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Violent Mexican Smugglers Threaten U.S. Forests

The National Forest Service has been forced to team up with the U.S. Border Patrol to protect nature-loving hikers from being victimized by violent drug traffickers and alien smugglers that use the pristine areas to enter the country from Mexico. Violent activities have escalated so much in the Coronado National…

Top Brass Fired In Nuclear Missile Mistake

After a lengthy investigation the U.S. Air Force has relieved four colonels of duty and disciplined dozens of others for a serious incident perhaps indicative of a systematic failure to control the nationâ??s potent nuclear arsenal. The alarming event that led to the six-week probe took place in late August…

Veteran N.J. Legislator Admits Taking Bribes

A state legislator who is an influential Baptist minister and was once a high-ranking county law enforcement officer is the first to plead guilty in a New Jersey corruption ring that has seen nearly a dozen public officials statewide get arrested. The Democratic state Assemblyman, Alfred Steele, admitted in federal…

Clinton’s $1 Million Woodstock Earmark Nixed

Hillary Clinton’s secret mission to redirect one million taxpayer dollars from health and education to a campaign donor’s 1960s music festival museum has been exposed and defeated in the Senate. In June Clinton and her fellow New York Democrat in the Senate (Charles Schumer) slipped an earmark into a massive…

Hillary’s Chinese Funny Money Keeps Flowing

On the heels of returning nearly one million tainted dollars from a fugitive Chinese fundraiser, Hillary Clinton is under fire for taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in suspicious donations from poor Chinese immigrants who live in slums and barely make enough money to eat. Most of them live and…

Test Bombs Get By Federal Airport Screeners

Airport security screeners at the federal agency created to protect the nationâ??s transportation system after the 2001 terrorist attacks missed hundreds of fake bombs during tests. The covert exercises were held at three major airports to see if the suspicious items could be smuggled into secure areas. Simulated explosives were…

Hookers Testify About Bribed Congressman

Testimony in the trial of a prominent defense contractor accused of bribing a jailed congressman has resembled a sleazy soap opera with sordid details of the lawmaker engaging with prostitutes in a hot tub at a lavish Hawaiian resort. Even the hookers testified before federal prosecutors rested their case this…

Democrats Take Cash From Indicted Law Firm

Prominent Democrats continue receiving lucrative contributions from a powerhouse New York law firm even though a partner has pleaded guilty to conspiracy and the entire firm has been federally indicted for fraud and bribery. As one of the nationâ??s leading securities class-action law firms, Milberg Weiss employees and partners have…

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