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FBI Fooled, Pays Communist Spy

The government agency in charge of protecting the United States against terrorists and foreign intelligence threats unknowingly paid a Communist Chinese spy nearly $2 million of American taxpayer money to divulge classified information. The outrageous negligence was committed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which claims that the very…

Muslim Prayer in U.S. Public Schools

The same federal court that said reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is an unconstitutional endorsement of religion because it includes God, has ruled that it’s Ok for those same students to praise Allah in Muslim prayers. Outrageous as it may seem, on November 17, 2005, the ultra-liberal…

Thousands Of Criminal Aliens Freed

A government report reveals that more than one third of illegal aliens arrested annually – many of them criminals and would-be terrorists – are released because federal agencies can’t afford to hold them until they are deported. Conducted by the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General, the…

Congressman Busted On Tape

Eight-term congressman Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA) who adamantly denies taking bribes despite testimony from key witnesses to the contrary, has been caught on tape accepting $100,000 in cash that he later stored in a freezer. Jefferson’s former congressional aide and a technology executive have already pleaded guilty to bribing Jefferson…

Mayor Trades Water For Sex

The mayor of a tiny Arkansas city that promotes itself as a friendly small town faces felony abuse of public trust charges for getting too friendly with a couple of women who fell behind on their water bill. Troy Anderson, the 72-year-old mayor of Waldron, sought sex from the two…

U.S. Amigo Threatens Lawsuit

Maybe President George W. Bush will change his mind about his good friend Vicente Fox now that the Mexican president has threatened to sue him in a United States federal court if the National Guard arrests any illegals crossing the border. It’s not yet clear what the lawsuit would argue,…

MIA Ethics Panel Is Back

Months after the Justice Department launched the corruption investigation of two congressmen – talk about a delayed reaction – the House ethics committee has decided to finally open its own investigation. Abundant evidence of wrongdoing had been exposed by the federal government’s separate cases involving the two lawmakers, yet the…

CA Treasurer’s Clinton Connection

Now that California State Treasurer Phil Angelides has officially announced his candidacy for governor, it’s noteworthy to mention that he has steered hundreds of millions of dollars in state public pension funds to a company that employs his good friend, Bill Clinton, as an investment advisor. The former president makes…

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