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States Tackle Immigration Because Feds Won’t

Frustrated over the federal government’s continued lack of immigration enforcement, state lawmakers around the country have already proposed more than 350 immigration-related bills in the first two months of 2008. The proposed legislation would crack down on employers who hire illegal immigrants, deny illegal aliens public benefits and driver’s licenses,…

N.C. Congressman Axed By Ethics Comm.

A veteran North Carolina legislator has been kicked out of office by a special state House Ethics Committee and, if the full House concurs, he could become the first state lawmaker expelled in 128 years. The Ethics Committee recommended expulsion of eight-term Democrat Thomas Wright this week after determining that…

Federal Agencies Blame Terrorism For Investigation Decline

Claiming to have shifted priorities to terrorism cases, federal agencies responsible for fighting white-collar crime in the U.S. have drastically reduced the amount of investigations submitted to the Department of Justice for prosecution. The problem is that not all of the government agencies in decline conduct terrorism-related investigations. A new…

Terrorists Exploit Unprotected Northern U.S. Border

While the U.S. government focuses on protecting the Mexican border with extra federal agents, fences and sophisticated technology, the much larger northern border remains porous and highly vulnerable to crossings by terrorists and other extremist groups. That’s because the nation’s vast border with Canada is the world’s longest (nearly 4,000…

Marxist Terrorists Say Obama Will Help Them

Already endorsed by two of Latin America’s communist leaders, Barrack Obama is a favorite among the region’s radical Marxist terrorists who believe the Illinois senator will help them if he becomes U.S. president. Evidence seized during a Colombian military raid on the Marxist terrorist group known as Revolutionary Armed Forces…

U.S. Navy Sailor Convicted In Terrorism Plot

A United States Navy sailor has been convicted in federal court for leaking sensitive details about U.S. military fleet movements to Middle Eastern terrorists planning to attack the vessels when they entered a narrow waterway between Iran and Oman. The disgraced sailor is an American-born Muslim convert named Hassan Abu-Jihaad,…

Homeland Security Agents On The Take

A growing number of Homeland Security agents hired to protect the nation’s borders have instead been arrested for accepting bribes, drug trafficking and human smuggling. From south Florida to Mexican Border States, federal agents working for Homeland Security agencies such as U.S. Customs and Border Protection are themselves committing the…

Does Court Ruling Forbid Student Deportations?

The deportation of a high school student discovered to be in the country illegally after getting caught driving without a license has ignited accusations that the arresting officer violated a Supreme Court ruling that makes public schools safe havens for illegal aliens. The 18-year-old pregnant student at Roswell High in…

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