Category: Our Laws

September 21, 2006

New Report Alleges Problems with Death Penalty

The report was released by a group of Florida lawyers and jurists whom critics say are left-wing activists who have always opposed capital punishment. Florida is one of the leading states to impose the death penalty and to execute those …

Torture what it really is

It would seem that the liberals have suddenly lost their taste for torture since they seemed to be quite hungry for it early in the Clinton administration. How many of you remember Waco?

September 17, 2006

DOJ to Prosecute Thousands for Katrina Fraud and Corruption

The US Justice Department has charged more than 400 government and charity workers for illegally benefiting from Hurricane Katrina and the ensuing flooding, according to their report obstained by the National Association of Chiefs of Police.

September 14, 2006

Feds Training Local Cops to Arrest Illegal Aliens; States and Cities Not Interested

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 14 Sep 2006

The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement dierctorate authorized 16 additional Alabama state troopers to enforce federal immigration law, following their completion of ICE training at the Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Ala.

September 13, 2006

Trading Liberty For Security? A Misuse Of Benjamin Franklin

Filed under: Featured Conservative,Our Laws,War On Terror - 13 Sep 2006

Since the commencement of the War on terror, we have heard various iterations of a famous statement by Ben Franklin from 1755. “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor …

September 12, 2006

Chief of Guatemalan Anti-Narcotics Guilty of Cocaine Production, Distribution

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary,Our Laws - 12 Sep 2006

Two senior Guatemalan anti-narcotics law enforcement officers pleaded guilty on Friday in the US District Court in Washington, DC to a charge of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute cocaine, according to a statement by Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher.

September 8, 2006

Ivy League University Professor Busted for Child Porn, Sex with Underaged Boys

Federal agents and prosecutors filed a criminal complaint against Professor Lawrence Scott Ward at his office at the University of Pennsylvania on Wednesday charging him with involvement with child pornography and having sex with underaged boys.

September 7, 2006

It is time we take America back

This crosses party lines so do not go getting all self righteous, they could all work together to secure our borders but they won’t and do you know why, because if it is secure they have no issue to attack …

September 5, 2006

Top Mexican Drug Kingpin Nailed by Coast Guard, DEA

Filed under: Our Laws - 05 Sep 2006

The US Coast Guard, working closely with the DEA, apprehended Arellano-Felix and seven other adults in a recreational vessel on and arrived at the Coast Guard facility in San Diego, where they were taken into custody by the DEA and …

September 4, 2006

IRS Information to Target Illegal Workers and Employers: Good or Bad Idea?

Filed under: Immigration,Our Laws - 04 Sep 2006

To lawfully work in the United States, individuals must provide identification and evidence of work authorization to their employers. Individuals who are not US citizens must have authorization to work from the Department of Homeland Security.

September 1, 2006

Go West Young Liberals! Go West!

California this week took a bold step. Not into the great unknown mind you, but rather into the great already known. Their Assembly has approved yet another experiment to once again show the failures of top down, socialist …

August 30, 2006

And “W” takes the Series!

It is the bottom of the ninth inning in game seven of the World Series. The score: 3-3, with two strikes, and runners positioned on 1st and 3rd. The stadium is quiet. And here we go. The windup …

No Need to Keep Rape Accuser’s Name Secret

Crystal Gail Mangum’s life has been marked by a Kudzu-like thicket of ups and downs. After graduating from Hillside High School in Durham, she spent two years in the Navy as a radio operator. She married twice, taught her first …

August 27, 2006

West Virgina County Feels The Pain of Lawyers, Greed

Across the United States there has been an explosion of litigation. People act as if they have won the lottery whenever their car gets tapped from behind or if a doctor, dentist, employer, or whoever, makes a mistake, big …

August 20, 2006

Liberal-Left Confuses Americans About the NSA Surveillance Program

U.S. District Judge Anna Diggs Taylor ruled this week that the communications intercept program conducted by the National Security Agency is unconstitutional. While many are shocked or feigning shock over her decision, this writer wasn’t shocked or surprised at this …

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