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Another Nuclear Lab Security Breach

The U.S. government’s failure to adequately protect a major nuclear weapons laboratory with a long history of serious security breaches has led to yet another major violation in which highly classified information was compromised. Located in northern New Mexico, the Los Alamos National Laboratory has been plagued by an array…

Clintons Go From Rags To Riches

Thanks in part to her husband’s $10 million speech income Hillary Clinton’s latest Congressional disclosure report illustrates an astonishing financial transformation since the couple left the White House in 2001 burdened with millions of dollars in legal fees. The disclosures (posted on Judicial Watch’s website) reveal how the former

Public Corruption Scandal In El Paso County

A federal investigation into widespread public corruption in a Texas county has implicated numerous elected officials and led to the bribery conviction of a senior judge’s chief of staff as well as charges of manipulating the judicial system. El Paso County operations have recently been shaken up by federal searches…

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…

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