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Hillary’s Golden Palestinian Money Trial

Hillary Clinton has put aside her avid pro Israel stance to accept hefty donations from an influential Palestinian businessman with close ties to a renowned Arab terrorist leader. A longtime friend and financial backer of both Bill and Hillary Clinton, millionaire Hani Marsi is considered the most influential supporter of…

Terrorists’ Open Access To U.S. Government TV

A U.S. government-financed television station created to promote democracy in the Middle East has instead become a friendly forum for Islamic radicals and terrorists. Since 2004 American taxpayers annually provide $70 million to fund the Virginia-based station, Al-Hurra, throughout the Middle East. The goal is to promote freedom and counter…

Detroit Mayor Has Nonprofit Slush Fund

A secret nonprofit created by Detroit’s controversial mayor to supposedly conduct voter education and community improvements paid almost $9,000 for his stay at a lavish California resort. Created by Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, the Kilpatrick Civic Fund was established as a tax-exempt organization to pay for voter education and other civic-minded…

Pro Illegal Immigrant Group To Block Texas Law

A politically connected “Latino rights” organization that advocates open borders, free college tuition for illegal immigrants and lowered educational standards to accommodate Hispanics is demanding that a federal judge block a Texas voter-approved ordinance that bars landlords from renting to illegal immigrants. The Los Angeles-based Mexican American

Illegal Immigrants Sue U.S. Govt., Factory

A nonprofit legal agency funded by American taxpayers is representing hundreds of illegal immigrants in lawsuits against the United States government and a Massachusetts factory that hired them illegally. The cases stem from an immigration raid earlier this year at a leather factory in New Bedford, a port city located…

New Jersey Battles Public Corruption

In an effort to clean up its legendary statewide political corruption, New Jersey lawmakers have approved several measures that will raise penalties for public officials, lengthen the statute of limitations for crimes and mandate ethics training for legislators. The state’s Assembly Judiciary Committee and Senate have already approved three important…

Rep. Jefferson Says Search Unconstitutional

The veteran Louisiana congressman caught with a $90,000 cash bribe in his freezer became the first in U.S. history to have his Capitol Hill office raided and now he wants an appeals court to rule the search unconstitutional. As the target of a 16-month public corruption probe, Louisiana Representative William…

U.S. Port Contractor Has Terrorist Ties

A foreign company set to build a massive tunnel project at a major U.S. seaport has close ties to the government of a country that has long appeared on the State Department’s list of nations that sponsor terrorism. The French construction giant (Bouygues Travaux Publics) is the preferred contractor to…

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