By Carlos Esteban*
(Opinion) Declaring yourself a "sanctuary city" looks good and makes a lot of noise; officially proclaiming to the winds that your municipality is open to all immigrants, legal and illegal, is all the rage among Democrats.
But let's assume you believe that.
In that case, it's a severe problem, as recently in exclusive Martha's Vineyard, which panicked at the arrival of just fifty refugees, and now in New York, which is facing an unprecedented crisis of new arrivals, it doesn't know where to house.
Eric Adams, the new mayor of New York, was . . .