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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…

Judge Says Police Had Right To Arrest Day Laborers

Rejecting the argument that a group of day laborers were racially profiled and that local police exceeded its authority making immigration arrests, a federal judge has refused to block the deportation of nine illegal immigrants arrested in Connecticut last year. The men were nabbed during an undercover operation in which…

Penn. Lawmaker Guilty Of Felonies

A veteran Pennsylvania legislator who initially denied creating fake taxpayer-funded jobs for two relatives has admitted that he did in fact commit the felonies, which also violate the portion of the state Ethics Act that forbids hiring family members. The longtime Democratic state representative from western Pennsylvania, Frank LaGrotta, pleaded…

Napping Federal Officers Guard National Monuments

Nearly seven years after terrorists attacked the United States, the country’s precious national monuments remain extremely vulnerable because the federal law enforcement agency in charge of protecting them is disorganized, ill-equipped and downright negligent. As the nation’s oldest uniformed federal law enforcement agency, the 592-member U.S. Park Police is

KGB-Trained Agent Heads NATO Intelligence

A communist who trained with the Soviet security agency known as the KGB will head the National Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) intelligence committee and the powerful U.S. ambassador did nothing to stop the appointment which will undoubtedly compromise national security. NATO’s new intelligence chief (Sandor Laborc) heads the Hungarian secret…

Lobbyist Cash Pours Into Clinton Campaign

In keeping with the Clinton family tradition of proudly accepting cash from the shadiest of sources, Hillary Clinton has raised more money from lobbyists than any other presidential candidate—Democrat or Republican. The former First Lady took $823,097 from registered lobbyists and members of their firms last year, nearly double the…

Clinton Excludes Important Maxine Waters Info

With the California primaries around the corner Hillary Clinton is boasting about her latest endorsement from the state’s most influential black lawmaker, best known for her role in getting a communist dictator to harbor a Black Panther fugitive convicted of murdering a cop. Well, the Clinton campaign managed to leave…

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