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Employee Benefits Big Chunk Of Postal Service’s $8.5 Billion Loss

A year after the nation’s Postmaster General received a six-figure bonus and huge salary increase, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is in a dire financial crisis attributed largely to the exorbitant cost of employee benefits and compensation. The independent federal agency is rapidly declining and had a record loss of…

White House Says Amnesty Will Make U.S. Smarter

  As it pushes the lame-duck Congress to pass an amnesty bill, the White House claims that legalizing millions of illegal immigrants will help the U.S. economy, support military troops and make the nation smarter. In its desperate attempt to convince Americans that the soon-to-expire Congress should approve the contentious…

FCC Wants More Ethnic Diversity On Airwaves

Keeping with President Obama’s big government ambitions, the Federal Communications Commission has announced a plan to control the internet and a proposal to sustain “traditional media” by requiring broadcasters to reflect ethnic diversity and a commitment to public affairs programming to keep their license. Both agendas were revealed this week…

Hispanic Farmers Want Govt. Reparation Money Too

Now that the U.S. government has dished out billions of dollars to settle discrimination lawsuits with black farmers and Indians, Hispanic and women farmers are pushing to get a piece of the generous reparation pie. A few weeks ago Congress approved a landmark $4.55 settlement to make amends to blacks…

U.S. Funds La Raza Group’s Illegal Immigrant AIDS Battle

  As part of the U.S. government’s campaign to reduce the stigma of AIDS, millions of taxpayer dollars have been allocated to groups that educate minorities about the deadly virus, including a nonprofit dedicated to helping illegal immigrant farm workers. In fact, the Obama Administration launched a special AIDS Hispanic/Latino…

IRS Gives Prison Inmates Millions In Tax Refunds

  More than a decade after government investigators exposed an epidemic of prison inmates fraudulently receiving tens of millions of dollars in tax refunds, the problem is still rampant and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) keeps cutting checks to incarcerated criminals. The scandal of jailed convicts getting tax refunds was…

State Fund May Have To Pay For Abortion Malpractice

  In a blow to Louisiana’s effort to restrict abortions, a federal appellate court has ruled that a state-run medical malpractice fund may have to cover negligence claims against doctors who perform the life-ending procedures even though it’s forbidden by state law. The case involves two physicians embroiled in a…

Dallas PD Drops Felony Charges Against Illegal Immigrants

The law enforcement agency that’s supposed to “serve and protect” one of the nation’s largest cities shields illegal immigrants who commit violent crimes, even when they are serious felonies involving weapons. In dozens of family violence cases involving illegal aliens this year the Dallas Police Department dropped charges, even when…

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