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Louisiana Ranks First In Corrupt Politicians

A veteran New Orleans city councilmanâ??s guilty plea to federal bribery charges this week helps solidify Louisianaâ??s disgraceful title as the state with the most corrupt politicians. The statewide epidemic has touched all levels of government, from federal legislators in the United States House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate…

Immigration Officials Sell U.S. Visas To Terrorists

Employees at the Homeland Security agency that grants foreigners immigration documents to live legally in the United States are aiding terrorists and authorities say they donâ??t have the resources to investigate. A confidential criminal report obtained by a Washington newspaper reveals that employees at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services…

N.J. Illegal Immigrant Sanctuary Protects Murderer

Dozens of cities across the nation have proudly become illegal immigrant sanctuaries, but officials in one municipality are pondering the status after a Peruvian man with a felony record massacred three college-bound students. Had authorities in Newark New Jersey contacted federal immigration officials after illegal alien Jose Carranzaâ??s first felony…

What Is Clinton Hiding In White House Papers?

Recent polls indicate that Hillary Clinton has effectively promoted her White House experience as a strong reason to be elected president yet the New York Senator insists on keeping information from her First Lady Era secret until after the 2008 election. Although she has swayed many Americans by touting her…

Criminal Illegal Immigrant Free On Bond Kills Family

In yet another tragic example of the governmentâ??s failure to protect Americans from violent illegal immigrants, a drunken Mexican man with a criminal record killed an entire family when he crashed his car into theirs on Houston freeway. The illegal alien, Juan Felix Salinas, suffered minor injuries and was out…

Federal Agencies Won’t Team Up To Fight Terrorism

Cases and leads involving terrorist activities in the United States have been dropped due to power struggles and disputes between the nationâ??s two largest federal law enforcement agencies. The Department of Homeland Security agencies that investigate and supposedly intercept terrorists in the U.S.â??the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and

Texas Troopers Banned From Tracking Illegal Immigrants

A program designed to measure the illegal immigration crisis in Texas has been halted because Mexican rights advocates say state troopers are committing racial profiling and violating the law by asking suspects about immigration status. For the last two years the Texas Department of Public Safety has tracked state troopersâ??…

New Jersey Strips Corrupt Lawmakers’ Pensions

A northeastern state well known as a hotbed of public corruption has taken a hard line against crooked politicians by slashing the taxpayer-funded pensions of those convicted of corruption or ethics transgressions. New Jerseyâ??s Public Employees Retirement System, the board that oversees the retirement benefits of the stateâ??s public employees,…

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