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Illegal Immigrants Helped Plan Fort Dix Attack

At least half of the Islamic militants arrested this week for plotting a deadly attack at a New Jersey Army base are in the United States illegally, adding fuel to the argument that illegal immigrants present a major national security threat. The six Islamic radicals from Yugoslavia and the Middle…

Alaska Legislators Feel Heat

While three Alaska lawmakers strongly deny taking bribes, a pair of oil executives has pleaded guilty to showering them with cash, job promises and favors in exchange for supporting legislation that benefited their company. The three members of the Alaska House of Representatives have been federally charged with bribery and…

Pelosi Earmark Helps Enrich Husband

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi quietly inserted a last-minute provision into a recently approved multi billion-dollar redevelopment bill that will benefit her husband financially. The veteran Northern California congresswoman sneaked a $25 million project for her San Francisco district into the $15 billion Water Resources Development Act which recently passed

Cities Pay Big Bucks To Defend Immigration Laws

Cities across the nation have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars defending legal challenges to laws aimed at curbing illegal immigration and some have abandoned their own measures to avoid costly litigation. Frustrated that the federal government is not doing its job when it comes to enforcing immigration laws, more…

Bush Wants Terrorists To Get Haven In U.S.

The president is secretly working to change immigration rules to allow foreign terrorists – including members of al-Qaida, Hamas and Hezbollah – to use the United States as a haven. The Immigration and Naturalization Act specifically bars the United States from accepting members of all armed nongovernmental groups as refugees…

Detroit To Be Illegal Immigrant Sanctuary

Yet another U.S. city is in the process of becoming an official illegal immigrant sanctuary in which police and public employees are prohibited from inquiring about immigration status. The Detroit City Council could decide today if it will in fact pass a proposed ordinance that will add the Motor City…

Foreign Air Cargo Enters U.S. Unchecked

Only a small percentage of air cargo bound for the United States from foreign countries is inspected even though laws passed after the 2001 terrorist attacks require it and Congress has allocated hundreds of millions of dollars to get the job done. Incredibly, the Department of Homeland Security agencies in…

Government Agency Says the English Language Violates Hispanic Civil Rights

The U.S. government is suing a well-known Christian charity for discrimination because it required two Hispanic employees at its Massachusetts thrift store to speak English. The Salvation Army has a policy requiring its thrift-store employees to speak English and it gave two clothes sorters at a Framingham store a year…

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