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Flawed, Costly Immigration Reform

The immigration proposal passed by the Senate in May would, not only cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars to implement over the next decade, it would allow about 16 million illegal aliens to become legal residents and qualify for government benefit programs. A 27-page report published by the Congressional…

Hillary Blasted in Public Opinion Polls

Hillary can’t seem to find any middle ground in the polls. Last week’s Gallup poll showed, “that Americans hold fiercely opposing views about her left-leaning political positions, as well as her character and personality traits.” Nearly half the public has an unfavorable opinion of her and those who dislike Hillary…

Apply For U.S. Residency, Get Legal Documents

A law that requires a Homeland Security agency to issue work authorizations to illegal aliens not only presents a grave national security concern, it also grants potential terrorists access to a Social Security card and driver’s license. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service is required, under federal law, to issue…

Judge Saves Corrupt Govt. Contractor

A federal judge’s decision to overturn a jury verdict against a military contractor that defrauded the U.S. Government out of millions of dollars is enraging, especially since the judge acknowledged ample evidence that the contractor submitted false and fraudulently inflated invoices. The Fairfax Virginia-based military contractor, Custer Battles, had

Former Alabama Governor Denied Acquittal in Corruption Case

Former Alabama governor, Don Siegelman, was recently found guilty in a wide-spread scandal. According to the Associated Press, “Siegelman was convicted of seven counts, which included charges of bribery, mail fraud, conspiracy, and obstruction of justice.” His defense filed a motion for acquittal but on August 18, courts denied the…

Small Southern Town Corruption

Scandal and public corruption have hit a quiet Alabama city best known for a national park with a legendary waterfall that overlooks a scenic mountain and lush ravine. After a lengthy federal investigation, two Gadsden councilmen and a political consultant have pleaded guilty to corruption charges in a bribery scheme…

Selling Out National Security?

Will President George W. Bush compromise national security by caving into pressure from the nation’s largest travel industry association, which is urging him to further delay a crucial law created to strengthen border security after the 2001 terrorist attacks? The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, which requires all travelers within the…

Texas FBI Head Convicted

The former chief of the FBI in El Paso Texas has been convicted in federal court for lying to investigators about his tight relationship with a Mexican racetrack owner who trafficked drugs and laundered money. It turns out that when Hardrick Crawford headed the El Paso FBI, he was quite…

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