Why yes... yes it is. Scroll down to the list.
Yep MONK a list of no less than 200 of those cities.
So at least 200 American cities are considered 'sanctuary cities'.
With a number like that.... my guess is many posting here live in one of those cities and... Sure sounds like much of America believes in such. Some of you folks are just making yourselves look less and less...
Gotta love it though how some seem to have gotten on the list. Like one "source" given is a newspaper article citing "launches effort to woo more immigrants".
Wow! Talk about (weak) standards.
Is there an app for illegal immigrants to find the Sanctuary City they like best to move to?
Watch someone make one with the Govt's blessing.
The-Monk: Is there an app for illegal immigrants to find the Sanctuary City they like best to move to? (sarcasm off) Watch someone make one with the Govt’s blessing."
Got a problem with capitalism Monk-Man?
 June 17, 2015 at 6:39pm
Do they make an auto-focus computer screen? Mine’s all blurry.
 June 4, 2015 at 6:34pm
Maybe we need to turn ‘em inside down too, to just make sure they’re PC. Why apologize Jim? Because someone may read it backwards in their mirror? or from the inside of the bus? It took 12 years till someone noticed it. Probably not a real problem. Worry about things that are truly a problem. Like our tyrannical government.
 May 4, 2015 at 3:14pm
She have a sister?
 May 1, 2015 at 8:35pm
According To medical reports, his spinal cord was severed by 80%. So here’s my question: if his injuries happened before being put in the paddy wagon, how could he violently thrash about with only 20% of his motor skills intact?
His leg was limp before they put him in the van. That's a sign of a traumatic spinal injury.
Good one Woggie....
Nobody said he was violently thrashing about under his own steam.
So here's MY question: are you really as dumb as you sound?
 March 27, 2015 at 2:45pm
Looks like a very respectable haircut for a young man
 March 11, 2015 at 1:43pm
Danged if you do, danged if you don’t!
What a bunch of crap! Being courteous to others, no matter the gender, race, age, etc., is a sign of respect. Just think how society would be if we disrespected everyone we came in contact with. I know, it doesn’t take much imagination at this point.
As for me, I always hold the door for others, so I guess I’m a sexist and am raising my the same way.
If I came across a feminist who I knew was like this i would probably rush to get through the door before her and then let it close in her face. I have no respect and there is no courtesy for someone like this.
 March 11, 2015 at 6:16am
Even the authors of the story can’t guess correct. The answer is top row, center column.
For the correct answer, turn over your phone. Provided it is an iPhone.
correct – i think they just typo’d the answer.
or they simply don’t know what columns and rows are…
Are our experts getting bored or is this just what we have to look forward to these days?
Last Apple logo I gave a fat rat's behind about was glued to the center of Beatle's albums.
Isn't that what they said?.... first ROW, 2nd column? Same as what you said - just different wording: top row center column. Not trying to be picky - but going by their description, and then yours, I end up at the same logo.
What percentage of the 53% that didn't get it actually gave a damn about Apple, though? I'm guessing very few.
Agreed, I chose the right one and it still told me I got it wrong. I double and triple checked to see what I was missing, but the only thing amiss was their test. Hmm....these must be the same scientists that work on global warming...I mean, climate change. Falsifying the facts to meet their needs.
The only Apple product I have ever (and will ever) own was an Apple II GS computer. That experience cured me of Apples.
That isn't what Google says!! Check it out!!!
They should do a test with the Playboy logo. They could have the rabbit ears pointing left or right, one ear flaccid with one ear erect or two ears limp and so on. I bet everyone would know which was right.
 February 14, 2015 at 11:13am
Good to see young people such as this man treat others with respect. Side result is, he will have many more girls giving him attention. Guarantee you, the others guys in his school wish they thought of this idea.
Nice work young man.
 February 12, 2015 at 10:02am
Can’t believe we need a bill for this. How do the tax payers get their money back? I imagine this is a widespead problem. We’ve been paying these people to not work. We want a refund!
