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Top Secret Government Bigger Than Ever

A record number of people—nearly 5 million—are cleared to access classified information and the figure continues to rise, though the U.S. government prefers to keep this information from the public. More than 4.9 million have passed the various background checks and scrutiny to access some of the nation’s most sensitive…

12 Years after 9/11 Immigration Plan Offers Security Measures

Could this be a joke? Nearly 12 years after 9/11 the senate’s brilliant immigration proposal promises to finally secure the border, implement a system to crack down on expired visas and a mandatory employment verification program nationwide…in five years!   If it wasn’t so scary it would certainly be funny.…

DOJ Still Wastes Millions on Conferences

Illustrating that the nation’s perpetual budget crisis has done little to slow down the government’s manic spending spree, the Department of Justice (DOJ) blew north of $58 million on conferences last year. The figure doesn’t even factor in all of the bloated agency’s extracurricular conferences because it excludes those that…

Jailed WTC Terrorist Has Website, Twitter, Facebook

Here’s a huge slap in the face for all Americans; the Islamic terrorist serving a life sentence for orchestrating the deadly World Trade Center bombing two decades ago is a social media icon/jihadist hero thanks to his official U.S.-based website. This is a guy who was convicted in federal court…

U.S. Spends $1.75 Trillion to Enforce Federal Regulations

Here is an enraging example of reckless government spending; The United States blows more than the entire economy of most countries to enforce the many rules and regulations of its numerous federal agencies. Can you say government on steroids? It’s a crazy system in which a bloated government meddles in…

Benghazi Lesson: State Dept. Seeks $4 Bil to Secure Consulates

Islamic terrorists had to murder a U.S. diplomat and three members of his staff in Libya for the Obama administration to finally acknowledge that it must dedicate adequate funding to secure American consulates abroad. The State Department’s 2014 budget includes a much-needed $4 billion allocation for security programs, including security…

DHS Watchdog Indicted for Covering Up Illegal Alien, Drug Smuggling

In a case that’s rocked the beleaguered Department of Homeland Security (DHS), two officials assigned to crackdown on corruption at the agency have been indicted for ordering the falsification of records—including active criminal probes—to obstruct an investigation into crooked federal agents. The case comes out of Texas and it is…

DHS Ignores Security Lapses at Biochemical Labs

The United States has for years been at risk of a bioterrorism attack because the government agency responsible for securing thousands of labs that conduct research with deadly chemicals fails to do its job. Unbelievable, but true; while the government meddles in areas that it shouldn’t, it fails miserably to…

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