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National Security for Sale at USCIS

The federal agency responsible for preventing immigration fraud is infested with corrupt officers who regularly accept bribes from illegal immigrants in exchange for visas and other official government documents. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a branch of the Department of Homeland Security, claims that promoting national security

McAuliffe To Head Hillary’s Campaign

The renowned Democratic fundraiser, who made a fortune with shady investments in a telecommunications giant that went bankrupt, will chair Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign beginning next year. Former Democratic National Committee Chairman and political money machine Terry McAuliffe told his rich friends that he will in fact run Clinton’s

Indian Tribe To Block Border Fence

An Indian tribe, whose members regularly help smuggle illegal immigrants and drugs into the U.S., will not allow a fence to be erected along a vulnerable stretch of the Mexican border which happens to be on tribal land. The Tohono O’odham Indians own the second biggest reservation in the country,…

Prisons Infested With Islamic Terrorists

Long considered recruiting stations for violent gangs, U.S. prisons have become a dangerous breeding ground for radical Islamic terrorists and authorities claim they don’t have the resources to prevent the serious problem. A new report to be released this week by the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University…

Judging Liberally In The West

The same notoriously liberal appellate court that ruled unconstitutional the word God in the Pledge of Allegiance, overturned a first-degree murder conviction because the victims’ family wore buttons with his picture in court. The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear the California case next month and hopefully it will…

Top New Jersey Democrat Guilty

A former longtime New Jersey senator and one of that state’s most influential politicians has pleaded guilty to federal corruption, mail fraud and tax evasion stemming from bribes a sand mining company gave him in exchange for approval of a project. A six-term state senator and former New Jersey senate…

Judging A Big Salary Hike

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justices recently issued an outrageous ruling that allows all state judges – including them – to keep controversial pay raises they ruled illegal for state legislators and other government workers. The case stems from a sneaky, late-night session in mid 2005 in which Pennsylvania legislators approved hefty…

Border Fence Needs Funding

The House of Representatives easily passed (283-138) a bill this week to build a fence along the Mexico-US border, but it doesn’t mean that it will actually be built since there is still no funding for the huge project. Without the money to build the 700-mile barrier along the nation’s…

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