Past Features

January 9, 2015

Another Attack on Free Speech
This time in California
The headquarters of the Santa Barbara News-Press in California was vandalized, apparently by pro-illegal immigration activists. (Larger Photo)
Fox News -- January 8, 2015  
California newspaper office vandalized over use of 'illegal' immigrant label
    A California newspaper will continue to use the term "illegals" to describe people who enter the U.S. without permission, despite an attack on its building by vandals believed to object to the term.
    The Santa Barbara News-Press's front entrance was sprayed with the message "The border is illegal, not the people who cross it" in red paint, sometime either Wednesday night or early Thursday, according to the newspaper's director of operations, Donald Katich. The attack came amid wider objections to a News-Press headline that used the word "illegals" alongside a story on California granting driver's licenses to people in the country illegally.
"It is an appropriate term in describing someone as "illegal" if they are in this country illegally."
---- Statement from Santa Barbara News-Press

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