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Costly Negligence In Massachusetts

A culture corruption, severe mismanagement and negligence by state and federal officials is responsible for the ongoing problems with the nation’s biggest and costliest highway project, best known as “Boston’s Boondoggle”. The $15 billion Massachusetts highway, officially called the Big Dig, has had numerous cost overruns, delays, leaks and

Illegal Immigrants A Bipartisan Frustration

Fed up with the U.S. Government’s negligence in handling the country’s massive illegal immigration problem, many state and city officials have taken action and this week a Democrat governor sent the feds a strongly worded letter along with a huge bill for the cost of jailing criminal illegal immigrants. Washington…

Illegal Immigrants Attack Employer

It took the brutal attack of an Ohio construction company owner for federal authorities to finally hit the streets and arrest illegal aliens–many of them violent criminals–in that state. The owner of a Warren County construction company was recently assaulted and shot at by a group of illegal immigrants simply…

Raising Money Texas Style

A high-ranking Texas legislator has found a creative way to accept a million dollars from special interest groups, with high stakes in upcoming legislation, while avoiding state campaign and ethics laws on political contributions. Gambling interests, the oil and gas industry, phone companies, lawsuit limitation advocates and millionaire businessmen have…

Illegal Migrants Demand High Wages

Although they are in the U.S. illegally, day laborers in an upscale Southern California city are demanding an hourly wage that is nearly three times that of the federal minimum wage. Illegal immigrants who gather in a dusty corner of Agoura Hills, a small city in north Los Angeles County,…

The Mexican Border War Zone

Under repeated attack by the violent gunfire of Mexicans trying to reach the U.S., a Texas county across the Rio Grande could certainly use some of the 6,000 National Guard troops President George W. Bush recently deployed to the southern border. This week U.S. Border Patrol agents and sheriff deputies…

Voter Fraud Law Blocked

A Georgia federal judge appointed to the bench by Jimmy Carter, sided with a variety of so-called civil rights groups in blocking an important state law created to prevent voter fraud. The law simply requires voters to provide an official, government-issued identification at the polls to assure the identity of…

Public Official Helps Mexicans Cross Border

The leader of a militant organization that advocates open borders and helps Mexicans enter the U.S. illegally also heads an Arizona county office and gets her $80,388 annual salary from taxpayers. Well-known in Tucson as a pro-illegal immigration advocate and strong critic of the U.S. government’s “anti immigrant fervor and…

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