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Judge Praises Terrorist Collaborator

The Clinton-appointed federal judge who outraged Americans by giving a convicted terrorist facilitator a light sentence, actually praised the convict in open court and said she had performed a public service to the nation. Manhattan Federal District Court Judge John Koeltl said radical liberal attorney Lynne Stewart had demonstrated enormous…

Unethical Commission President

The president of a major city’s Ethics Commission, who also happens to be the District Attorney that lost the OJ Simpson double murder trial, is blaming his wife for violating the very campaign finance laws his commission enforces. Former Los Angeles County District Attorney Gil Garcetti, vowed to fight city…

Selling Out The Public’s Safety

The former director of the Food and Drug Administration has finally been charged for lying about his ownership of stock in companies regulated by the agency when he headed it. When Lester Crawford abruptly resigned from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in September 2005, he gave no reason and…

NY Official’s Wife Gets Public Chauffeur

In the midst of his reelection campaign, New York State’s Comptroller is under criminal investigation for spending hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars on a private chauffeur for his wife for more than three years. The investigation has not halted New York Comptroller Alan Hevesi’s reelection campaign, but this week…

Blocking Coyote Dollars

Officials in one border state are finally taking legal action to stop the multi-million dollar human smuggling operations that annually bring thousands of illegal aliens into the country and enrich the Mexican operatives who help them violate U.S. law. Each year the Mexican smugglers – known as coyotes – have…

U.S. Promotes Food Stamps For Illegals

The United States Department of Agriculture is spending taxpayer money to run Spanish-language television ads encouraging illegal immigrants to apply for government-financed food stamps. The federal agency, which claims to provide leadership on food, agriculture and natural resources based on sound public policy, is working to promote its food stamp…

The ATF Under Fire

The recently departed director of the federal agency that regulates firearms and explosives is guilty of severely mismanaging government funds and misconduct during his tenure at the agency. As head of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Carl Truscott misspent federal dollars, committed travel abuse, engaged in improper…

More Trouble For Harry Reid

A Democrat Congressional leader who earlier this year accepted gifts from a state agency trying to influence him, has again violated Senate rules by concealing a seven-figure payoff on a suspicious land deal orchestrated by a longtime friend known for political bribery and mob ties. With the help of a…

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