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Public Univ. Prof. Gives China Military Secrets

A professor emeritus at a public university in Tennessee has been indicted by a federal grand jury for passing sensitive U.S. military secrets to the communist government of China through graduate research assistants and wire transmissions. The electrical and computer engineering professor (J. Reece Roth) at the University of Tennessee violated…

Public Muslim School Violates Law

Minnesota’s Department of Education has finally ordered a public school that caters to Muslims and promotes Islamic religion to stop violating a law that states taxpayer-funded institutions must be nonsectarian. The Tarik ibn Zayad Academy is a public charter school in Inver Grove Heights with an enrollment of about 400…

Golden State Ends Campaign Slush Funds

Taking action against several lawmakers who used tens of thousands of dollars in political contributions to take lavish trips abroad, one state’s ethics commission has banned the controversial and highly questionable practice. Charged with promoting integrity in state and local government, the California Fair Political Practices Commission voted this week…

U.N. To Probe Racism In America

The United Nations human rights investigator, who condemned an increase in “Islamophobia” after Middle Eastern terrorists attacked the U.S. in 2001, is back in the country investigating racism. The scandal-plagued world body’s race patrol is a Senegalese lawyer named Doudou Diene who will spend the next three weeks in eight…

Another U.S. Border Agent Jailed

A federal officer with the Homeland Security agency in charge of protecting the U.S. from terrorists, drugs and illegal immigrants has been arrested for conspiring to instead smuggle them into the country. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer (Luis Francisco Alarid) worked at a heavily traveled San Diego port…

McCain Fires Campaign’s Fifth Lobbyist

A top fundraiser and adviser to John McCain became the fifth in just one week to be ousted from the Arizona senator’s presidential campaign over lobbying activities that create a conflict of interest. The Republican nominee claims to have a strict policy against lobbyists working for his presidential campaign, yet…

N.C. Public Colleges Ban Illegal Immigrants

As states across the nation consider legislation to give illegal immigrants enticing tuition breaks at public colleges, one state has become the first to ban illegal immigrants from all its campuses. The North Carolina community college system, which serves nearly 1 million students, announced a statewide policy this week barring…

New Passport Cards Pose Security Threat

The new, highly anticipated government passport cards for road and sea travel to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean pose a serious threat to national security because they can easily be copied or altered. Scheduled to be issued by the State Department this summer, the electronic passport cards are about the…

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