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Penn. Senator Criminally Charged

  In a scandalous affair involving one of Pennsylvania’s most powerful political families, a state senator and her judicial assistant sister have been criminally charged for illegally using legislative resources and staff to work on another sister’s campaign for state Supreme Court. Republican state Senator Jane Orie and her sister,…

Islamic Radical Tours U.S. Thanks To Clinton Order

  The radical Islamic “scholar” whose terrorist ties banned him from the U.S. for six years is visiting four American cities this week, just months after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed a special order to allow his reentry. Tariq Ramadan, an extremist Muslim who supports Islamic terrorism, arrived in…

Another South Florida Politician Headed To Jail

A city commissioner with a long history of criminal behavior is the latest of several public officials to get convicted in a notorious south Florida hotbed of political corruption that’s even seen its county sheriff go to jail. The latest elected official to go down in Broward County is Miramar…

Feds Probe University’s Device To Help Illegal Border Crossers

  Nearly half a year after a professor at a public university spent taxpayer dollars to create a tool that helps Mexicans enter the United States illegally, the area’s congressional delegation has finally decided to investigate the matter. The activist Chicano professor (Ricardo Dominguez) at the University of California San…

Obama’s Judicial Nominee Hides Leftwing History

The ardently leftist California law school professor nominated by President Obama to become a federal appellate court judge suspiciously concealed more than 100 of his most controversial speeches, publications and other background materials from the U.S. Senate committee that screens judicial candidates. Obama’s pick to fill a vacancy on the…

Labor Dept. Helps Illegal Alien Workers

The Department of Labor has launched a special program to assist and protect illegal immigrant workers in the U.S., referred to as “vulnerable” and “underpaid” by the presidential cabinet member who heads the agency. Hundreds of new field investigators have been deployed to reach out to Latino laborers in areas…

Transgender Inmates Have Constitutional Right To Hormones

    A Wisconsin law that bans using taxpayer money for transgender prisoners’ costly hormone treatments violates the constitutional ban on cruel and unusual punishment, according to a federal court ruling that kills a state measure passed with ardent bipartisan support. Denying convicted male felons hormones that help them look…

AG Helps Illegal Alien Gangbangers Charged With Murder

  Three illegal immigrant gang members who faced the death penalty for murdering a Maryland man last summer have been spared by the nation’s chief law enforcement officer who has ordered prosecutors not to seek the maximum punishment. Attorney General Eric Holder intervened on behalf of the El Salvadoran gangbangers…

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