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Governor Sued For Firing Illegal Aliens

The governor of Missouri is being sued for racial discrimination because he terminated a state contract with a janitorial company that employed numerous illegal immigrants, some with fake Social Security and U.S. residency cards. As part of his initiative to crack down on illegal immigration, Governor Matt Blunt vowed earlier…

Dramatic Rise In Border Violence, Drug Smuggling

While increased security on the Mexican border has reduced the number of illegal crossers, it has also magnified violence among professional smugglers connected to drug cartels that often outgun U.S. Border Patrol agents. Soon-to-be-released Homeland Security statistics reveal that the U.S. crackdown has indeed deterred Individuals from attempting to enter…

Illegal Immigrants Steal Fire Victims’ Supplies

Six Mexican illegal immigrants were arrested for stealing food and water from a southern California evacuation center housing victims of the devastating fire that has been proclaimed a natural disaster by the president. The illegal immigrants took the supplies from a San Diego football stadium where thousands of evacuees have…

La. Senator Accused Of Money Laundering

A Louisiana senator under federal investigation for helping a convicted felon launder more than $140,000 says authorities are simply punishing him for not providing information against a fellow corrupt lawmaker who was recently indicted. The FBI says that Louisiana Democrat state Senator Derrick Shepard helped a twice-convicted felon launder about…

Obama Takes Big Bucks From Children

For the second time in two months Illinois Senator Barack Obama has returned hefty contributions made by young children, including a toddler in diapers who donated $2,300 to his 2008 presidential campaign. Obama returned the money after the media exposed the child contributors, which include 7 and 8-year-olds cutting checks…

Violent Mexican Smugglers Threaten U.S. Forests

The National Forest Service has been forced to team up with the U.S. Border Patrol to protect nature-loving hikers from being victimized by violent drug traffickers and alien smugglers that use the pristine areas to enter the country from Mexico. Violent activities have escalated so much in the Coronado National…

Top Brass Fired In Nuclear Missile Mistake

After a lengthy investigation the U.S. Air Force has relieved four colonels of duty and disciplined dozens of others for a serious incident perhaps indicative of a systematic failure to control the nationâ??s potent nuclear arsenal. The alarming event that led to the six-week probe took place in late August…

Veteran N.J. Legislator Admits Taking Bribes

A state legislator who is an influential Baptist minister and was once a high-ranking county law enforcement officer is the first to plead guilty in a New Jersey corruption ring that has seen nearly a dozen public officials statewide get arrested. The Democratic state Assemblyman, Alfred Steele, admitted in federal…

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