Link to story about Hole-in-the-Wall Catalina.
Read the comments in the above link from local citizens on Catalina who support illegal aliens as an example of how illegallity flourishes and grows.
Actually, we've seen almost identical comments from "civic leaders" right here in Hole-in-the-Wall Costa Mesa.
Back in the early West, there were various towns that lived on criminality. The corrupt "upstanding citizens" of such towns supported leaving the local criminals alone.
When you read stories about Wyatt Earp and other early lawmen, what you're reading is the history of how a few people took on those towns that were safe havens for criminals and brought in law and order.
No doubt, the same arguments we're hearing now about how illegals and citizens are living together in various communities and that illegal aliens are our neighbors, our co-workers, our students, yada, yada, yada; were made back then about the criminals of that day.
Today, many sanctuary cities and those who support them are the modern equivalents of those hole-in-the-wall towns and the civic leaders of those towns.
And, those who are fighting against illegal aliens are the equivalents of Wyatt Earp and other early lawmen who brought law to lawless areas of this nation.
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WORLD'S BIGGEST RADIOTELESCOPE LAUNCHED IN NETHERLANDS
Will be able to pick up signals from just after the Big Bang.
Meanwhile, as you probably know, the LHC is also trying to get information on what happened just after the Big Bang.
Trying to learn why existence exists is the Big Question and the Big Bang may have the answers.
The question can be put this way: If existence began with the Big Bang, then exactly what was there before the Big Bang?
And, if it was nothing, then how was something--the Big Bang itself and everything else that flowed from it--created from nothing?
Further, if the Big Bang wasn't the beginning, then what was?
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MAYBE SOME OF THOSE NON-GRADUATES ARE AT THE NEWPORT BEACH INDEPENDENT?
Here's a headline from the Newport Beach Independent:
"■Graduation rate for U.S. high-schoolers falls for second straight year. See how Newport-Mesa Uniified fairs." Link
Ah, we think they mean "Unified." We also think they mean "fares." Also, "high schoolers" is a compound word that does not need a hyphen.
We wouldn't have brought this up, but since the story is about schools, well....
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