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Napolitano: Mexican Border Violence A Mistaken “Perception”

Violence along the Mexican border is merely a mistaken “perception” because the area is better now than it ever has been thanks to the Obama Administration’s commitment to “fostering a secure and prosperous” region.So says Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano who is beginning to sound like a desperate salesperson…

Obama’s Judicial Pick Gets Million$ In Settlements Till 2024

New information about the advocate trial lawyer and Democratic fundraiser that President Obama keeps pushing as a federal judge sheds light on why the Senate has twice rejected the controversial judicial candidate who was nominated for a third time earlier this year.Not only is the renowned plaintiff attorney (John J.…

Senate Hearing To Protect Muslim Civil Rights

In “response to the spike in anti-Muslim bigotry,” the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has quietly scheduled a special hearing for early next week to better protect Muslim civil rights in America.Organized by Illinois Democrat Dick Durbin, who chairs the judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Human Rights, the event will mark the…

Congress Asked To Pledge Respect To Latinos

Amid heated immigration debates, members of Congress are being asked to sign a pledge acknowledging the economic, civic and cultural contributions of Latinos and opposing “irresponsible and inflammatory rhetoric” that “dehumanizes” them.The contract is part of the “Pledge for Respect” campaign launched this month by the politically-connected National Council of La

IRS Sits By As Inmates Collect Fraudulent Tax Refunds

Nearly a year after Congress passed a law to stop incarcerated criminals from fraudulently receiving millions of dollars in tax returns, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) hasn’t bothered creating a system to catch the offenders.For more than a decade, government investigators have exposed an epidemic of prison inmates illegally receiving…

$60 Mil To Study Climate Change Effects On Crops, Forests

With a national debt that tops $14 trillion and a colossal budget deficit, the U.S.government is dishing out $60 million to study the effects of climate change on crops and forests.The multi million-dollar studies will focus on the impact that global warming will have in three key areas that government officials…

Taxpayers Spend Millions To Educate Convicts

While states across the nation suffer through their most dire financial crisis some still dedicate tens of millions of dollars annually to educate prison inmates and lawmakers are finally questioning the costly programs that liberals claim improve behavior and reduce recidivism.In Texas, where a budget shortfall has slashed funding for public…

U.S. Sued By Illegal Immigrant’s Family

The family of a drug-abusing illegal immigrant who died after being subdued with a stun gun is suing the U.S. government for using excessive force that led to his “wrongful death.”The illegal immigrant, Anastacio Hernandez, lived in San Diego and was twice deported to his native Mexico. He became unruly when federal agents tried to…

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