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Alaska Mayor Convicted For Stealing Federal Grants

The mayor of Alaska’s second largest city has been convicted for using nearly half a million dollars in government grants intended for low-income youths to cover personal bills, purchase a plasma television set and to pay for a costly family wedding reception. A federal jury found Fairbanks Mayor Jim Hayes…

Jail For Top Democratic Donor, Clinton Friend

A prominent California attorney who got Bill Clinton to veto legislation that would hurt his business and has donated generously to the Democratic Party will go to jail for two years for conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Crowned “King of the Shareholder Suit,” William Lerach made his fortune winning billions…

Illegal Immigrants May Take Over By 2050

The U.S. government’s failure to secure the southern border will result in a massive surge of immigrants that will triple the nation’s current Hispanic population by mid century and leave whites as minorities. The nation’s population will soar to 438 million by 2050 and, not surprisingly, the growth will be…

FBI Checks Waved For Those Seeking U.S Residency

In a major policy shift that defies security measures passed by Congress after the 2001 terrorist attacks, tens of thousands of immigrants will be granted permanent U.S. residency without FBI background checks. The Department of Homeland Security will make the exception to ease an application backlog at the agency that…

Pentagon Spy Sold U.S. Military Info To China

In a case that proves foreign espionage didn’t vanish with the Cold War, a high-ranking U.S. government official with top-secret clearance has been arrested for passing classified defense secrets to communist China. A weapons system analyst for the Pentagon, Gregg Bergersen has been charged with espionage for conspiring with two…

Clinton Replaces Latina Queen With Cover-up Queen

Hillary Clinton’s frazzled presidential campaign has replaced its manager, a self-described “Latina Queen” and renowned open-borders activist, with a loyal confidant who covered up a suspicious death and orchestrated a fundraising scandal during the Clinton White House years. Jolted by unexpected losses in key primary states, the New York senator…

Convicted Official Stripped Of State Pension

Corrupt politicians who collect their taxpayer-financed pensions should take note of a convicted elected official recently stripped of his hefty state pension for breaching the public’s trust. Florida officials have decided that Broward County’s imprisoned sheriff, once a rising star in the state’s Democratic Party, should be deprived of his…

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…

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