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Clinton Investigator Convicted Of 76 Crimes

The thuggish private investigator hired by the Clintons to intimidate their political enemies and dig up dirt on Bill’s mistresses has been convicted on 76 federal criminal charges, including racketeering and wiretapping. Anthony Pellicano, renowned private eye to Hollywood stars, has already served a 30-month prison sentence for possession of…

School Bus Inspectors Took Bribes

Four officials in one major city’s Department of Education have been federally indicted for soliciting bribes from bus companies that serve special education students. The New York City Department of Education employees took cash payments—of up to tens of thousands of dollars a year—from companies in exchange for preferential treatment…

Ohio Atty. Gen. Resigns Amid Scandal

The Democrat attorney general whose campaign centered on returning ethics—supposedly diminished by Republicans—to state government has resigned under fire for his involvement in a massive sexual harassment scandal that has rocked is office for years. Disgraced Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann initially refused to resign although he proudly fired three…

Race Stops Gov. From Removing Mayor

Fearing racial tensions, a Democrat governor refuses to act on a city council’s plea to remove its corrupt mayor amid a series of scandals and multiple felony charges. Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm is a white woman and the indicted mayor, Detroit’s Kwame Kilpatrick, is a black man still highly popular among constituents…

Carter Judge Gives Hezbollah Spy Joke Punishment

A Lebanese illegal immigrant who spied for a militant Islamic group after becoming an FBI and CIA agent received a comical punishment for violating federal law and compromising the nation’s security. It was embarrassing enough for the nation’s so-called intelligence agencies that an illegal immigrant with ties to Hezbollah lied…

Clinton Buys Poor Hispanic, Black Vote

Hillary Clinton paid poor minorities in two states thousands of dollars for primary votes in their respective communities by using a controversial and ethically suspicious campaign tool. Camp Clinton paid hundreds of Hispanics and blacks in Texas and Ohio to help buy influence among those crucial constituencies in the presidential…

U.S. Drops Charges Against 9/11 Hijacker

Perhaps folding to human rights activists, the U.S. government has dropped charges against the al-Qaeda terrorist who was supposed to be the 20th hijacker in the September 11 attacks because he claims he confessed after being tortured. Mohammed al-Qahtani was scheduled to help hijack one of the airplanes in the…

Las Vegas Judge Suspended

A Nevada judge has been suspended from the bench and charged with judicial misconduct for abusing her position, treating staff like personal valets, tainting juries and falling asleep during trials. The Las Vegas District Court Judge, Elizabeth Halverson, also jeopardized courthouse security by using her own private bodyguards and allowing…

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