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Corrupt Alabama Gov. Runs Again

Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman will be having a tough time this week attempting to convince Democrats to vote for him in the upcoming gubernatorial primary while he tries to convince a jury he is innocent of serious federal crimes. As Alabama governor from 1999 to 2003, Siegelman became known…

So Long and Thanks for All the Reports

The office of the Independent Counsel has been shut down but its juicy and scathing reports from the Bill Clinton administration will always be around. Prompted by the Watergate affair, the Independent Counsel was a judicially appointed investigator created by the 1978 Ethics in Government Act. The idea was to…

Lawmakers Endorse Immigrant Walkout

Though many prominent pro-immigrant organizations and officials oppose the May 1 protests, the California Senate has officially endorsed massive boycotts of schools, jobs and stores by illegal aliens and their supporters on that day. Lawmakers in the Golden State recently passed a resolution named Great American Boycott 2006, leading one…

Voter Fraud Crackdown Labeled Racist

A simple measure to help eliminate voter fraud has outraged liberals and so-called civil rights groups, with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) comparing it to a poll tax that creates a hardship for minority and low-income voters. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is part…

U.S. Finally Investigates U.N.

With an annual $8 billion contribution of American taxpayer money, the U.S. government was long overdue to investigate and clean up the rampant corruption and misuse of funds at the United Nations. Thanks to the efforts of a prominent lawmaker and the release of a scathing congressional report, federal authorities…

Finally, Some Port Security

Virtually neglected by the Department of Homeland Security, the nation’s seaports – extremely vulnerable to terrorist attacks – are finally getting much-needed attention. It only took five years since the horrific terrorist attacks, but the U.S. Government is finally taking measures to protect the ports by checking the backgrounds of…

Outrageous Waste Of Taxpayer Funds

Among the many examples of waste in the bill appropriations process, which politicians abuse to acquire federal money for projects back home, is a $550,000 allocation hidden in a transportation bill for an obscure North Carolina teapot museum. Politicians bring home millions of dollars every year for bogus projects by…

Risk of Toxic Terrorism Could Decrease

A well-known environmentalist critical of Bill Clinton’s lax chemical plant security laws has published a report complimenting facilities for reducing the use of dangerous chemicals which in turn diminishes the chances of a toxic terrorist attack. The 44-page report called Preventing Toxic Terrorism reveals that, since the 2001 attacks on…

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