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GOP Senator Apologizes for McCain Tantrum at Syrian Christian Leader Meeting

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

GOP Senator Apologizes for McCain Tantrum at Syrian Christian Leader Meeting

Hell-bent on arming opposition forces in Syria—despite strong evidence that they’re run by Islamic terrorists—John McCain displayed behavior unbecoming of a United States Senator during a recent meeting with Syrian Christian leaders touring Capitol Hill. The delegation of Syrian clergy came to Washington to raise awareness among lawmakers of the…

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U.S. Spends $10 Mil To Combat Child Labor In Ethiopia

While Unemployment in the United States remains high the Obama Department of Labor (DOL) pours huge amounts of taxpayer dollars into an international program that addresses the workplace exploitation of “vulnerable populations.” A division of the DOL, the Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB) ensures that workers around the world are treated fairly…

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$1.5 Mil To Promote Collective Bargaining In Vietnam

With a record number of Americans out of work, the government agency responsible for advancing employment in the United States just doled out $1.5 million to promote collective bargaining and improve labor relations in Vietnam. The senseless allocation comes after a series of equally questionable moves by the Department of…

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Joint FBI and Homeland Security Bulletin Discusses “Lessons Learned” from Chechen Attack on Russian School; Obama Administration Withholds Security Recommendations for Protecting U.S. Schools

Contact Information: Press Office 202-646-5172, ext 305 Washington, DC — October 13, 2011 Judicial Watch, the public interest organization that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has uncovered an intelligence document detailing the September 2004 attack by Chechen Islamic militants on a school in Beslan, North Ossetia,


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