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Drug Smuggler In Campean, Ramos Case Indicted

The Mexican drug smuggler who got immunity from the U.S. government to testify against two veteran Border Patrol agents has finally been indicted and arrested for possessing and distributing marijuana months after testifying against the federal officers. U.S. lawmakers from both parties as well as Americans nationwide were outraged that…

U.S. Govt. Pays Tax Evaders Billions

Thousands of health care providers across the nation that receive payments from the government for their services owe at least $1 billion in back taxes even though they have luxurious lifestyles, reside in multi million-dollar mansions and drive fancy cars. The physicians and health care facility owners are contractors of…

Eight States Offer Illegal Aliens Licenses

Lost in the hoopla of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer’s failed plan to give illegal immigrants drivers licenses is that fact that eight U.S. states currently do so, although one plans to end the practice before year’s end. Deeply concerned about a highly publicized Judicial Watch lawsuit aimed at blocking…

Hezbollah Spy Becomes FBI, CIA Agent

In yet another major embarrassment to the nation’s intelligence agencies, a Lebanese illegal immigrant with ties to a militant Islamic group lied through national security background checks to become an FBI and CIA agent. The 37-year-old Lebanese national (Nada Nadim Prouty) then used her position as an intelligence agent to…

No Licenses For Illegals In N.Y. But ID Cards In S.F.

On the same day that New York’s governor pulled the plug on his outrageous plan to issue illegal immigrants drivers licenses, a northern California city became the nation’s largest to offer official municipal identification cards to illegal aliens. Thanks to a Judicial Watch lawsuit, New York Governor Eliot Spitzer abandoned…

Govt. Inspector General Offices Under Fire

Amid scandals within the inspector general offices of various government agencies, a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators has introduced much-needed legislation to strengthen the watchdogs charged with routing out federal government waste, fraud and corruption. A 1978 law requires that inspector generals act independently when they investigate their respective

Louisville Council Stands By Illegal Immigrants

Majority Democrat lawmakers in Kentucky’s largest city have publicly vowed to block any legislation that denies taxpayer-funded services to illegal immigrants. The show of solidarity among pro illegal alien legislators was announced after a Republican member of the Louisville Metro Council proposed a resolution urging the city to adopt much-needed…

Millions Stolen In D.C. Corruption Ring

Two public employees in the District of Columbia’s tax and revenue office have been charged with embezzling nearly $20 million by approving and issuing fraudulent tax refunds to family members who used the money to buy luxury cars, homes, jewelry and expensive clothes. The scheme was designed to steal tens…

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