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Mayor Defends Illegal Workers At City Hall

The outraged mayor of Arizona’s third largest city is accusing the county sheriff of improperly violating his municipality for conducting a raid of illegal immigrants working in public buildings, including City Hall and the library. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio conducted the middle-of-the-night raid on Mesa City Hall and library…

McCain Donor Accused Of Fleecing Taxpayers

A major John McCain fundraiser who serves as finance chairman of the Florida Republican party has been accused of making hundreds of millions of dollars in profits by vastly overcharging the Pentagon for fuel deliveries in Iraq. A House investigative committee, led by California Democrat Henry Waxman, has found that…

Thousands Of Felons Vote In Washington State

  Although Washington State invested in a multimillion-dollar computer system designed to catch and cancel illegal voters, the state will send ballots to nearly 24,000 convicted felons that are ineligible to cast ballots. A Seattle news outlet conducted an investigation of the ballots by double checking the state’s work and…

Did Congressman Exchange Sex For Federal Dollars?

The FBI is investigating whether a married Florida congressman who paid a disgruntled mistress $121,000 in hush money also secured millions of taxpayer dollars for a county in his district because he was having a second affair with a high-level official. A few days ago Tim Mahoney, a Democrat who…

Criminal Aliens Freed In U.S. Rather Than Deported

Tens of thousands of foreign nationals, including violent convicted criminals, who have been ordered deported from the U.S. are instead released into the general population because their native countries won’t take them back. An alarming investigation conducted by one of the key federal agencies in charge of protecting national security…

Biden Family Gets Millions In Campaign Cash

Although lawmakers from both political parties regularly use campaign cash to pay family members the practice raises ethical questions, especially when it involves millions of dollars and a vice presidential candidate. Nearly every senator—Democrat and Republican alike—from the nation’s 50 states has used campaign money to pay family members fees…

Ineligible Felons Vote In Battleground State

The crucial swing state still haunted by the 2000 presidential election "hanging chad" debacle has allowed more than 30,000 felons, who should have been stripped of their voting rights, to remain registered for the upcoming election. It marks yet another embarrassment in Florida’s documented history of voting gaffes, the most…

Senator May Testify In Own Corruption Trial

The nation’s longest serving Republican senator, Alaska’s Ted Stevens, may testify in his corruption trial which has featured testimony from political heavy hitters such as former Secretary of State Colin Powell. In July Stevens was charged with hiding hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts from an oil company seeking…

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