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Penn. Democrats Strike For Gun Control

Claiming it wasn’t a walkout but rather a “standup,” black Democratic lawmakers representing Pennsylvania’s urban areas abruptly stormed out of a House session to demand gun control legislation. The rebel state legislators are from Philadelphia’s roughest neighborhoods, where 80% of this year’s nearly 400 deaths involved handguns. They insist on…

Clinton Impeachment Haunts Popular Judicial Nominee

California Senator Barbara Boxer is blocking the confirmation of a candidate for federal judge, who is backed by many prominent Democrats, because as a congressman he helped lead the drive to impeach Bill Clinton. California Superior Court Judge Jim Rogan, a former Republican Representative from the southern California city of…

Illegal Immigrant Advocates On Phoenix Task Force

The Arizona mayor, who under pressure from Judicial Watch agreed to reverse his city’s illegal immigrant sanctuary status, has chosen a peculiar task force of renowned illegal alien advocates to help with the transition. Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, for years a proud defender of his city’s sanctuary status, has picked…

High Risk Of Catastrophic Runway Collision

While the U.S. government has boasted of improved air safety in recent years the reality is that it has declined tremendously with record amounts of runway incursions at major airports around the nation. In fact, the rate of close calls between aircraft on the ground is unprecedented across the country…

Disgraced Congressman’s Aide Charged

The top aide of a veteran Republican congressman already being investigated for corruption has been charged with falsifying congressional financial disclosure reports to conceal money his wife received for “consulting” work. Federal prosecutors say that the chief of staff to Pennsylvania Representative Curt Weldon, who lost a bid for an…

Kentucky Judges Indicted For Buying Votes

Four judges in an eastern Kentucky county with a history of election fraud have been indicted for using government-owned equipment to bribe citizens to vote for their friend and colleague. The three Knott County judge executives and a magistrate are accused by federal prosecutors of misappropriating thousands of dollars in…

Another Mexican Drug Smuggling Tunnel Found

Tightened border security has led Mexican drug cartels and human smugglers to use more sophisticated routes to enter the U.S. and this week Border Patrol agents discovered yet another underground tunnel loaded with 15,000 pounds of U.S.-bound drugs. The tunnel, connecting east San Diego California to the Mexican town of…

Rep. Jefferson Uses Desperate Defense Tactics

The Louisiana congressman who hid a $90,000 cash bribe in his freezer asked a judge to move his corruption trial from the jurisdiction where he was caught taking money on video because there aren’t enough blacks for the jury pool. It’s not the first time that Representative William Jefferson, a…

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