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FDA Favors Drug Co. Over Public Safety

Catering to a powerful drug company, the government agency responsible for protecting public health and safety will expedite expanded approval of a controversial cervical cancer vaccine already linked to the deaths of nearly a dozen girls and serious adverse reactions in thousands of others. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…

N.Y. Gov. Spent Campaign Cash On Mistresses

The blind politician widely admired for earning an Ivy League college degree and becoming New York governor illegally used campaign funds to pay for hotel trysts with mistresses and, in some cases, give the women cash. The unethical dark side of New York’s new governor, David Paterson, is finally being…

Clinton Was Great White House Coffee Hostess

While a great deal of Hillary Clinton’s newly released First Lady schedule features mystery private meetings, documents from 1996 clearly show her participating in a lot of fundraising events including the scandalous White House coffees used for illegal campaign fundraising. Throughout that year and parts of 1995, Clinton hosted White…

Sharpton On Clinton: “Never Done Nothing For Us”

Claiming that Hillary Clinton has “never done nothing for us,” a nationally-known and controversial black leader who once ran for president has announced his highly sought support for Barack Obama. The Reverend Al Sharpton, who has threatened marches and demonstrations if Florida’s delegates are counted, is actually quite friendly with…

Clinton Records Contradict Her Touted Experience

Records of Hillary Clinton’s tenure as First Lady, released this week thanks to a lengthy Judicial Watch lawsuit, hardly support her campaign rhetoric of being the most experienced presidential candidate. Granted she lived in the White House for eight years but she mainly held a traditional First Lady role that…

Mexico Organizing May Day Marches In U.S.

Led by Mexico’s government, illegal immigrants across the nation are planning disruptive May Day marches demanding that the U.S. government halt immigration raids and that Congress pass laws to legalize them. Hundreds of thousands of rowdy illegal aliens flooded the streets of major cities last year demanding amnesty and other…

Council Wants Corrupt Mayor Out

In a major blow to an elected official who committed perjury to hide an extramarital affair that cost taxpayers millions of dollars, the Detroit City Council has overwhelmingly voted to oust Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. Even the self-described “Hip Hop” mayor’s strong supporters, who have defended him and resisted calls for…

Congressman Launders Money For Drug Dealers

A popular Georgia lawmaker previously arrested and charged with a variety of crimes has pleaded guilty to laundering money for a Florida drug dealer. The Democrat state representative, who is also a church pastor, got busted late last year when he met with an undercover law enforcement officer who he…

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