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Communists In Charge of Protecting U.S. Shore

A company owned by a communist Chinese billionaire suspected by U.S. intelligence agencies of arms smuggling and other national security violations, is in charge of safeguarding the American shoreline from nuclear threat. The U.S. Government is in the final stages of awarding Hong Kong-based Hutchinson Whampoa a no-bid, $6 million…

Terrorist Media Frozen By U.S.

Two years after the State Department added a Lebanese media group to its terrorist exclusion list for funding the radical group Hezbollah, the U.S. Treasury Department has finally frozen its massive assets. The action by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control also means that Americans are forbidden from…

Hillary Invokes Jesus And The Bible

A latecomer to the heated immigration debate, Hillary Clinton finally spoke out on the issue and, not surprisingly, her view on the matter has changed drastically in only a few years. In theatrical fashion, the New York senator surrounded herself with a multicultural coalition to earn the week’s sound bite…

Illegal Immigrants Create Danger On Highway

An onslaught of serious traffic accidents involving illegal immigrants on a major Colorado highway should provide support for two bills that would make human smuggling a state felony. In the last two days alone, 100 illegal immigrants were involved in six major wrecks on Colorado’s Interstate 70 and state troopers…

Whistleblowers Could Lose Protection

A federal whistleblower law that protects public employees from retaliation for denouncing government misconduct could be severely weakened if the Supreme Court rules against a former county prosecutor in a case being debated this week. The high court’s decision will affect the nation’s 20 million public employees and a negative…

California City A Sanctuary For Illegal Immigrants

While most municipalities are battling illegal immigration, one tiny Southern California City in Los Angeles County actually changed several laws to accommodate residents known to be in the country illegally. Officials in Maywood, with a 96% Hispanic population of 29,000, proudly announced that they want to make their town a…

The $600 Million Government Waste

A North Carolina congressman continues to push for a controversial $600 million road that few people want and nobody needs because it will supposedly stimulate the local economy. The funding will come from the financially strapped National Park Service and the project would tremendously damage one of the nation’s most…

Texas Police Runs Drug Business

After a lengthy federal investigation, the Troup Texas police department was shut down because the chief and several officers ran a lucrative business using the illegal drugs confiscated from criminals. Some officers even made marijuana home deliveries. The police chief, Chester Kennedy, who led the tiny department for 14 years,…

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