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Homeland Security Gets Bad Progress Report

The massive federal agency created to protect the nation from another terrorist attack is poorly managed and has failed to adequately protect the U.S. border as well as remove dangerous criminal aliens from the country. On the fourth anniversary of the Department of Homeland Security, the blanket agency in charge…

Hillary Donor Flees Like “Chinagate” Culprits

Reminiscent of a decades-old Clinton fundraising scandal in which guilty parties fled U.S. justice, Hillaryâ??s shady Chinese mega donor, Norman Hsu, has jumped bail and his attorney has no idea where he is. The New York businessman made headlines last week for being a millionaire fugitive and big time Democratic…

World Bank Hides Incriminating Corruption Report

Months after its president was forced out for getting his girlfriend promotions and hefty pay raises, officials at the scandal-plagued World Bank are working to kill a scathing report on the rampant fraud in a major bank-supported health care project in India. After a thorough investigation, the World Bankâ??s Department…

State Money Goes To Political Campaign Work

Taxpayer funds have been illegally used by Democratic Pennsylvania legislators to compensate state employees for work on their political campaigns. Incumbent Democrats in Pennsylvaniaâ??s House of Representative spent nearly $2 million on hefty salary bonuses for staff members who spent most of their taxpayer-funded time working on campaigns instead of…

Federal Court Favors Illegal Immigrant Tuition Break

A federal appeals court has ruled against a group of American college students challenging a Kansas law that grants cheaper in-state tuition to illegal immigrants because they attended high school in the state. Kansas began offering lower in-state tuition to illegal immigrants in 2004 and a year later a group…

Congressman Steers Millions To Mother’s Employer

A Florida Congressman helped a shady developer with a troubled past get millions of federal dollars for a flawed inner city project while his mother was a highly paid consultant for the developer. Democrat Kendrick Meek, who represents Miami’s neediest neighborhoods in the U.S. House, claims he didn’t know that…

Veteran Georgia Prosecutor Charged With Felonies

The official who for decades was in charge of prosecuting felons in three Georgia counties has been indicted on multiple felony theft counts for stealing public money to take trips, pad his salary and that of his county employee wife. Piedmont Judicial Circuit District Attorney Tim Madison, his wife and…

Suit Claims Reporting Illegal Workers Is Discriminatory

A group of immigrant rights organizations are suing the U.S. government to prevent enforcement of new rules that will crack down on employers that hire illegal immigrants. Under the new measure, which was announced by the Department of Homeland Security earlier this month, companies that hire undocumented workers will be…

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