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Rep. Jefferson Asks Judge To Exclude Incriminating Evidence

The Louisiana congressman charged with taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes has asked a judge to suppress incriminating testimony he made to the FBI because he was not advised by agents of his right to remain silent and right to speak with an attorney. The federal agents did…

Texas Town Ordered To Allow Border Fence

A Texas town that refused to let federal workers access its land to build a congressionally approved fence along the U.S.-Mexico border was ordered by a judge to temporarily turn over the property so the Department of Homeland Security can finally begin the project. It marks the first defeat for…

Publicly Funded Programs For Illegal Immigrants Killed

Fearful of legal action from groups like Judicial Watch, lawmakers in different parts of the country have abruptly rescinded support for measures that would have benefited illegal immigrants and violated laws in the process. This week Maryland’s governor withdrew his costly plan to issue separate driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants…

Congressman Charged In Terrorist Operation

A former United States congressman and delegate to the United Nations has been indicted by a grand jury for operating a terrorist fundraising ring that sent money to Islamic extremists who threatened American troops in the Middle East. Michigan Republican Mark Siljander has been charged with money laundering, conspiracy and…

Public Bathroom Sex Private, Says ACLU On Behalf Of Sen. Craig

Defending a disgraced senator’s scandalous airport bathroom escapade, a notoriously liberal civil rights group has filed a court motion arguing that people who have sex in public bathrooms have an expectation of privacy. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has presented the absurd argument on behalf of Idaho Senator Larry…

Illegal Immigrant Tuition Break Costs President Job

Claiming to be the victim of a racist legislature, the president of the nation’s largest public higher educational system has stepped down after state lawmakers blocked confirmation of her gubernatorial appointment because she favors tuition breaks for illegal immigrants. The president of the California Community Colleges board was appointed by…

Sen. Gets Millions In Federal Earmarks For Donors

The Republican Congressman appointed by Mississippi’s governor to replace retiring Senator Trent Lott obtained millions of dollars in federal earmark money for a company whose executives donated large sums to his campaign. Sworn into the U.S. Senate just a few weeks ago, Roger Wicker was relatively well-known as a big…

Sen.Ted Kennedy Outlives Family He Ruined

The mother of the young woman killed in the car that Senator Ted Kennedy recklessly drove off a bridge died this week and, not surprisingly, the veteran Massachusetts Democrat is avoiding the media like the plague. Mary Jo Kopechne was a 28-year-old Democratic campaign worker when she drowned in Kennedy’s…

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