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Illegal Alien Tuition Goes To State High Court

A state Supreme Court could establish a precedent with nationwide impact when it rules on a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of discounted college tuition for illegal immigrants. The California Supreme Court has decided to take up the heated issue of whether granting illegal immigrants discounted in-state tuition at public colleges…

Obama Breaks Transparency Promise

Another of Barack Obama’s famous “change” campaign promises has been broken, this time involving a level of transparency he assured had not existed in any administration. Pledging the “most open and transparent transition in history,” Team Obama vowed to reveal details of transition meetings with groups on its heavily promoted…

Report Details Ohio Atty. Gen. Corruption

The official elected to uphold Ohio’s laws and Constitution illegally used campaign funds to make hefty payments to friends and family, ran a vulgar and unprofessional office and spent millions of taxpayer dollars on unnecessary perks. A seven-month investigation conducted by the Ohio Inspector General’s office reveals that the state’s…

Obama Gov. Website Illegally Approved

Barack Obama’s transition website was illegally authorized to register as an official U.S. government domain and Judicial Watch has exclusively obtained documents to prove it, including evidence that the authorization was initially denied.  When Team Obama announced its infamous change.gov website, Judicial Watch quickly filed a public records request with…

Kennedy Refuses To Disclose Finances

Extremely wealthy and of famous pedigree, the Kennedy who wants to replace Hillary Clinton in the U.S. Senate refuses to disclose basic data required of any candidate, especially information relating to her vast fortune and companies she has a stake in. In fact, John F. Kennedy’s daughter (Caroline) has successfully…

New Capitol Center Reconstructs History

The U.S. Capitol’s long awaited mega visitor center—designed to tell government’s history and purpose—is finally complete but deficient in various important areas, including accurate historical facts, Constitutional interpretation and the undisputed role of religion in the nation’s government. The massive project, the largest addition ever to the 215-year-old U.S.

Convicted Senator Brings Down Lobbying Firms

The criminal conviction of the nation’s most powerful Republican senator has severely impacted the profits of several Washington firms that raked in millions of dollars to lobby the disgraced lawmaker with decades of seniority on various crucial committees. When Alaska’s Ted Stevens, the longest serving Republican in the U.S. Senate,…

Another Pay Raise For Congress

Amid the nation’s worsening financial crisis and all-time low approval ratings from constituents across the country, members of Congress have increased their salary again. Not that long ago, lawmakers demanded that high-paid executives work for free to ease the pain of their financially struggling companies. Evidently, legislators are not willing…

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