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Law To “End Racial Profiling” Will Cost Millions

A bill pending in Congress to ban racial profiling by all of the nation’s law enforcement agencies allocates millions in federal funds for special officer training programs and makes it easier for those who claim discrimination to sue the government for damages. While the proposed law’s main selling point of…

Report Lists Over $6.5 Bil In Wasteful Govt. Spending

A U.S. Senator just released a report featuring enraging examples of how the government blew billions of dollars on wasteful things like a $10 million remake of a popular American kids show for Pakistan and $35 million for political party conventions in 2012. This type of frivolous spending is the…

Feds Accuse Police Of Discriminating Against Latinos

In a matter of days the Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced that federal investigations of law enforcement agencies in different parts of the country uncovered a pattern of discrimination against Latinos in violation of the U.S. Constitution. This appears to be part of a much bigger Obama Administration plan…

DOJ Confirms Mexican Drug Cartels Operating Inside U.S.

In yet another compelling reason to beef up border security, a new federal court case outlines how Mexican drug cartels have teamed up with violent street gangs to operate inside the United States.   The case involves dozens of members of the Barrio Azteca gang charged with operating a massive…

U.S. Cuts Funding For Life-Saving Chimp Research

The Obama Administration has followed through with its promise to ban funding for life-saving biomedical research on chimpanzees amid demands from leftist animal rights groups that claim the primates are being exploited. The story first came to light about a month ago when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced…

Celebrating 1st Year Of Obama’s $4.5 Bil Child Hunger Law

The U.S. government is celebrating the first anniversary of Michelle Obama’s multi-billion-dollar law to end childhood hunger in low-income neighborhoods by bragging that the measure has made it easier to get public assistance. Promoted as a way to end childhood hunger among the poor, the First Lady got Congress to…

L.A. Police Won’t Enforce Safety Law To Help Illegal Aliens

The city of Los Angeles is taking its sanctuary title more seriously than most by ordering police officers to stop enforcing a state public safety law because it creates an “unfair burden” for illegal immigrants. A few weeks ago the mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa, directed the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)…

New Federal Board To Help “Underserved”

In the Obama Administration’s never-ending expansion of government, yet another new federal advisory committee has been empaneled to help “underserved” low-income populations succeed. The new agency was actually created under the more popular theme of conservation, specifically of the nation’s best-known natural resources such as landmark forests, beaches and

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