Required Reading – August 2 Afternoon Update

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Muslim immigrant: Nothing wrong with sexually abusing 13 women

“A Muslim immigrant from Egypt who confessed to sexually molesting 13 women told a judge he wasn’t aware that he did anything wrong, arguing such actions are not punished in his home country. […]  Prosecutors said 29-year-old Aly E. attacked the women between April 2015 and February 2018 on Berlin subway cars and at stations, according a translation of a report by the Berlin daily newspaper B.Z. After confessing to his crimes, he told the judge: ‘Nobody told me this is wrong.'”

Read more at WND.

White: Federal Judge Puts The Final Nail In The Coffin Of California’s Climate Crusade

“District Judge William Alsup wrote that San Francisco and Oakland failed to prove that global warming would be substantially curtailed if the oil company did not operate inside California. His decision follows a ruling the judge made in June dismissing both cases on the grounds that Congress, not the court system, is responsible for addressing the emission of greenhouse gasses.”

Read more at Daily Caller.

Boyer: Trump says Voter ID needed to stop Democrats’ push for non-citizens to vote

“President Trump renewed a call Tuesday night for voter ID in the U.S., pointing to examples of Democrats pushing to allow non-citizens to vote.”

Read more at Washington Times.

Arter: DHS Official: ICE Arrested More Than 127,000 Criminal Aliens During FY 2017

“‘During Fiscal Year 2017, ICE ERO arrested more than 127,000 aliens with criminal convictions or impending criminal charges. In real terms, what this means is ERO removed almost 11,000 more criminals from the communities they were victimizing than it did in FY 16,’ Albence said. Albence broke that down further by the type of crime that illegals were convicted of or had charges pending: . . .”

Read more at CNS News.

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