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Sen.Ted Kennedy Outlives Family He Ruined

The mother of the young woman killed in the car that Senator Ted Kennedy recklessly drove off a bridge died this week and, not surprisingly, the veteran Massachusetts Democrat is avoiding the media like the plague. Mary Jo Kopechne was a 28-year-old Democratic campaign worker when she drowned in Kennedy’s…

Major Security Lapses At U.S. Ports Of Entry

Despite help from costly technology and a new law enforcement database, weaknesses in the Homeland Security agency responsible for keeping terrorists, criminals and illicit goods from entering the U.S. continue to leave the nation dangerously vulnerable. In 2006 alone several thousand inadmissible aliens and other violators entered the United States…

Clinton Senior Campaign Adviser Arrested

A senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign who served as a White House aide in her husband’s administration was arrested for driving drunk on the eve of the New Hampshire primary. The longtime Clinton confidante, Sidney Blumenthal, was speeding and driving erratically at around 12:30 a.m. while he was…

Islamic “Charity” Guilty Of Aiding Terrorists

With little success convicting Islamic charities that operate in the U.S. and support terrorism abroad, federal prosecutors are finally celebrating a big victory against a New York group that claimed to help Muslim war orphans and refugees. A Brooklyn federal jury convicted three leaders of an Islamic charity called Care…

Child Rapist Is Previously Deported Illegal Alien

A serial rapist, who terrorized an Arizona neighborhood for nearly two years by targeting young girls, is a twice deported illegal immigrant from Mexico who lived and worked freely in the U.S. despite a history of drug charges. Thanks to an Arizona county sheriff’s department that is specially trained to…

U.N. Finally Admits Internal Fraud, Corruption

Investigators at the scandal-plagued United Nations have announced that the long documented fraud at the world agency is even worst than previously reported and that mismanagement and corruption involving hundreds of millions of dollars is at al all-time high. Under pressure from widespread media reports of systematic corruption a U.N.…

Federal Government Watchdogs Under Fire

The watchdogs charged with exposing wrongdoing inside federal government agencies aren’t independent enough and often face retaliation and scrutiny or are too politically connected to conduct effective investigations. Many of the 64 agency inspector generals have been involved in controversies in recent years that have prevented them from doing the…

Clinton Says No Woman Is Illegal

Perhaps Hillary Clinton has found a new campaign slogan: “No Woman is illegal.” Munching on the popular Mexican staple of tortilla chips during a campaign tour in Las Vegas, the New York senator shouted what could easily become the new theme of her presidential run after a man confessed that…

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