Category: Our Laws

October 20, 2006

Don’t Deport Them, Tax Them

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 20 Oct 2006

OK, we have been told that we can’t deport that many illegal immigrants, we have also been told they only do the jobs that Americans don’t want to do so. If that is the case then from what I can …

October 18, 2006

Wash. Post – Fearmongering Over ‘Secret Line of Succession’ for Presidency

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,Our Laws - 18 Oct 2006

The Washington Post, yesterday, posted a story raising questions about a House rules change that clearly delineates a line of succession should the Speaker of the House be unable to take his place as the third in line to succeed …

October 15, 2006

American Jihadist First to Be Indicted for Treason in Terrorism War

Filed under: Our Laws,War On Terror - 15 Oct 2006

Adam Yehiye Gadahn, who appears frequently in Al-Qaeda propaganda videotapes, became the first person charged with treason in the War on Terrorism on Wednesday. He is also being charged with providing material support to terrorists.

October 14, 2006

Mark Foley Should Ask to Amend His Disclosures

What really happened with Mark Foley? I mean besides the fact that he was scoping out young male pages for possible sexual relationships both in the flesh and in cyberspace? Really when you get right down to it …

October 13, 2006

School Safety Becomes Hot-Button Political Issue Again

In the aftermath of the senseless murder of young children attending an Amish school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, school safety is once again being discussed within the Beltway.

October 10, 2006

Iranian-American Indicted for Attending Terrorist Training Camp

Filed under: Our Laws,War On Terror - 10 Oct 2006

A United States citizen was indicted Wednesday on federal charges of providing material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), by attending an MEK training camp in Iraq.

October 8, 2006

Mexican Mafia’s Top Lieutenant Pleads Guilty in US Court

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Our Laws - 08 Oct 2006

A top lieutenant to a Mexican Mafia member who controlled Hispanic street gangs across Orange County pleaded guilty today to federal charges, admitting that he conspired with others to violate federal racketeering laws.

October 7, 2006

Sexual Confusion On Capitol Hill

It’s easy to join the Mark Foley pile-on. What he did was wrong but does his treatment fit the crime? I think not. Please let me elaborate….

“Girls Gone Wild” CEO Pleads Guilty in Sexual Exploitation Case

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Our Laws - 07 Oct 2006

Joseph Francis, founder, CEO and sole shareholder of two California companies doing business under the name “Girls Gone Wild,” has pleaded guilty to charges that he failed to create and maintain age and identity documents for performers in sexually explicit …

October 6, 2006

Come and Get Your Terrorism Insurance? Not So Fast

Filed under: Our Laws,War On Terror - 06 Oct 2006

Terrorists using unconventional weapons, also known as nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological (NBCR) weapons, could cause devastating losses. The Terrorism Risk Insurance Act (TRIA) of 2002, as well as the extension passed in 2005, will cover losses from a certified …

October 2, 2006

West African Busted for Illegal Weapons Export Plot

Filed under: Our Laws - 02 Oct 2006

A West African man was arrested in San Diego last Tuesday by agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Defense Criminal Investigative Service for attempting to illegally export various handguns and high-capacity magazines to the Ivory Coast.

September 24, 2006

Liberalism Is Destroying The Geneva Convention

Pick your issue, from the environment to “sexual harassment,” to the treatment of captured terrorists, and the liberal take on it is guaranteed to be wrong on every front.

Mexicans Producing Meth That Americans Won’t Produce

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 24 Sep 2006

As methamphetamine abuse continues its scourge of the country, state and federal elected officials have worked over the last two years to pass laws restricting sales of over the counter products containing pseudoephedrine.

September 23, 2006

Putting two and two together, what Americans are unwilling to see?

Larry Butrick, assistant U.S. attorney in charge of criminal cases for the U.S. attorney’s office, said “in all likelihood,” the office will appeal, but he wants to wait for the return tomorrow of Ronald Johnson, the assistant U.S. attorney handling …

September 22, 2006

McCain’s Folly: Suspected Terrorists Suing United States

With US Senators John McCain, Lindsey Graham and John Warner leading the charge to prevent defining what is and is not torture, as was requested by President George W. Bush — besides the danger to Americans and their property — …

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