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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…

Prostitutes Can Get Federal Money

Thankfully, United States law forbids the use of federal funds to promote or support prostitution or sex trafficking. Unfortunately, a district judge in New York has ruled that it is a violation of free speech to require recipients of federal funds to combat AIDS to abide by that law. Through…

Catering To Mexico On Immigration

In the increasingly heated battle against illegal immigration, it is ironic that U.S. officials seem most concerned with appeasing Mexico rather than their own citizens, who overwhelmingly support controlling the situation. The latest evidence is in President George W. Bush’s urgent apology to his Mexican counterpart regarding the deployment of…

Major Security Hole In Voting Machines

The high-tech voting machines that many states bought for millions of dollars after the 2000 presidential election still have major security problems that leave them vulnerable to tampering during elections. In fact, officials in a few states with upcoming primary elections issued urgent directives this week regarding potential security risks…

Home Loans For Illegal Immigrants

As the country strives to curb illegal immigration, Illinois has launched a program that uses millions of dollars in public funds to provide low-interest home loans for illegal immigrants who have no credit history or documentation in the U.S. Called Opportunity I-Loan, the American tax-payer funded program was the bright…

Another California Congressman For Sale?

The corruption virus has hit sunny San Diego, California in a big way. While disgraced former Congressman Randy Cunningham sits in jail for taking $2.4 million in bribes from defense contractors, his friend and former House colleague is being investigated for perhaps doing the same thing. Federal authorities have launched…

Gov’t Corruption is Widespread

In the last two years alone, more than 1,000 public employees have been convicted on corruption-related charges. The figure, provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), includes 177 federal officials, 158 state officials, 360 local officials and 365 local law enforcement officers. Additionally, the FBI currently has more than…

U.N. Human Rights A Joke

Just when it seems that the corrupt and scandal-infested United Nations cannot sink any lower, it creates a new Human Rights Council that features some of the world’s most atrocious violators, including governments and communist regimes that persecute religions and sanction the harvesting of human organs. Cuba, China, Russia, Pakistan,…

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