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Did Obama Return All the Rezko Cash?

Presidential candidate Barack Obama claims to have returned all the tainted money associated with a jailed financial supporter charged with corruption, but the Illinois senator’s figure doesn’t account for more than $50,000. Indicted for extortion, influence peddling and conspiracy, Chicago businessman Antoin Rezko is a longtime Obama backer who has…

Feminists Fight Over Kennedy Endorsement

Ted Kennedy’s coveted endorsement has created a heated public feud at the nation’s largest organization of feminist activists, with some leaders feeling abandoned and betrayed that he went with the “new guy” and others defending his decision not to stand by the candidate who could become the first female president.…

Illegal Immigrants To Benefit From Tax Rebates

The massive tax-rebate package passed by the House of Representatives this week to stimulate the nation’s economy will also give cash to illegal immigrants who will more than likely send the money home rather than spend it in the United States. The $150 billion economic stimulus package will send checks…

Earmark Veto Threat Too Little Too Late

The president’s sudden threat to veto earmarks during this week’s State of the Union address seemed almost comical from a commander in chief who has presided over a drastic increase in the controversial practice abused by lawmakers to get federal dollars for pet projects. President George W. Bush stood stoically…

Obama Wants Licenses For Illegal Immigrants

In an effort to reverse his rapidly diminishing popularity among California Hispanics, Illinois Senator Barack Obama has announced support for a controversial plan that stirred massive outrage when Hillary Clinton recently endorsed it—granting driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants. Trailing 3-to-1 behind Clinton in several California polls, Obama has taken

Ethics On A Steady Decline

An uncontrollable urge to excuse unethical behavior, hypocrisy and denial are responsible for a serious ethical decline in both the public and private sectors, according to a nationally renowned expert on the subject. Citing an appalling litany of recent government corruption scandals, ethics expert Marianne Jennings, a professor at Arizona…

Rules Don’t Stop Hillary From Campaigning

Even though Democratic presidential candidates pledged not to campaign in Florida after its primary was moved up, Hillary Clinton spent the weekend in the Sunshine State raising big bucks and campaigning before Tuesday’s big event. Violating her own party’s rules, Clinton toured south Florida with the mayor of Miami (Manny…

Baby’s Death Blamed On Immigration Law

Open border advocates are blaming the death of an Oklahoma infant on the state’s new immigration reform law, claiming the sick baby’s illegal immigrant parents didn’t get medical help because they feared being deported even though the law had not yet been implemented. The two month-old infant had diarrhea for…

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