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Arizona Immigration Law Wins Court Battle

In a much-needed victory for immigration enforcement, a federal judge has upheld a landmark Arizona law that severely punishes businesses caught hiring illegal aliens. Violators will face stiff fines and license revocation under the controversial measure, which was enacted by the state legislature last year and approved by Democrat Governor…

Bill’s Lincoln Bedroom Guests Keep Giving To Hillary

Indicating what lies ahead if another Clinton occupies the White House, many of Hillary’s big donors participated in the 1990s fundraising scandal in which her husband sold Lincoln Bedroom sleepovers and other White House perks for millions of dollars. The unprecedented White House-for-cash stays were part of Bill Clinton’s brilliant…

Serious Backslide In National Security

Nearly seven years after the worst terrorist attacks in U.S. history, national security is unbelievably lax and the evidence lies in crucial areas such as weak border controls and the risk of chemical bombs. The alarming assessment was made this week by none other than Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff,…

More Desperate Tactics From Rep. Jefferson

A federal judge has rejected yet another desperate defense argument from a corrupt lawmaker who claims that his multiple-count bribery indictment unconstitutionally infringed on his privileges as a congressman. Louisiana Democrat William Jefferson, appropriately nicknamed “Dollar Bill” for stashing a $90,000 cash bribe in his freezer, has turned to

U.S. Taxpayers Fund Immigrant Assimilation Program

The United States government has launched a massive assimilation campaign for immigrants—legal and illegal—that offers all “newcomers” a variety of free programs financed by American taxpayers. Initiated in 2006 by the Bush Administration, the costly federal immigrant assimilation program continues to expand, offering free English classes and a new

Americans Kidnapped In Mexican Border Towns

Violent Mexican kidnapping operations that federal agents say are similar to terrorist cells are targeting a growing number of United States citizens visiting towns popular among residents of border states such as California. The sophisticated cells are well-financed and organized, with a boss and clear divisions of labor. Usually one…

N.C. Treasurer Withholds Public Pension Info

Details of state employee retirement benefits are supposed to be publicly available yet the official who handles the massive accounts in North Carolina has ignored repeated requests for the information, citing a new law that forbids him from disclosing it. North Carolina’s treasurer (Richard Moore) manages the state’s $75 billion…

Public Funds Pay For State Official’s Lavish Life

A high-ranking Delaware state employee who is also the son of a prominent Republican state legislator has pleaded guilty to three felonies for his role in a major corruption sting that cheated taxpayers out of more than $1 million. Anthony Lofink used his position as an official with Delaware’s Department…

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