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Airport Customs Officer Bribed By Illegal Aliens

A veteran U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer at one of the nationâ??s busiest inspection stations has been charged with accepting cash bribes from foreigners entering the country illegally. The Border Protection officer (Ronald Merker) worked at the passport control section in Miami International Airport and federal authorities say he…

Indictment Doesn’t Stop Hillary From Taking Cash

Hillary Clinton swears she didnâ??t know about the criminal histories of at least two recently exposed donors, but she canâ??t possibly say the same about a Texas oilman who cut big checks after being federally indicted in New York for fraud, conspiracy and violating U.S. sanctions laws. Clinton and many…

Islamic Terrorists Arrested At U.S.-Mexico Border

On the heels of a federal agencyâ??s revelation that Islamic extremists and Mexican drug cartels have joined forces to smuggle weapons and terrorists into the country, Texasâ?? top Homeland Security official confirmed that terrorists have indeed been arrested crossing the Mexican border. The Lone Star Stateâ??s director of Homeland Security,…

Public Pension Fraud Investigated In N.Y.

New Yorkâ??s attorney general is using an obscure law used to fight Wall Street corruption to investigate abuse in the stateâ??s massive pension fund under an official who illegally spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars. As New Yorkâ??s chief fiscal watchdog, Comptroller Alan Hevesi illegally used public employees on…

Clinton’s Shady Florida Fundraiser

Evidently unfazed by the scandal surrounding her fugitive Chinese mega donor, Hillary Clinton starred in south Florida fundraiser this week hosted by a local politician convicted of federal corruption charges. The former longtime mayor of the Dade County city of Hialeah, Raul Martinez, hosted Clintonâ??s fundraising bash at his home…

FAA Chief To Head Firm She Regulates For Govt.

In a move that raises serious ethics questions, the head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has accepted a job as head of a powerful trade group that represents major firms her government agency regulates. As head of the FAA for the last five years, Marion Blakey has been the…

Businesses Forced To Run Day Laborer Centers

Large home improvement stores will be forced to build and maintain centers for day laborers under a law that is on the verge of being approved in Californiaâ??s biggest city. The Los Angeles plan calls for home improvement businesses that are 100,000 square feet or larger to build waiting areas…

Judge Soft On ACLU Atty. In Child Porn Case

A federal judge acknowledged that a former president of a liberal civil rights group possessed child pornography of the â??most abhorrent kindâ? but still issued a light prison sentence because the American Civil Liberties Union attorney had an â??otherwise exemplary life.â? The attorney (Charles Rust-Tierney) who for 12 years served…

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