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U.S. Atty. Gen. Reassures Muslims Of DOJ Protection

In its devotion to Islamic outreach the Obama Administration has become the first to dispatch a U.S. Attorney General to personally “salute” a Muslim group’s efforts to fulfill the “nation’s promise of equal justice and opportunity.” Addressing a San Francisco-based organization (Muslim Advocates) that urges members not to cooperate in…

Feds Lose Track Of More Than 100k Airplanes

The scandal-plagued federal agency that let terrorists on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List keep their pilot license has no clue who owns more than 100,000 of the nation’s airplanes, creating a national security threat of epic proportions. In fact, officials at the notoriously inept Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) actually…

U.S. Lets Terrorists Use Frozen Assets To Hire Attorneys

  Caving in to the demands of liberal civil rights groups, the Obama Administration has quietly amended a counterterrorism sanction so that accused terrorists can pay for their defense with assets frozen by the U.S. government. The exemption to the government’s Global Terrorism Sanctions was made official this week by…

Illegal Aliens Are “Undocumented” In Sotomayor’s Eyes

A year after Sonia Sotomayor made history for embedding her race-based ideology into a Supreme Court opinion, she has injected her activist philosophy during arguments in the case of a state law that punishes employers of illegal immigrants. In both instances Justice Sotomayor, once a policy maker at the leftist…

Trusted Traveler Program Lets Mexicans Skip Airport Security

  As violent drug cartels take over Mexico and expand their criminal enterprises north, the United States has signed a “trusted traveler” agreement that allows pre-screened Mexican airline passengers to bypass lengthy airport security checkpoints. The foreigners will get “trusted traveler cards” with fingerprints and other biometric data and they…

Clinton Judge Impeached By Congress

  A Clinton-appointed federal judge who took bribes from lawyers to pay off gambling debts has become the first in more than two decades to be removed by Congress. That makes the corrupt former judge, Thomas Porteous, only the eighth in history to be stripped of his lifetime federal job.…

Freed Gitmo Inmates “Reengage” In Terrorism

  Two years after the Pentagon revealed that many Guantanamo detainees rejoin terrorist missions after leaving the military prison, President Obama’s National Intelligence Director confirms that one in four resume terrorist activities against the United States after being released. As the president fulfills his promise of returning America to the…

SCOTUS To Hear Obama Employer Sanction Law Challenge

Although President Obama vowed to crack down on businesses that hire illegal immigrants, the administration will ask the Supreme Court this week to kill an Arizona measure—signed into law by former Governor Janet Napolitano—that punishes employers who hire undocumented workers. Upheld by two federal courts, the Legal Arizona Workers Act…

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