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Governor Sued For Immigration Order

Two public college professors are suing Rhode Island’s governor to stop an executive order requiring all state contractors to check the immigration status of workers and state police and prison officials to identify illegal immigrants for possible deportation. Represented by a nationally known civil rights group, the Rhode Island College…

Rep. Rangel Conceals Thousands In Rental Income

A powerful Democrat congressman who has repeatedly violated House ethics rules and used his office to raise money from corporations with business before him, has for decades excluded rental income from a Caribbean villa on federal and state tax returns. It marks the latest in a series of violations for…

Jail For Guilty Detroit Mayor

A major U.S. city will finally get rid of its criminally corrupt thug of a mayor whose felonious antics have cost taxpayers millions of dollars and brought shame to the long ailing municipality. Facing an embarrassing criminal trial and nearly a dozen felony charges, Detroit’s scandal-plagued mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, finally…

Criminal Illegal Aliens Smuggled Through Airport

Proving once again that the nation’s airports are vulnerable to serious security breaches, a longtime public employee at one of the world’s busiest airports has been charged with smuggling foreigners—including previously deported aliens with criminal records—into the country by helping them out of the terminal before mandatory customs inspections. The…

Public University Prof. Guilty Of Giving China Military Secrets

A professor emeritus at a public university in Tennessee has been convicted of passing sensitive U.S. military secrets to the communist government of China through graduate research assistants and wire transmissions. A federal jury in Knoxville deliberated only six hours before convicting the veteran electrical and computer engineering professor (J.…

Atty. Gen. Mishandled Classified Terrorism Documents

Before resigning under fire last year, embattled Bush Attorney General Alberto Gonzales violated Justice Department regulations by removing classified documents from a special secure facility without proper authorization. According to the Justice Department’s inspector general Gonzalez, the nation’s top law enforcement officer for 31 months, stored the documents

State Commission Protects Illegal Immigrants

A Connecticut state agency that ensures citizens’ access to public records has ruled that its second-largest city doesn’t have to disclose information relating to controversial identification cards designed to help illegal immigrants integrate into city life. About 6,000 New Haven residents—mostly illegal immigrants—have obtained the city’s official municipal

Bribes Disguised As Campaign Contributions

A veteran public school board member in a large Texas district has been arrested and charged with accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes as part of a broader public corruption scheme that has already led to the guilty pleas of several officials. According to an eight-count federal indictment,…

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