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Illegal Immigrants Jailed In Arizona

An Arizona Sheriff has come under fire for daring to enforce a new human smuggling state law that allows prosecutors to charge illegal immigrants suspected of paying to get smuggled into the U.S. Frustrated with the lack of federal enforcement of immigration laws, Arizona legislators passed the statute last August…

Ney Posed In Photo With Tribe He Didn’t Remember

It seems that Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH) took in too much fresh air during a golf outing to Scotland (August 2002), resulting in a fog of forgetfulness when he was questioned during an investigation of lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Ney reportedly told Senate investigators that he had no memory of meeting…

Judge Favors Sex Offenders

The same Clinton-appointed federal judge, who ruled that “theory of evolution” stickers on high school biology textbooks are an unconstitutional endorsement of religion, is blocking a Georgia law that bars sex offenders from living near school bus stops. U.S. District Judge Clarence Cooper apparently thinks that a new state law…

Billions More For Nuclear Cleanup

Six years after the U.S. government agreed to clean up a highly contaminated nuclear plant, radioactive waste from the leaking tanks continue to percolate through ground water because the government made a bad deal with a private company that now demands almost triple the money of the original estimate. Located…

Corrupt Democrat Mayor Indicted

A popular Northern California mayor who raised thousands of dollars for John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign and was named a rising star by the influential Democratic Leadership Council, has been indicted on fraud, bribery and conspiracy charges. San Jose Mayor Ron Gonzales secretly negotiated a garbage contract that cost taxpayers…

Gov’t Security Breaches On A Roll

Various federal government agencies have committed serious and costly data breaches recently, but the icing on the cake came this week when the agency charged with fighting identity theft admitted losing two laptops containing sensitive personal data used to commit identity theft. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) claims that the…

Saudis To Get U.S. Aviation Scholarships

The United Sates and Saudi Arabia reached an agreement last year that will allow thousands of Saudi students to enroll in American universities and now that Islamic country is promoting scholarships to study civil aviation in America. This is of tremendous concern since 15 of the 19 September 11 hijackers…

UN Critic Testifies Before US Senate Committee

Claudia Rosett, veteran journalist of international affairs testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on June 20, 2006 unmasking the “secrecy, lack of accountability, abuse, and corruption” of the United Nations organization. Rosett’s testimony touched on many areas of UN corruption and secrecy.

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