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Whistleblowers: FAA Ignores Serious Safety Violations

Two inspectors at the federal agency in charge of aviation safety were threatened with dismissal when they pointed out a major U.S. airline’s serious safety violations to agency supervisors who had cozy relationships with the carrier. Now government whistleblowers, the Federal Aviation Administration inspectors told federal lawmakers this week that…

Taxpayers Fund Illegal Immigrant Sanctuary Ads

A major U.S. city has officially launched a taxpayer-financed advertisement campaign promoting it as a sanctuary for illegal immigrants to use public services without fear of punishment. San Francisco’s $83,000 ad campaign was created specifically to assure the city’s estimated 40,000 illegal aliens that they can benefit from services such…

Judge Orders All Whites To Leave Courtroom

A black Atlanta Superior Court judge ordered all white people to leave his courtroom so that he could privately lecture the predominantly black defendants—charged with felonies—scheduled to appear before him. Fulton County Judge Marvin Arrington said he was fed up that the defendants in his courtroom were “99.9 percent Afro-Americans”…

Rep. Jefferson’s Lobbyist Brother Indicted

Keeping with a family tradition of starring in public corruption schemes, the brother of a Louisiana congressman charged with taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes has himself been indicted for bribery, money laundering and obstruction of justice. Congressman William Jefferson must be proud that his big brother is…

Jail For Corrupt U.N. Chief

The United Nations chief who openly accepted cash, real estate, wild parties and hookers as bribes has been sentenced to eight years in prison. The corrupt diplomat (Sanjaya Bahel of India) wielded incredible power as the world body’s chief of Commodity Procurement Section because he was responsible for awarding billions…

Vendors Say Clinton Is A Deadbeat

Although Hillary Clinton has millions in the bank, she has for months stiffed hundreds of small vendors who are owed tens of thousands of dollars for work on her presidential campaign. Two Ohio businesses that are owed more than $25,000 for staging campaign events are warning those who plan to…

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…

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