Judicial Watch • Archives for 2010

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TB-Infected Man On TSA List Slips Onto Flight

Once again highlighting how dangerously incompetent the nation’s airline security system is, a passenger with tuberculosis took a 2,600-mile flight on a commercial plane even though his name appeared on a Homeland Security “do-not-board” list. Authorities evidently realized that the visibly ill man had violated their security system after the…

Congress Parties At Climate Conf.

An army of U.S. lawmakers, their spouses and congressional staffers racked up an exorbitant tab to attend the laughable United Nations climate summit in Denmark last month and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who was in charge of the invite list, doesn’t want Americans to know how much they dished out…

Cos Under Criminal Probe Get Stimulus Funds

In the never ending list of examples of fraud and abuse in President Obama’s massive stimulus program, tens of millions of taxpayer dollars are going to large corporations with documented histories of criminal practices in one state alone. Several big—and no doubt politically connected—firms in California are raking in lucrative…

Illegal Alien Cop Murderer Has Huge Criminal Record

In a case that resembles many others nationwide, an illegal immigrant who recently murdered a Utah law enforcement officer has an extensive criminal record and multiple deportation orders yet remained in the U.S. undetected.  The tragic incident accentuates the lingering weaknesses in the federal immigration enforcement system and lack of…

Judge Frees Terrorist Whose Confession Was Tainted By Torture

The federal judge who made headlines in 2008 for liberating more than a dozen Guantanamo Muslim terrorists in the U.S. has ordered the release of an admitted Al-Qaeda operative because the jihadist’s confessions were tainted by torture. The self-professed Yemeni terrorist, Saeed Mohammed Saleh Hatim, has been incarcerated at the…

Chicago May Ax Police Exams To Boost Minorities

Officials in a crime-infested urban U.S. city are seriously considering eliminating an entrance exam for its police department in order to boost the number of ethnic minorities on the force. If the Chicago Police Department does in fact go through with its outlandish affirmative action plan, it would become the…

Study: Legalizing Illegal Aliens Will Boost U.S. Economy

Legalizing the nation’s 12 million illegal immigrants will greatly help American workers and boost the U.S. economy, according to a new report released this week by a prominent Chicano Studies professor at a major public university in California.  Unlike the existing enforcement-only strategy (referred to as a “vicious cycle”), comprehensive…

Convicted Baltimore Mayor Gets Sweet Deal

Though she confidently vowed to remain in office after a recent embezzlement conviction, Baltimore’s famously crooked mayor resigned this week as part of a scandalously lenient plea agreement that most definitely would never be extended to the average American.  The veteran politician who stole from the poor, committed perjury, steered…

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