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Imam’s Terrorist Ties Exposed by Local News Station

While the Obama Justice Department tours the nation condemning unfounded discrimination against Muslims at their place of worship, a local Florida news station uncovers an imam’s ties to a blind sheik behind the first World Trade Center bombing in the early 90s. Not surprisingly, the administration’s campaign to combat mosque…

Obama Commits $6 Bil to Make Asia Green

In the midst of an economic crisis and a looming fiscal cliff, President Obama has generously committed $6 billion for a “sustainable energy” partnership with Asia. You can’t help but wonder what the commander-in-chief is thinking! It’s bad enough that he’s blown hundreds of millions of dollars on failed clean…

Feds Look the Other Way As Medicaid Fraud Rises

Federal authorities have for years ignored a growing crisis involving a fraud-infested government entitlement program that fleeces U.S. taxpayers out of millions of dollars, according to a shocking new audit released this week. It would almost seem inconceivable—even for today’s bloated government—if it wasn’t laid out in a report issued…

EXCLUSIVE: FOX NEWS’ ‘HANNITY’ TO AIR ONE-HOUR ‘DISTRICT OF CORRUPTION’ SPECIAL ON THANKSGIVING

Fox News’ “Hannity” on Thursday at 9 p.m. eastern will air a one-hour special about the “District of Corruption” movie and the permanent political class and crony capitalism on both sides of the aisle the film exposes and indicts.

SEC Watchdog Fired for Reporting Misconduct

In the latest of many scandals to rock the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), a former assistant inspector general is suing the agency claiming that he was fired for reporting wrongdoing, including security breaches and misconduct among top officers. It’s yet another black eye for the famously inept federal agency…

U.S. Power System “Inherently Vulnerable” to Terrorist Attack

The U.S. seems to focus most of its Homeland Security resources on protecting transportation against terrorism while seemingly insignificant targets like the country’s electric power delivery system remain dangerously vulnerable to an attack that could cause tremendous damage. An attack on the system, which carries electricity from large central generators…

DHS Hides Records of Failed $1 Bil System from Congress

In an apparent effort to cover up a potential scandal, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has for months refused to provide congressional leaders with records related to a failed program that was quietly nixed after the agency blew $1 billion on it. The faulty “life-saving” technology, known as BioWatch,…

County Spends $100k to Help Illegal Aliens with Immigration Forms

A U.S. county not far from the nation’s capital is spending $100,000 to provide “application assistance” to illegal immigrants recently spared from deportation under President Obama’s backdoor amnesty plan. That means taxpayers in Maryland’s Montgomery County will pick up the tab to help illegal aliens complete paperwork required under the…

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