person who encourages or induces an alien to ... reside in the United States knowing or in reckless disregard of the fact that such ... residence is in violation of law ... shall be punished."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 2008 |
California's best-known sanctuary city -- a haven for illegal immigrants -- has been escorting convicted juvenile offenders back to their home countries at city expense for nearly a generation and shielding them from federal officials in the process. But after several recent embarrassing incidents, this famously liberal enclave has been forced to reconsider how it deals with young undocumented criminals.
September 30, 2007 |
One football will be polished. The other is scuffed. One will be handled with kid gloves. The other has been smudged by kids' play. And, whereas one will reside behind glass at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the other belongs to Kitrick Taylor, a little-known receiver who spent one season with the Green Bay Packers.