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Sandy Berger Hid Stolen Terror Info In Trash

Scandalous new details of how Bill Clinton’s national security advisor schemed to remove highly classified terrorism documents from the National Archives paint the picture of a desperate man who tried to bully a trash collector into helping him commit the crime. Sandy Berger took the sensitive documents in 2003 as…

Illegal Immigrant Employer Gets Sued

A huge meatpacking company recently busted in a federal raid for hiring illegal immigrants is being sued by former employees who claim owners conspired to keep wages down by hiring lower-paid, undocumented workers. Filed in Texas by 18 U.S. citizens who once worked for Swift & Co, the lawsuit claims…

Pentagon Wastes Millions On Contractors

The Department of Defense has lost control of thousands of private contractors hired to help operate the nation’s wars and the result has been chaotic on the battlefield and costly to American taxpayers. A scathing Congressional investigative report reveals how the Pentagon has lost track of many of the 60,000…

Clinton Fights National Security Measure

Although she claims that national security is of paramount importance, New York Senator Hillary Clinton vigorously opposes a plan developed in response to the September 11 terrorist attacks and designed to strengthen border security. The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative requires all travelers, U.S. citizens and foreign nationals alike, to present…

Bribed Tennessee Senator Charged Again

A Democratic legislator from Tennessee indicted last year for taking thousands of dollars in bribes from an undercover FBI agent, was charged this week with accepting nearly $1 million in “consulting fees” for helping contractors secure lucrative deals with the state’s medical program. Tennessee State Senator John Ford, who resigned…

Clinton Budget Guru In More Trouble

Years after disgracefully resigning amid scandal, federal regulators have charged Bill Clinton’s budget director for manipulating earnings to increase his hefty bonus when he headed the giant government-sponsored mortgage company Fannie Mae. Franklin Raines submitted misleading and inaccurate accounting statements and inaccurate capital reports that enabled

U.S. Military Recruiters Run Drugs

Dozens of recruiters from various branches of the U.S. military remained on the job – which includes regular visits to high schools–even though the FBI had evidence that for years they participated in a massive drug-smuggling ring along the U.S.-Mexican border. Considered one of the country’s biggest public corruption cases…

U.S. Sells China Nuclear Technology

The head of the U.S. Government agency that claims to protect the nation’s nuclear and energy security is behind Communist China’s multi billion-dollar purchase of nuclear reactors from an American company. China’s state-owned China National Nuclear Corporation will pay Westinghouse Electric Co. between $5 billion and $8 billion for

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