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Judge Protects Child Molester

A Nebraska judge who serves on a state commission for the protection of children refused to send a convicted child molester to jail because she feared the molester would not fare well in prison due to his diminutive size. Convicted of two felony counts of child molestation, 50-year-old Richard Thompson…

Stay In U.S. With Expired Visa

The troubling negligence of a U.S. government agency has been overlooked with all the talk of building a fence to protect the country’s borders from illegal immigrants since millions of them never sneaked in to begin with. It turns out that nearly half of the illegal immigrants in this country…

Penniless in Seattle

Seattle’s controversial Mayor, Greg Nickels, is facing ethics violations charges for illegally using city funds and a City Hall production crew to record a video promoting a multi-billion dollar tunnel project that the city doesn’t even need. The costly project, up for a citywide vote this fall, would replace the…

Anti-American, Pro-Chicano Public School

A public elementary school in Southern California is run by an America-bashing Chicano who claims the “white, American way will lead to destruction” and has a curriculum devised by a radical Mexican group that strives to return the American southwest to Mexico. Funded by American taxpayers and supported by extremist…

NY Protects Sick Illegal Aliens

New York officials have distributed a letter assuring illegal immigrants that their legal status will not be questioned when they seek their free American taxpayer-funded medical care at the city’s public hospitals. Published in 11 languages, the letter promises illegal immigrants that their status will be kept confidential and that…

Blame It On The Media

Feeling the heat and dip in the polls for his strong connection to disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, Senator Conrad Burns (R-MT) has conveniently blamed the “Eastern liberal press” for all of his troubles as he seeks a fourth term. As next week’s primary approaches, the 71-year-old veteran Republican senator finds…

Big Spenders In Small City

Harvey Park may be a tiny city in Illinois but several of its elected officials have gone on huge spending sprees with public money, purchasing things such as lavish vacations, plasma televisions and fancy clothes with taxpayer dollars. Federal affidavits illustrate how the district director, board chairman and assistant director…

A Blow to Gov’t Whistleblowers

A recent Supreme Court ruling will make it harder for government whistleblowers to take legal action when they are retaliated against for going public with allegations of government misconduct. The court was split 5-4 in Garcetti v. Ceballos, a case in which a Los Angeles prosecutor got demoted for urging…

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