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Arizona’s Renzi Finally Investigated

A popular Arizona Congressman is being investigated for sponsoring legislation that financially benefited a wealthy military contractor that employs his father and for his role in pushing a land deal that netted his good friend $4.5 million. Richard Renzi, a two-term Republican Representative up for reelection this month, has for…

Drug Dealer Had U.S. Nuclear Secrets

Classified information stolen years ago from a major government-owned nuclear laboratory with a history of serious security breaches was accidentally found in a drug dealer’s mobile home. The computer disks containing nuclear secretes belong to the nation’s leading nuclear weapons lab, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and were first reported

NY Comptroller Guilty Of Abuse

For the first time in its history the New York Ethics Commission has charged a statewide official with wrongdoing and the honor goes to the state’s chief fiscal watchdog, Alan Hevesi, for illegally using public employees to chauffeur his wife. The Queens Democrat, who is running for reelection as guardian…

Huge Increase In Government Corruption

Government corruption is on the rise with a drastic increase in convictions over the last five years and more than 400 lawbreaking public officials from both major parties charged with crimes in 2005 alone. The Public Integrity division of the Department of Justice has released alarming figures that illustrate the…

Only U.S. Citizens Vote In Arizona

While liberal courts and judges across the nation strike down laws created to prevent voter fraud, the Supreme Court has spoken on the issue by upholding an Arizona law that had been overwhelmingly approved by voters and challenged by “minority rights” groups. The High Court’s unanimous decision comes on the…

U.S. Agents Team Up With Mexican Drug Lords

The key players in the rampant corruption along the U.S.-Mexican border are United States government employees – including veteran Border Patrol agents, police officers and an FBI director–who regularly accept bribes to help smuggle narcotics and illegal immigrants into the country. In the last two years alone, 200 public employees…

Border Patrol Agents Sentenced to Long Prison Terms

Two U.S. Border Patrol Agents were sentenced to 11 and 12 year prison terms yesterday for attempting to stop an illegal immigrant smuggling 743 pounds of Marijuana in a van near the Rio Grande. They agents were sentenced despite a request by their attorney for a new trial after three…

S. Fla. Could Be Next Immigrant Sanctuary

The advocacy group suing the United States Government to block the deportation of illegal immigrants with American “anchor babies” is working to convert a South Florida county into an official sanctuary for the undocumented. On a mission to protect illegal migrants, the group called American Fraternity is pushing Miami-Dade County…

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