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Georgia Gov. Chastised For Battling Illegal Immigration

Amid massive pro-immigration rallies in his state, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue signed a bill creating the nation’s toughest measures against illegal immigrants. As expected, leftwing groups such as the Mexican American Legal and Educational Fund have chastised the governor and called the new law inhumane. The Georgia Security and Immigration…

Clinton Gave Iran Nuclear Technology

It was hardly surprising to hear a former Justice Department official reveal that Bill Clinton personally approved an unusual scheme to transfer nuclear technology to Iran during his last year in office. After all, Clinton gave lots of weapons technology to enemies of the United States during his presidency. It…

Americans Speak Out On Immigration

While millions of Mexican flag-waving illegal immigrants fill the streets demanding rights, Americans have expressed–in a variety of national polls–that illegal immigrants are a costly burden and that our borders must be controlled to prevent a further demise. Most Americans believe illegal immigrants use more public services than they pay…

Hillary’s Cozy Relationship With China

Hillary Clinton used her strong connections with the Communist Chinese to help a wealthy fiber optics company that has given her hefty campaign contributions in exchange for passing legislation that has benefited it financially. Corning Inc., a Fortune 500 company that is staunchly Republican, has paid the New York senator…

Government Wastes Your Tax Money

As expected, a preliminary federal audit has concluded that there is rampant abuse and a huge waste of taxpayer money in the lucrative no bid contracts that the government awards Alaska Native companies under a 1971 law that gives them special treatment. A draft of the report, being conducted by…

Congressman Steers Millions To Friends

Veteran West Virginia Congressman Allan Mollohan is being investigated by federal authorities for his suspicious personal finances – he got very wealthy in only four years – and steering nearly $200 million in public funds to nonprofit groups run by his buddies. Mollohan’s financial disclosures report in 2000 listed his…

Native Companies Bilk U.S. Government

The U.S. Army’s $500 million contract for security guards with criminal records is the latest example of the flaw in a law that gives Native American companies lucrative government contracts while skipping the otherwise mandatory bidding process. The 35-year-old Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act allows Native-owned companies to secure huge…

Task Force Targets Immigration Document Fraud

It has taken U.S. government officials nearly five years since the brutal terrorist attacks to finally create a task force to crack down on fraudulent immigration documents, which have caused widespread security lapses in the nation’s immigration system. Fraudulent documents have enabled illegal immigrants and even terrorists to remain in…

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