Category: Crime and Punishment
July 28, 2010
After dragging its feet for almost two years, a House investigative committee yesterday charged New York Congressman Charles B. Rangel with multiple ethics violations. Rep. Rangel had already been removed as the House Ways and Means Committee chairman.
July 17, 2010
Although he claims that enforcing immigration laws is vital to national security and public safety, the Assistant Secretary of Immigration and Customs Enforcement — known as ICE — circulated an internal memo ordering officers not to arrest a broad range …
July 16, 2010
In the past few weeks, Americaâ€™s legal system has been subjected to an avalanche of outrages from the White House and Department of Justice. But while each individual event, if considered apart from the others, would be sufficient to warrant …
July 12, 2010
Whistleblower J. Christian Adams, who is testifying before a Commission of Civil Rights committee regarding voter intimidation by the New Black Panthers, dropped a bomb on his former employers at the Department of Justice.
July 11, 2010
On the day following the holiday weekend on which Americans celebrated their nation’s independence from a foreign country, Attorney General Eric Holder’s Justice Department filed its lawsuit against the State of Arizona for daring to pass a law that protects …
July 5, 2010
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore is being accused of attempting to rape a masseuse at the Hotel Lucia in Portland, Oregon. The Nobel Peace Prize winner “unequivocally’ denied the allegations by the woman. \
June 19, 2010
President Barack Obama says he wants lawmakers in both houses of Congress to make progress this year on reforming the immigration system. However, he’s not talking about how his administration is failing to protect citizens from criminal aliens.
June 13, 2010
In what they characterized as “a baffling development,” a public-interest law group revealed that a major U.S. county is allowing the Mexican government to operate “a satellite consular office” to offer the areaâ€™s illegal immigrants identification cards that will facilitate …
June 12, 2010
Three suspected al-Qaeda associates who were apprehended in West Africa by U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents during an international anti-drug operation, were extradited to New York and appeared in federal court in Manhattan, according to reports obtained by the National …
May 24, 2010
From the frills of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, liberal elites from around the world stand in defense of convicted sex offender Roman Polanski. Polanski was charged and convicted in the late 1970s of having sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old …
May 14, 2010
In 1936, the Social Security Administration established the Social Security number to track worker’s earnings for Social Security benefit purposes. Despite its narrowly intended purpose, the SSN is now used for a myriad of non-Social Security purposes. Today, SSNs are …
April 3, 2010
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is following the example set by J.D. Hayworth, Tom Tancredo, and many state lawmakers in border states by calling for National Guard troops to be deployed to the southern border in response to the murder …
March 15, 2010
Despite continued controversy over the use of stun guns by police officers, one of the nation’s largest law enforcement departments is increasing the number of Tasers purchased and distributed within that agency’s ranks.
February 15, 2010
Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Inspector General told conservative lawmakers that he was not empowered to investigate complaints of voter intimidation during the 2008 presidential election, according to the Washington Times.
December 22, 2009
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