10 Horribly Violent Crimes That Were Committed By Illegals

 
Yes, illegal immigrants are responsible for lots of crime in this country. In recent years, nearly 1000 illegal immigrants have been convicted of committing sex crimes against children in the state of Texas alone.
 
And as you will read about below, illegal immigrants have a murder rate that is 3 to 10 times higher than the general population.
 
So anyone that suggests that illegal immigrants don’t commit more crime than the rest of us is simply lying to you.
 
#1 An illegal immigrant that had been deported five times recently gunned down a young woman that was taking a walk with her father on a pier in San Francisco

#2 An illegal immigrant has just been arrested for abducting a 13-year-old Florida girl and repeatedly raping her

#3 Earlier this year, an illegal immigrant in Alabama was arrested and charged with sodomizing a 10-year-old girl

#4 While taking refuge in the “sanctuary city” of Philadelphia, one illegal alien decided that it would be a good idea to attack and rape a 26-year-old doctor as she walked home from work

#5 In Arizona, an illegal immigrant that had been deported six times has just been charged with a hit-and-run. It turns out that the vehicle that he hit contained a young mother and her two very young children

#6 In Porterville, California a drunk illegal immigrant plowed through a fence and killed a 3-year-old girl that was standing in line for ice cream

#7 Down in Laredo, Texas an illegal immigrant that had been deported four times confessed to murdering his wife with a hammer

#8 In DeLand, Florida a 27-year-old Mexican immigrant that is here illegally has been charged with raping a woman that cannot hear or speak

#9 Earlier this year, a 29-year-old illegal immigrant killed a convenience store clerk in Phoenix over two packs of cigarettes

#10 Not too long ago, three members of the MS-13 street gang forced a 16-year-old New York girl into the woods and took turns brutally raping her

Does this Deal Prevent Iran from Developing a Nuclear Weapon?



Does the proposed deal with Iran actually prevent the Mullah's from ever developing a nuclear weapon?
Or does it merely delay them for a period of years? That is the key question that has not yet been clearly answered.

In his statement on the deal, President Obama seemed to suggest that Iran will never be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon. He said that this "long-term deal with Iran... will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon." He then repeated this assurance: "because of this deal, the international community will be able to verify that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not be able to develop a nuclear weapon." These seemingly categorical statements were intended to assure the world that President Obama would keep his earlier promise that Iran will never be allowed to develop nuclear weapons.

But is that what the deal itself does? Or, as stated by its critics, does it actually assure that Iran will be allowed to develop a nuclear arsenal after a short delay of several years? That is the key question that the Obama administration has refused to answer directly. It must do so before Congress can be asked to buy a pig in a poke for the American people.

There is an enormous difference between a deal that merely delays Iran's development of a nuclear arsenal for a period of years and a deal that prevents Iran from ever developing a nuclear arsenal. Prime Minister Netanyahu of Israel and many other critics of this deal describe it as merely a delay, while the Obama administration seems to be suggesting by its rhetoric that the deal will prevent Iran from ever obtaining a nuclear weapon.

The devil is not so much in the details as in the broad outlines of this deal and its understanding by the parties. Does it or does it not allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons after a relatively short moratorium? Iran certainly seems to believe that it does, Israel certainly believes that it does, and many in Congress-both Republicans and Democrats-- seem to believe that it does. But the President seems to be telling the American public and the world that these critics are wrong: that Iran will never be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon under this deal.  Yet, just a few months ago, he seemed more cautious and candid in discussing his "fear" that "in year 13, 14, 15, they have advanced centrifuges that enrich uranium fairly rapidly, and at that point the breakout times would have shrunk almost down to zero." He also said that we have assurances of a yearlong breakout time "for at least well over a decade," implying that after that indeterminate time frame, the assurances will no longer be in place.

Obama's statement, despite its confusing and ambiguous context, has raised deep concerns among critics of the deal. Moreover, the text of the deal includes time frames of 8 Yi years, 10 years and 15 years, which also generates confusion at a time when clarify is essential.

So which is it? Congress has a right to know, and so do the American people. Is it a postponement for an uncertain number of years - 8 Yi, 10, 13, 14, 15-of Iran's ability to develop a nuclear weapon?  Or is it an assurance that "Iran will not be able to develop a nuclear weapon?"

Read More Here:  http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/6167/does-this-deal-prevent-iran-from-developing


Iran Deal Worse Than We Imagined Possible



William Kristol, political analyst and founder of the Weekly Standard, issued a dire warning to Congress over the president's nuclear deal with the Iranian regime. Calling the deal "worse than we even imagined possible,"

Kristol urged Congress to "rise to the occasion" and override the president's threatened veto.
Saying the deal gives Iran $140 billion in return for "effectively nothing," Kristol describes the moment as "the bottom, the nadir" of American foreign policy that Congress must now do the hard work of pulling us out of by rejecting the president's "very bad deal."

Read More Here: http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/kristol-iran-deal-worse-we-imagined-possible#

Iran Fines U.S. Administration $50 Billion



An Iranian court on Monday issued a ruling fining the United States $50 billion for purported damages against the Islamic Republic and its citizens, according to an announcement by Iran’s Judiciary.

Iran claims that the United States is guilty of inflicting “heavy loss and damage” on the country, as well as “killing the Iranian nationals by assisting their enemies,” such as former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, according to Iran’s state-controlled Fars News Agency.

Read more at http://cowboybyte.com/39519/iran-fines-u-s-administration-50-billion/

The media elites’ problem with Donald Trump: He’s not for sale


The media establishment is having a cardiac arrest.

The reason? Donald Trump has thrown his hat into the Republican presidential race.

The billionaire businessman is a straight shooter, known for his bluntness and tough talk. Unlike most politicians, he speaks plainly and directly. He doesn’t mince words or engage in the kind of double talk that pervades Washington. In short, he does not defer to the media elites, who cherish their role as the gatekeepers of our political class.

Read More Here:  http://www.worldtribune.com/2015/07/01/the-elites-problem-with-trump-hes-not-for-sale/