 February 6, 2015 at 11:54am
I don’t nessecarily disagree with this type of tax. The more you drive and use the infrastructure, the more you pay. The problem is, if the impose this tax, they won’t delete the fuel tax we have now. It will just be an additional tax stream for government.
King- This will be my last post tonight. I’m getting ready to step into a meeting for the next few hours.
I would venture to guess you are in your mid twenties in age. I didn’t have much perspective in what was going on in the government when I was that age either. Now that I’m nearing fifty, I’ve seen a lot more. I used to think my grandparents talking about how much encroachment the gov. had made in their lives was a bunch of belly aching. Now that I’ve been around awhile, I understand their complaints.
The problem is that there are people like you who keep their fingers in their ears and their eyes closed to what’s going on. Either they choose not to be informed or they are to cowardly to stand up and be responsible as an American. These people are causing the decline of America.
When the time comes we need to get our country back, King, stay out of our way. You will not be a help, but a hindrance.
Now wake up, pay attention and get educated!
 January 15, 2015 at 8:39pm
King- You don’t think we have a tyrannical , oppressive government? What do you think the founders would think if they were suddenly brought to life in 2015? They would be marching on Wash DC in the morning. The path this government is going down is the same as the analogy of the frog in a pot of water on a burner slowly being turned up. Another new gov. rule? We can live with that. Another new regulation ? We can get along with that. Till it comes to the point we are in a pot of boiling water and there’s nothing we can do to save ourselves.
You say you want the people to have more control. With a properly functioning Senate, we would. The way it is now allows outside interests and pressures to dictate the laws and rules to be created that work against us.
The lackadaisical attitude we have in this country in our knowledge of a properly functioning government is leading to the demise of this great country.
You say that we are better educated and have more information available to us than we did at our founding. That may be true to a point, but it doesn’t change the fact a small, restrained government is beneficial to society. The problem is that as a society ages, we tend to think that with an increase in education, we can out think common sense. We can’t.
Until we understand we are in a pot of water being heated, things will continue to get worse. My fear is it will take too long to get to this point. The longer it takes, the bigger mess we’ll have to clean up.
 January 15, 2015 at 7:33pm
King- The education of the people, either then or now, has nothing to do with why we need Senators that are beholden to their respective states. The reason we need a Senate the way it was designed is to protect the people from an over-reaching Federal Government. I don’t know about you, but I’m afraid we are there. I don’t know you, but I assume you are aware enough to see that also.
The education system in this country is doing a poor job of teaching our youth the original intent of the government or the proper role of government. They are being raised to be ignorant of the Constitution and Government restraint. Until enough people see the light, this country will continue it’s downward spiral.
To all: please educate yourself, your children and those around you in the proper role of the Federal Government. This may be our only hope.
 January 15, 2015 at 6:50pm
King-I don’t believe you actually do understand the reasoning our founders set our government up the way they did. The Founders knew that if all the powers were in the hands of the people, the states would not be able to protect the citizens in their state against the federal government. The Senate was designed to act in the interest of the state. All states equally. That’s why there are only two Senators from each state. They were to all be equally represented the same regardless of size, population, geographic area, etc. the Senators were beholden to the will of the people of that state. It they were not doing so, one or both Senators could be replaced at any time by the state legislators. This kept the Senators doing what was in the interests of their state.
You mentioned how less educated the people were early in our country. I suppose that depends on your definition of educated. I would contend that most people back then were much more independent thinkers and had more common sense than most of the populace today.
 January 15, 2015 at 6:22pm
King-Our Founding Fathers set up the House of Representatives to represent the people and the Senate to represent the States. The 17th amendment stripped the States of power under the guise of giving people the power. The same power they already had with the House. Repealing the 17th would go a long way in making sure our government is acting appropriately.
 January 14, 2015 at 8:05pm
Exactly right Outlaw. This will be the first of many “great ideas” to make this a better country that will be coming out in the next two years.
 January 14, 2015 at 8:01pm
“If we want to be globally competitive, we have to figure this out.”
Do this. You and Congress go to the sideline, sit down, shut up and stay out of the game! The private sector will make us competitive. Government and their “fixes” are choking this country.