More Than 347,000 Convicted Criminal Immigrants At Large In U.S.


In 2013 the Obama administration released 36,007 criminal immigrants who had nearly 88,000 convictions. Those convictions included 193 homicide convictions, 426 sexual assault convictions, 303 kidnapping convictions, and 1,075 aggravated assault convictions. In 2014 the administration released another 30,558 criminal immigrants, who had a total of 79,059 convictions.

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Powerline: Donald Trump Is Right

From Powerline: Data on convictions for federal offenses are available at the U.S. Sentencing Commission’sweb site. Senate committee staff have analyzed those data, and found that “38 percent of federal convictions in FY 2013 were of illegal immigrants, and nearly

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Donald Trump: ‘Karl Rove Is a Proven Loser’

During a recent interview with Ammoland, Donald Trump described GOP establishment strategist Karl Rove as “a proven loser,” who crossed into ridiculousness via his statement on repealing the Second Amendment.

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OK Gov. Defies State Supreme Court: 10 Commandments Monument Remains

One governor is showing the way to stand up to anti-Judeo-Christian secularists assaulting Biblical values. On Tuesday, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin defied the state’s Supreme Court, asserting that the Ten Commandments monument stationed at the Capitol will remain despite the court’s ruling that it has to be removed.


Hillary on Emails: ‘I Didn’t Have to Turn over Anything’

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told CNN’s Brianna Keilar that she had been fully compliant with all relevant laws and regulations regarding her email during her service in the Obama administration, despite using a private email address, maintaining a private server at her New York home, selecting which emails to turn over for archival purposes, and deleting the rest.


Obama Admin. Launches Ad Campaign Encouraging Immigrants To Become Citizens

The campaign is part of an Obama administration push to encourage immigrants to become citizens. In recent months, the Obama administration has partnered with six cities including New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, and Atlanta to promote naturalization. Print and digital advertisements will be in English, Spanish, Chinese and Vietnamese. Radio public service announcements will be heard in Spanish and Chinese and video public service announcements will be in English and Spanish.

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Rubio’s Gang of Eight Bill Would Have Rewarded Sanctuary Cities Harboring Illegals

In the wake of yet another murder of an American at the hands of a Mexican immigrant, it’s worth revisiting the immigration bill put forth in part by GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio, which offered rewards for sanctuary cities. Had the Gang of Eight measure become law, not only would it have allowed sanctuary cities to continue to refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities, it would have stopped ICE from pushing to strip federal funds from sanctuary cities that defied them by releasing aliens back onto the streets, thanks to an amendment added by California Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

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