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U.S. May Give Self-Deported “Dreamers” Asylum

After mocking U.S. law, a group of illegal immigrants who self-deported in a publicity stunt will get a crack at asylum because the Obama administration has determined they have a “credible fear of persecution or torture” in their native Mexico. It would be laughable if it wasn’t so enraging. This…

Navy’s $40 Billion War Ship Boondoggle

American taxpayers will continue funding a controversial program involving a fleet of Navy warships that have been plagued by significant deficiencies and embarrassing mechanical problems despite their titanic (no pun intended) $480 million price tag. So what if the sophisticated 3,000-ton warships don’t work correctly, the Navy plans to keep…

Virginia Governor Embroiled in Major Scandal

If there was a political version of the reality television show America’s Dumbest Criminals, Virginia’s Republican governor, Bob McDonnell, would probably be a frontrunner for the starring role. In a matter of weeks his multiple transgressions have taken him from a serious GOP White House contender to an embarrassment on the…

Obama Plan to End Global “Undernutrition” Costs U.S. $4 Bil

A multi-billion-dollar Obama initiative to “reduce global poverty and undernutrition” just dropped $10 million on a special lab that will improve “climate resilience in some of Africa’s main cereal crops.” It’s all part of the president’s “vision of a world where people no longer face extreme poverty, hunger and undernutrition.”…

Fed Court: Obama Amnesty “Contrary to Congressional Mandate”

A federal court in Texas has chided the backdoor Obama amnesty initiative that will spare nearly a million illegal immigrants, writing in a ruling that it’s “contrary to congressional mandate.” The admonishment comes from Judge Reed O’Connor in Dallas, who this week dismissed a lawsuit brought by 10 Immigration and…

Al Qaeda, Obama Share Gitmo Goal

As President Obama redoubles efforts to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Al Qaeda’s leader announces that the terror network will spare no effort to free its “brothers” at the U.S. military facility in southeastern Cuba. Imagine if those Al Qaeda “brothers” had been transferred to a prison in the…

TSA Asleep On the Job, Literally

As the twelfth anniversary of 9/11 approaches a government report illustrates that the nation’s transportation system is not much safer than it was when Islamic terrorists carried out their plot using passenger airplanes as a weapon to murder thousands. That’s because the 56,000-employee monster—the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)—created to

Army Keeps Contracts with Terrorists to Avoid Violating “Due Process Rights”

Here is a crazy story involving the U.S. government’s $89.5 billion Afghanistan reconstruction effort; the United States Army refuses to suspend contracts with dozens of companies tied to al Qaeda and the Taliban out of fear that it could violate their “due process rights.” It doesn’t get more outrageous than…

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