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Unconstitutional To Fine Employers Of Illegal Immigrants

A judge has blocked a key provision of an Oklahoma law to curb illegal immigration, stating that it’s unconstitutional to subject state employers to penalties for failing to comply with a federal employee verification system. Legislators passed a law last year intended to help the state’s illegal immigration crisis by…

Illegal Immigrants Get $100 Million In Medical Care Before Getting Deported

U.S. taxpayers have spent $100 million in less than a year on health care for illegal immigrants incarcerated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, including costly heart surgeries, chemo therapy, dialysis, appendectomies and medications that many Americans are denied or struggle to afford. The taxpayer-financed medical services go to the approximately…

Police Not Reporting Potential Terrorists To FBI

State and local law enforcement agencies throughout the nation often fail to notify federal authorities about encounters with potential terror suspects, missing out on opportunities to confirm if they match the government’s terror watch list. The negligence occurs nearly a dozen times a day, according to the director of the…

Nation Of Islam Gets Tax Dollars To Patrol City

A south Florida city is spending thousands of tax dollars to hire an offspring of a renowned anti-Christian and anti-Semitic black cult to patrol crime-infested neighborhoods. The city of Miami will give $150,000 to a civilian patrol group known as the Peacemakers which has close ties to the Nation of…

Group Tries To Stop Police In Border Cities

A civil rights organization founded by a renowned Mexican labor activist is pressuring local police departments in Texas cites that border Mexico to avoid immigration enforcement after illegal aliens complained that officers were targeting them. Representatives from the politically connected La Union Del Pueblo Entero (LUPE), founded by farm union…

Top Congressional Aide Guilty In Lobbying Scandal

Another top congressional aide has pleaded guilty in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal, marking the 13th conviction of a lawmaker, congressional staff member or Bush Administration official associated with the jailed lobbyist. John Albaugh, a longtime senior staff member to Oklahoma Representative Ernest Istook, pleaded guilty this week to federal…

Gov. Corzine’s Secret E-Mails To Be Disclosed

The governor who has withheld hundreds of pages of electronic mail exchanged with a state union leader who was his girlfriend must release them because they discussed contract negotiations and are therefore public record. For more than a year New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine has refused to disclose the files…

Louisiana Judges Guilty Of Taking Bribes

Two Louisiana judges have been convicted by a jury for taking bribes to reduce bonds, recall arrest warrants and remove probation holds on defendants. The judges presided over Caddo Parish District courts in Shreveport, and one of them, Michael Walker, actually oversaw the district’s drug section. The disgraced judge took…

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