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Nuclear Secrets Stolen From Govt. Lab

For the second time in less than a year, classified nuclear secrets have been stolen from a U.S. government laboratory left vulnerable to serious security breaches by federal authorities. Months after local police accidentally stumbled across classified computer disks stolen from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, a…

Murtha Earmarks Go To Out-Of-State Firms

A veteran Pennsylvania congressman notorious for sneaking massive earmarks into federal spending bills used his power as chairman of a powerful House Defense committee to steer millions of dollars in federal contracts to companies represented by a pair of lobbying firms closely associated with him and his brother. Representative John…

Another Nuclear Lab Security Breach

The U.S. government’s failure to adequately protect a major nuclear weapons laboratory with a long history of serious security breaches has led to yet another major violation in which highly classified information was compromised. Located in northern New Mexico, the Los Alamos National Laboratory has been plagued by an array…

U.S. Pays Millions To Clean Illegal Immigrant Trash

American taxpayers will dish out $63 million to clean up 25 million pounds of trash and human waste left by illegal immigrants who cross through federal and state parks during their trek from Mexico to the U.S. After three years of very costly cleanups, the federal government has barely put…

IRS Director Defrauds Govt. Out Of $1.3 Million

A longtime district director at the Internal Revenue Service has admitted that he defrauded the U.S. government out of $1.3 million with a scam that used fake deductions to reduce the taxes of unsuspecting Americans. The 30-year IRS veteran, Jesse Cota, pleaded guilty this week to conspiring to defraud the…

Border Incursions Rattle Arizonans

A story about the continuing problem of Mexican incursions appeared in today’s Arizona Republic: Ayers remembers hearing the heavy whirl and chop of helicopter blades cutting through the sky above the Tres Bellotas Ranch, a sprawling swath of oak trees and barberry brush right on the U.S.-Mexican border. Even from…

PR Firms Influence Domestic and International Affairs

Back in July of this year, Judicial Watch uncovered U.S. Navy contract documents through a FOIA request. These documents detailed U.S. government payments of $1,699,830.00 to a public relations firm known as The Rendon Group for the purpose of influencing the outcome of a public referendum held on the island…

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