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Bribed Congressman’s Supporters Denounce Indictment

The New Orleans, Louisiana, chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has denounced the recent bribery indictment of corrupt Louisiana Congressmen William Jefferson as the work of a Republican White House and Justice Department scheming to target black Democratic leaders. The veteran lawmaker, who was…

Airport Security Lapses On The Rise

Although the federal agency responsible for protecting the nation’s transportation system recently announced a much-needed plan to screen airport workers and vendors, the security threat lingers because most still go unchecked. An array of serious airport security lapses finally pushed the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the 43,000-member

Illegal Immigrants Steal Social Securities Of Elderly, Dead

The favorable portrait of honest and hard-working illegal immigrants who simply want to feed their families was shattered when federal agents arrested dozens of undocumented workers using dead and elderly Americans’ Social Security numbers along with previously deported criminals at an Oregon food processing plant. More than 165 undocumented workers…

National Guard Smuggled Mexican Immigrants

Three United States National Guardsmen assigned to help stop illegal immigration at the Texas-Mexico border instead ran a sophisticated and lucrative immigrant smuggling operation. The guardsmen (Jose Rodrigo Torres and Julio Cesar Pacheco of Laredo, and Clarence Hodge of Fort Worth) were recently arrested near a Cotulla highway after immigration…

Alcee Hastings To Lead Clinton Campaign

A corrupt Florida congressman impeached as a federal judge for perjury and bribery is Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign co chair in the Sunshine State. Clinton says Representative Alcee Hastings’ “leadership role” will bring her message of change throughout Florida and across the country. Hastings, in turn, says that when the…

Illegal Day Laborers Win Big Settlement In N.Y.

A New York town will pay six illegal day laborers $550,000 and forbid its police department from checking suspects’ immigration status to settle a discrimination lawsuit that claims the men were harassed because they are Hispanic. The case stems from a much-needed police crackdown on disruptive and violent loitering in…

Illegal Immigrants Vote In U.S. Elections

Voter fraud committed by illegal immigrants who actually cast election ballots in one Texas county is more widespread than originally thought and federal authorities have launched investigations into neighboring municipalities. A few weeks ago election officials in the south central Texas county of Bexar admitted that hundreds of illegal immigrants…

Congressional Pork Waste Reaches New Heights

In yet another example of the severe ethical problems with Congressional earmarks, an Alaska lawmaker slipped $10 million into a transportation bill for a Florida road that will benefit a developer who raised thousands for his reelection campaign. The stretch of pavement passes through five gulf clubs in lush southwest…

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