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41 Charged In Mexican Drug Operation

A Texas deputy sheriff caught with nearly $1 million in cash stashed in his pickup is among dozens indicted for operating a violent Mexican drug cartel that brought in hundreds of kilograms of cocaine and marijuana into the U.S. The multi million-dollar narcotics ring took advantage of a porous U.S.-Mexico…

Free Dialysis For Illegal Immigrants

Federal law forces states to give illegal immigrants emergency medical care, but a few go beyond the mandate by also offering free chronic treatment at a cost of tens of millions of dollars to U.S. taxpayers. Among them is California, which spent $51 million last year to provide more than…

Chicago Zoning Scandal Hits U.S. Congress

A federal investigation of Illinois politicians that have received millions in campaign donations from wealthy developers seeking lucrative deals in Chicago has led to the probe of an eight-term Democrat congressman up for reelection next week. Authorities began investigating when a major newspaper published a multiple-part series (“Neighborhoods for

Dead, Ineligible People Vote In Miss.

Less than a week from the presidential election voter rolls in a state that doesn’t require official identification at the polls are loaded with dead people as well as residents no longer qualified to cast ballots there. The situation is so unbelievable in Mississippi that even the state’s top election…

Mass. Senator Charged With Corruption

An eight-term Massachusetts state senator accused of various crimes over the years has been arrested and charged with public corruption for accepting thousands of dollars in bribes to introduce legislation. Democrat Dianne Wilkerson was arrested by the FBI this week and charged with attempted extortion as a public official and…

Illegal Alien Kills Cop In (Former) Sanctuary City

A drunken illegal immigrant with an extensive criminal history and four arrest warrants killed a young police officer in a major U.S. city that for years offered illegal aliens official sanctuary. The 25-year-old Phoenix Police officer was responding to a call when the intoxicated illegal immigrant (Salvador Vivas-Diaz) slammed his…

Convicted Felon Seeks Senate Reelection

Although he was convicted of multiple felony corruption charges this week, the longest serving Republican in the U.S. Senate is going full throttle with his reelection campaign as he fights the “unjust verdict.” Serving Alaska in the Senate since 1968, Ted Stevens was confident he’d get acquitted before next week’s…

Ariz. Town Will Pay Day Laborers

Months after a federal judge ruled that an Arizona town could not prevent illegal aliens from loitering and soliciting work in the streets, officials will pay tens of thousands of dollars to settle the lawsuit filed by three day laborers. The case involves Cave Creek, a quaint town of about…

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