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Clinton Gets Another Controversial Endorsement

A veteran California senator recently forced to resign as chair of a powerful military committee for abusing the position to enrich herself has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. At a pep rally in Washington this week, longtime Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein enthusiastically announced that her good friend Hillary would shatter…

Clinton Judge Strikes Hazleton Illegal Alien Law

The nation’s first federal trial to decide whether local governments can act to curb illegal immigration ended with a Clinton-appointed judge striking down a northeastern Pennsylvania city’s law as unconstitutional. The nine-day bench trial began months ago and featured a face off between Latino rights groups and Hazleton Pennsylvania officials…

Arizona Illegal Immigrant Hotline Under Fire

An Arizona sheriff known for battling illegal immigration is again in trouble with so-called Latino rights groups for launching a hotline where citizens can report information about undocumented aliens. Barely a week old, the Maricopa County hotline is indeed as hot as the sizzling Phoenix desert with about 300 messages…

Was U.S.-Mexico Deal Behind Border Patrol Convictions?

Judicial Watch was in federal court this week in its ongoing effort to obtain potentially damaging information from the U.S. government regarding Mexico’s role in the conviction of two U.S. Border Patrol agents who shot an illegal immigrant drug smuggler. Just days after the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing…

Terrorist Front Groups Still Open In Michigan

While federal officials brag about finally shutting down a pair of Michigan terrorist front groups operating as charities, two larger Middle Eastern groups that openly fund Al-Qaeda terrorists remain open in the state. Evidently, the FBI raided two of Michigan’s smaller terrorist front organizations this week in Dearborn while two…

U.S. Govt. Gives Dead Farmers $1.1 Billion

A federal program created to help financially struggling farmers has instead given more than $1 billion taxpayer dollars to dead people because government auditors failed to assure that the money was properly distributed. Administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the federal government annually gives the nation’s farmers an estimated…

Phoenix Airport Security Closes At Night

While federal officials assure that beefed-up security at all of the nation’s airports will prevent a terrorist attack, passengers and employees at one Arizona airport go unchecked for lengthy periods each night when screeners evidently feel there is no threat among those boarding airplanes. The appalling security violations take place…

Nuclear Secrets Stolen From Govt. Lab

For the second time in less than a year, classified nuclear secrets have been stolen from a U.S. government laboratory left vulnerable to serious security breaches by federal authorities. Months after local police accidentally stumbled across classified computer disks stolen from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, a…

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