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Waiving Visas Risks National Security

Officials in the Department of Homeland Security admit that an unknown amount of ”inadmissible aliens” have entered the United States using a stolen or lost passport from a country whose citizens are allowed to travel here without a visa. Introduced in 1986, the Visa Waiver Program allows millions of citizens…

Marching Without A Vote

The nationwide pro-illegal immigration rallies that threatened lawmakers with the infamous “today we march, tomorrow we vote” chant has failed to materialize with no record of a historic new voter boom that could sway any election. A major news organization’s review of voter registration figures from major cities that hosted…

Expensive Government Secrecy

The U.S. Federal Government continues to restrict public access to information at unprecedented levels, using assertions of executive power and national security “state secrets” privilege successfully in court. In 2005 alone, the government spent $7.7 billion to prevent information from going public by marking 14.2 million documents either top

Hillary Sees No Evil, Hears No Evil

While Hillary Clinton stars in television sound bites during her ritzy Senate reelection tour throughout New York State, a well-known government whistleblower organization exposes her refusal to investigate a tragic event in her district involving military veterans. A scathing piece authored by a former FBI agent and the founder of…

Alaska Oil Shakedown

An army of federal agents searched the offices of six Alaska lawmakers believed to have accepted bribes from a wealthy oil company that contributes heavily to political campaigns and has been fined for funneling secret donations to candidates through an employee payroll deduction plan. The marathon raid was part of…

Public School Dist. Battles Corruption

Plagued by fraud and waste scandals, a large public school district in Texas has created a new Office of District Integrity in an effort to root out future wrongdoing by public officials. The superintendent of the Dallas Independent School District, the second-largest in Texas, created the new department after a…

Politically Connected Judges Rule In NY

In a huge blow to political party leaders, a federal court ruled that the process for selecting New York state judges is unconstitutional because it automatically excludes candidates who refuse to tow the party line. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan upheld a lower court’s ruling that…

Atlantic City City Council President Pleads Guilty to Extortion Charges

This week, Atlantic City Council President Craig Callaway pleaded guilty to attempted extortion after being caught accepting more than $36,000 in bribes from an FBI informant. Callaway has a less-than-reputable political history, including public disturbances and gross personal salary increases. Callaway helped Terry Jacobs, an Atlantic City contractor and,

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