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Never Ending Political Scandal

The latest admission of corruption by a top congressional aide gives credence to the fact that the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal is like the famous Energizer bunny that just keeps on going. Today’s guilty plea by a former congressional chief of staff to Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH) is the third…

FBI Wastes Millions Intended To Fight Terrorism

Shortly after a top agent accused the FBI of criminal negligence in the investigation of convicted terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui, a government audit has revealed that the agency practically threw away $10 million that was supposed to buy technology critical to preventing future terrorist attacks. The money was part of the…

Police Cover-up For Yet Another Kennedy

While it’s not surprising to see another Kennedy politico in trouble with the law, the fact that authorities are covering up illegal behavior for Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy http://www.patrickkennedy.house.gov/, son of the infamous law-breaking Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy, is appalling and, of course, illegal. The latest Kennedy outlaw

“Unconstitutional” Cross To Be Removed

A 52-year-old cross, dedicated as a war memorial, must be immediately removed from San Diego’s Mount Soledad because a federal judge ruled that it is unconstitutional. The 43-foot cross has for years been at the center of an ugly legal battle pitting city officials and residents who want the cross…

No Immigrant Raids For The Well-Connected

Recent U.S. government raids and deportations of illegal aliens have targeted large companies and their executives, but a giant Arkansas meat-processing plant that openly hires undocumented employees has been suspiciously exempt. Could it have anything to do with its strong ties and hefty monetary contributions to Bill and Hillary Clinton?…

Exposing A Corrupt Congressman

While a veteran congressman strongly denies accepting bribes, those with damaging evidence continue to cut deals with authorities to reveal details of the wrongdoing. This week a technology executive will be the second person to plead guilty to bribing Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA), an eight-term congressman and senior on the…

N.C. Terrorist Charged With Murder

When an Iranian man slammed a sports utility vehicle into a group of university students as revenge on the U.S. government for the deaths of Muslims around the world, many wondered if he would be charged with terrorism. The question was answered this week when he instead was indicted on…

Terrorist Professor To Be Deported

Hiding behind the First Amendment and claiming to be a victim of U.S. government persecution, a college professor who for years denied being a terrorist, will be deported for finally admitting he is a high-ranking member of a militant Middle Eastern group. As alleged by the U.S. government, University of…

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