Dena vs. Dena: Two Sides Of Sanctuary Cities

image of highway signs saying "Welcome Illegal Immigrants, Sanctuary City" and downtown silhouette backdrop

By Dena Leichnitz   This is Dena Takruri (video below), and this is her take on why we should keep sanctuary cities.  All I have to say to her comments are, “Dena, you are wrong!”  And believe me that is not a sentence I utter very often.  So lets go over her comments and see why sanctuary cities are a bad thing and not helpful to society.  In order to avoid confusion when I am referring to Ms. Takruri, I will use the initials DT and when referring to myself, I…

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Should We Stop Celebrating the False Pride of “Diversity”? My Tolerant Dad Would Say Yes.

by Oletta Branstiter The LGBTQ Community has been marching and shouting “Pride” in downtown San Francisco all weekend.  The festivities began days before I was leaving on a jet plane back to DFW Airport. I saw the ad spots on TV while I was chilling in my motel suite in Redwood Shores for a week. Don’t ask my 87-year-old father what he thinks of the gay political agenda unless you want his honest opinion. “We’re not going to The City this weekend,” would be his simple reply. Is he a…

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Three Major Cities Suffer Simultaneous Power Outages on April 21st – Was Earth Day an Ominous Warning?

by Oletta Branstiter What do major power outages mean for us? New York City subways were crippled on Friday morning when power was interrupted at the 53rd Street station in Manhattan, affecting many other lines and holding up thousands of morning commuters. The failure occurred at 7:30 am and was finally restored at 11:30 am. ConEdison ambiguously blamed a problem with the area’s electrical line. During this window of time, Los Angeles, CA, also suffered power failures at the LAX Airport and surrounding areas. No cause has yet been reported.…

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