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Ariz. County Supervisor Indicted

A veteran member of a major U.S. county’s Board of Supervisors has been charged with multiple felonies for concealing crucial business assets, associates and land dealings that conflict with his work as an elected official. The longtime supervisor (Republican Don Stapley) in Arizona’s Maricopa County, the state’s largest, schemed to…

Murders Force Sanctuary Policy Challenge

Illegal immigrants with criminal histories had to commit four murders—including a high school honor student and an elderly woman—for officials in a Maryland county to finally admit there’s a serious problem with their sanctuary policy. All of the murderers had been previously arrested and released by police in cities that…

Clinton Atty. Gen. Says Pardons Not Vetted

Clinton Attorney General Janet Reno is defending Eric Holder’s push to pardon a fugitive financier and a pair of terrorists, claiming the White House was bombarded with last-minute requests and there was no time to properly investigate them all.  For the first time since the Clinton pardon scandal resurfaced, his…

Subprime Queen Leads Obama Inauguration Team

Barack Obama has repeatedly chastised failing banks for using subprime loans to victimize borrowers yet his newly crowned inauguration co-chair operated a bank that went under for doing it. Obama’s prized campaign finance head turned inauguration co-chair, Chicago millionaire Penny Pritzker, was chairwoman of the board of a financial institution…

Alabama Mayor Arrested For Bribery

In what federal prosecutors are calling a classic pay-to-play scheme, the mayor of Alabama’s largest city has been arrested and charged with bribery and money laundering for masterminding a multibillion-dollar sewer bond deal that practically bankrupted the surrounding county. Long the target of a huge federal investigation, Birmingham Mayor Larry…

Illegal Aliens Skirt Employee Verification Law

Illegal immigrants fired because of a landmark Arizona law that severely punishes businesses caught hiring them have remained in the workforce by using other people’s identities to get jobs. Fed up with the devastating effect of illegal immigration, legislators in the border state have enacted the nation’s toughest laws to…

Bioterror Threat Eminent Without More Security

If urgent security measures aren’t immediately applied the U.S. will likely suffer a nuclear or biological terrorist attack because the current administration has not devoted sufficient resources to such threats. A bipartisan congressional commission created after the 2001 terrorist attacks warns that nuclear and biological terrorism threats are growing

Bush Fails To Pardon Border Agents

A rapper serving a lengthy prison sentence for smuggling cocaine, an embezzler and a tax evader are among those thankful for presidential pardons and commutations this week while a pair of U.S. Border Patrol agents spend another Thanksgiving in prison for intercepting an illegal immigrant drug smuggler.  Once again President…

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