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Puerto Rico’s Gov. Indicted

A three-year federal investigation has culminated with the indictment of Puerto Rico’s governor, and members of his campaign finance committee, for fraud, conspiracy and filing false tax returns. In a 27-count indictment federal prosecutors lay out Governor Anibal Acevedo Vila’s corrupt tenure, which includes a sophisticated scheme to collect illegal…

Triple-Dipping Public Employees In Fla.

While many states have laws prohibiting elected officials and public employees from returning to government work while drawing taxpayer-financed pensions, an epidemic of it exists in Florida where taxpayers are financing the lucrative salaries and multiple pensions of more than a thousand public servants. Known as double and triple-dipping the practice…

Hussein Used Spy To Pay For Democrats’ Iraq Trip

Iraq’s deceased dictator, Saddam Hussein, paid for three Democratic members of Congress to visit his country right before the U.S.-led invasion and the trip was arranged through a federally indicted Iraqi spy who operates an Islamic charity in Michigan. The three House members—Jim McDermott of Washington, David Bonoir of Michigan…

Maryland Lawmaker Defends Obama’s Racist Pastor

A veteran Maryland legislator who is also a Baptist pastor defended the hateful, racist and inflammatory tirades delivered by Barack Obama’s longtime spiritual advisor during his own weekend sermon. Democrat Emmett Burns, who represents Baltimore County in the state House, even invited the media to hear him advocate for Obama’s…

U.S. Passports Made Overseas

The U.S. government prioritizes cost savings over national security by outsourcing the manufacturing of electronic passports to overseas companies, including one in southeastern Asia that has been infiltrated by communist espionage. An alarming investigative series published by a Washington newspaper reveals how the government compromises the crown jewel of

Public Librarian Fired For Reporting Child Porn

Sparking outrage in a small U.S. town, a public librarian was fired for reporting a man who regularly used the facility’s computers to view child porn because it violated the man’s privacy rights. The county library aide (Brenda Biesterfeld) in the central California town of Lindsay first spotted the 39-year-old…

Feds Give Police Day Laborer Guidelines

Indicative of the illegal immigration crisis, an epidemic of day laborer camps are popping up nationwide and the ordeal has forced the Department of Justice to publish guidelines to help local law enforcement agencies deal with the growing problem. The day laborer sites are areas in parking lots, public parks…

No Review For Mexicans On Death Row

The Supreme Court has ruled that the president exceeded his authority when he ordered Texas to reopen the case of a Mexican gang member sentenced to death for raping and murdering two teenagers to appease an international court. The renowned Mexican gang banger (Jose Medellin) and his cohorts raped two…

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