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Mexican Forgery Rings Big Amnesty Plans

Confident that Congress would pass an amnesty bill, the head of a multi million-dollar Mexican forgery ring bragged that he could create fake documents to prove that illegal immigrants were in the country in time to qualify for the legalization. Instead, Julio Leija-Sanchez, who ran a $3 million-a-year forgery operation…

Murderer May Get Publicly Funded Sex Change Operation

A convicted murderer’s demand that taxpayers finance his sex-change operation has cost Massachusetts tens of thousands of dollars to litigate and now officials anxiously await a federal judge’s decision, which will also have an impact on similar cases nationwide. Convicted of strangling his wife to death in 1990 and dumping…

U.S. Anti Terrorism Program Abroad Failing

Nearly six years after the deadliest attacks in United States history, a crucial program created to identify and disrupt terrorist plots abroad is still in disarray and far from actually being implemented. The security measure was created after the 2001 terrorist attacks and was promoted as a collaborative effort between…

Murtha Earmarks Go To Out-Of-State Firms

A veteran Pennsylvania congressman notorious for sneaking massive earmarks into federal spending bills used his power as chairman of a powerful House Defense committee to steer millions of dollars in federal contracts to companies represented by a pair of lobbying firms closely associated with him and his brother. Representative John…

Violent Felons Among Illegal Immigrants Arrested

Days after a drunken illegal immigrant with multiple felony convictions killed a collegiate athlete in Tennessee, federal authorities in Southern California arrested dozens of criminal illegal aliens who could have continued victimizing Americans. At least 27 of the 175 illegal immigrants arrested in the raid have criminal records for atrocious…

Confidence In Congress Lowest Ever

Amid a series of bipartisan legal scandals and corruption probes, it’s no wonder that the nation’s confidence in Congress is at an all-time low. According to a national poll conducted by an esteemed organization that has studied human nature and behavior for more than 70 years, Americans’ confidence in Congress…

William Jefferson’s Brother Bribed School Official

The president of the New Orleans public school board pleaded guilty in federal court to taking bribes from the older brother of indicted Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson in exchange for a lucrative school contract for a firm he represented. Mose Jefferson, a well-connected lobbyist and consultant, paid the Orleans Parish…

Illegal Immigrants Spread Tuberculosis At Poultry Plant

A tuberculosis outbreak at a South Carolina poultry plant is yet another example of the serious threat presented by illegal immigrants who health officials say were infected in their home country before coming to the United States. So far 131 workers at the Greenville plant have tested positive for the…

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