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No Punishment For Alien-Smuggling Americans

Every year thousands of American citizens smuggle Mexicans into this country for cash and, even when they get caught, most face no consequences. Last year alone, 4,078 U.S. citizens were arrested at the two main gateways (San Ysidro and Otay Mesa) into California from Mexico yet only 279 faced alien…

New York Times Urging A Filibuster of Alito

If any doubt remained with respect to the erosion of sanity occurring at the New York Times, it was erased with this morning’s meandering, nonsensical editorial on the Alito nomination. Entitled, “Senators in Need of a Spine,” the article criticized Senate Democrats for “rolling over and playing dead” during Judge…

ACLU Sues To Allow Terrorist Muslim Scholar Into U.S.

The United States Government has for years denied the visa of a renowned Muslim scholar (Tariq Ramadan) with documented terrorist ties, citing a Patriot Act clause that denies entry to aliens who have used a position of prominence within any country to endorse or espouse terrorist activity. This week the…

Senator Uses JW Whistleblower Case To Blast FBI

A new FBI whistleblower lawsuit has led a senior senator to write a letter to the bureau’s director questioning a chronic “double standard” of discipline at the agency. The six-page letter from Iowa Senator Charles Grassley to FBI Director Robert Mueller prominently mentions the case of Judicial Watch client Robert…

Former Illinois Governor To Take Stand in Corruption Trial

More than 70 witnesses have testified in the four-month long corruption trial of former Illinois Governor George Ryan and, for the first time, we will hear Ryan’s version. His attorneys plan to put him on the stand next week. Prosecutors say that while Ryan served as Illinois secretary of state…

Supreme Court Says State Judges Can Get Political

Most states have a strict judicial code of conduct that limits the political activity of sitting judges, making the election of state judge’s nonpartisan and low key. A Supreme Court decision, however, will probably transform them into big-money contests that resemble partisan political races with lots of special interest money.…

Hillary Clinton’s Iranian Money Connection

When Hillary Clinton criticized the Bush Administration for “downplaying” the threats of Iran’s nuclear program and for letting European nations take the lead in negotiations, she forgot to mention that she has taken thousands of dollars from Iranian-Americans sympathetic to the radical Iranian regime of President Mahmoud Amhadinejad. Federal

Former Atlanta Mayor Goes To Trial For Fraud And Corruption

During his eight years as Atlanta Mayor, Democrat Bill Campbell managed City Hall as a criminal enterprise and a seven-year federal corruption probe has already led to the convictions of 10 city officials tied to his administration. Now it’s Campbell’s turn to answer to a seven-count indictment that accuses him…

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