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Illegal Alien Kills Cop In (Former) Sanctuary City

A drunken illegal immigrant with an extensive criminal history and four arrest warrants killed a young police officer in a major U.S. city that for years offered illegal aliens official sanctuary. The 25-year-old Phoenix Police officer was responding to a call when the intoxicated illegal immigrant (Salvador Vivas-Diaz) slammed his…

Convicted Felon Seeks Senate Reelection

Although he was convicted of multiple felony corruption charges this week, the longest serving Republican in the U.S. Senate is going full throttle with his reelection campaign as he fights the “unjust verdict.” Serving Alaska in the Senate since 1968, Ted Stevens was confident he’d get acquitted before next week’s…

Ariz. Town Will Pay Day Laborers

Months after a federal judge ruled that an Arizona town could not prevent illegal aliens from loitering and soliciting work in the streets, officials will pay tens of thousands of dollars to settle the lawsuit filed by three day laborers. The case involves Cave Creek, a quaint town of about…

Media Hides Obama Palestinian Video

A major U.S. newspaper is withholding a damaging video tape of Barack Obama toasting a Palestinian paramilitary operative at a celebration attended by a group of Palestinians openly hostile towards Israel. The California paper used the tape as a source for a story documenting Obama’s close ties to a radical…

Denver Violates Statewide Sanctuary Ban

A Colorado city’s continued violation of a statewide law forbidding sanctuary for illegal immigrants has led a veteran lawmaker to call on the governor to cut its funding. Colorado’s legislature passed a measure in 2006 prohibiting cities and local governments from implementing sanctuary policies allowing illegal aliens to live within…

Federal Judge Quits Amid Probe

A chief federal district judge in Colorado under investigation for multiple incidents of misconduct abruptly resigned this week after serving nearly two decades on the bench. Jude Edward Nottingham, who recently presided over the high-profile insider-trading trial of a Denver communications executive, had been under investigation by the Tenth Circuit…

More United Nations Corruption

Already known as a pillar of corruption and mismanagement, the United Nations’ fraud-infested contract division is in trouble again for five new shady deals involving $20 million worth of contracts. A relatively new task force created to tackle the monumental task of cleaning up the U.N.’s procurement department, exposed the…

Corrupt Border Patrol Agents Caught In Mexico

A pair of corrupt U.S. Border Patrol agents who fled the country more than two years ago have been arrested in their native Mexico and charged with taking bribes to help illegal immigrants cross the border. The agents, brothers Raul and Fidel Villarreal, have been on the run since being…

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