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Nuclear Bomb Plant Security Compromised

The nation’s only nuclear weapons assembly and disassembly facility has for weeks been vulnerable to a terrorist attack because the plant’s specially trained guards are on strike. Located in the high plains of Amarillo Texas, the 16,000-acre Pantex Plant is operated by a private contractor for the Department of Energy.…

U.N. Officials Bribed With Prostitutes, Cash

A key witness in the federal corruption trial of a United Nations chief testified that he openly bribed U.N. officials with cash, property wild parties and hookers. Among the recipients of the crooked businessman’s bribes was the world body’s chief of Commodity Procurement Section, an Indian diplomat responsible for awarding…

More Illegal Immigrants Steal Identities To Work

Confirming that illegal immigrants often commit serious crimes after entering the United States, more than 100 were arrested for using the stolen identities of legal residents to work at a big poultry plant in a rural Missouri town. Federal agents arrested the illegal aliens this week at George’s Processing Plant…

Police Refuse To Check Inmates’ Immigration Status

Police chiefs in various Southern California cities are adamantly rejecting a grand jury recommendation of checking the immigration status of all jail inmates because they say it’s not their job. Issued by an Orange County Grand Jury, the 10-page report strongly recommends that city law enforcement agencies within the sprawling…

Clinton Judge Blocks Law To Curb Illegal Immigration

In siding with a politically connected “Latino rights” group that advocates open borders, a Texas federal judge has blocked a Dallas suburb’s voter-approved law against renting to illegal immigrants. Approved by Farmers Branch citizens by a 2-to-1 margin, the ordinance requires apartment managers to verify that renters are U.S. citizens…

Museum Is Official’s Personal Piggy Bank

The president of a struggling and publicly funded Philadelphia museum embezzled more than $1.5 million for his personal use, including home improvements, jewelry, fancy electronics and clothes. Federal authorities say that, as president of the Independence Seaport Museum in Penn’s Landing, John Carter defrauded the public of the money by…

Feds Fail To Pay For Jailed Illegal Immigrants

Keeping its tradition of not enforcing immigration laws, the federal government has routinely stiffed counties and states across the nation for the immense cost of jailing criminal illegal aliens even though Congress allocated more than $400 million for it last year. From a tiny county in southeast Oregon to a…

Major County Covers Politicians’ Violations

The powerful elected officials of the nation’s most populous county have repeatedly and knowingly violated campaign contribution laws over the years by secretly accepting millions of dollars from special interests. It has been more than a decade since any of the five Los Angeles County Supervisors has faced competition in…

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