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Court Says Ok To Deny Illegal Alien Public Service

In a rare case for a state that has long offered illegal immigrants sanctuary, an appellate court in Oregon has ruled in favor of a state agency that denied an illegal alien costly public services based on her immigration status. Oregon’s largest regulatory agency, the Department of Consumer and Business…

House Ethics Comm. Clears Tax Cheat Lawmaker

Smacking down an independent panel created by the U.S. House of Representatives to investigate member misconduct, the notoriously remiss House Ethics Committee has cleared a California lawmaker who lied to get an illegal out-of-state tax break.  After determining that the Democratic congressman had violated criminal tax law and ethics rules,…

About-Face: Mayor Wants Terror Trial Out Of NY

In a serious blow to President Obama’s ludicrous plan to try the self-described mastermind of the September 11 terrorist attacks in Manhattan, New York’s mayor has done an about-face asserting he doesn’t want the trial in his city after initially supporting the idea.  Trying the Al-Qaeda leader (Khalid Sheikh Mohammed)…

Detroit Corruption Keeps Piling Up

Public corruption cases keep piling up in a notoriously shady U.S. city that has seen its scandal-plagued mayor go to prison for a multitude of crimes, a deputy mayor and prominent city councilwoman each plead guilty to bribery in different schemes and several public school employees charged with numerous felonies…

Govt. Risks Human Lives For “Endangered” Bug

In an unbelievable example of government lunacy or at the very least misplaced priorities, state and federal officials are risking human lives to protect a species of insect from extinction. The bizarre case involves residents of a cliffside Maryland community located about 100 feet above scenic Chesapeake Bay in the…

Illegal Alien Convict Freed For Not Getting Speedy Trial

An illegal immigrant drug dealer who fled to his native Mexico after orchestrating the murder of an Iowa teenager is free because his conviction was overturned by an appellate court that ruled he was denied a speedy trial while he was a fugitive from U.S. justice.  The astounding case dates…

U.S. Gets F On Bioterror Security

Nearly a decade after the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, the government still fails to adequately protect the nation from perilous threats posed by weapons of mass destruction, according to a bipartisan commission created by Congress to assess national security. After all these years, the U.S. government has neglected…

Image Makeover For Illegal Immigrants In Dallas

The Mexican government’s new representative in Dallas has devised a plan to give the area’s half a million illegal aliens an image makeover that will shed their tainted reputations as noisy litterers who celebrate with guns and leave kids at home unsupervised.  The goal, according to the Mexican consul general,…

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