Undercover Census Fraud Investigation: Louisiana
From May 3rd to May 8th of this year, I worked for the United States Census Bureau in Lafayette, Louisiana. With the aid of a hidden camera, I witnessed and captured evidence of wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars–one systemic failure after another of this a Constitutionally mandated entity during a time of great recession and high unemployment.
Homeland Security Asks Retailers To Heighten Awareness
Last week, the Department of Homeland Security held a conference call asking the retail sector to heighten its level of awareness and report anything suspicious to law enforcement immediately.
Report says DOJ not fully prepared for WMD attack
WASHINGTON – The Justice Department has failed to put together an adequate plan for responding to an attack involving weapons of mass destruction, the inspector general at the agency said Tuesday.
Reporters to need government licenses?
A Michigan lawmaker says people have the right to know reporters are credible and have “good moral character,” so he’s proposed a procedure to license journalists and document their credentials, background and experience.
Groups want FCC to police hate speech on talk radio, cable news networks
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is being urged to monitor “hate speech” on talk radio and cable broadcast networks. A coalition of more than 30 organizations argue in a letter to the FCC that the Internet has made it harder for the public to separate the facts from bigotry masquerading as news.
Stocks, Oil Drop as Middle-East Tension Grows
Stocks and oil dropped, while the dollar and Treasuries rose, as a report that Lebanon fired on Israeli warplanes spurred concern tensions in the Middle East are escalating. Energy companies led declines in equities after BP Plc failed to halt the biggest oil spill in U.S. history.
Lawsuit to feds: Constitution says, ‘No you can’t’
The newest legal brief in a court challenge to “Obamacare,” the president’s nationalization of health care, says the Constitution simply doesn’t allow the federal government to demand a payment for not doing something.
SENIORS WILL LOSE BIG UNDER OBAMACARE
Passage of ObamaCare will have negative consequences for practically all Americans. However, it is the nation’s senior citizens who will get the short end of the stick after enactment of the president’s health care agenda, says Robert Moffit, a health policy expert with the Heritage Foundation.
U.N. investigator calls for halt to CIA drone killings
GENEVA (Reuters) – A United Nations investigator called Wednesday for a halt to CIA-directed drone strikes on suspected Islamic militants, warning that killings ordered far from the battlefield could lead to a “Playstation” mentality.
Israel to expel all activists by day’s end
JERUSALEM – All of the nearly 700 activists detained in a deadly raid on an aid flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip will be deported by the end of the day, Israel’s attorney general said Wednesday.
Arrested Gaza Flotilla ‘Peace Activists’ Are Al-Qaeda & Muslim Brotherhood Members; Have Record of Radicalism
What a shock. A majority of the arrested “peace activists” who brutally attacked the Israeli soldiers with pipes, metal rods. chairs and knives are linked to terror groups including Al-Qaeda. Several are members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The activists include Turks, Yemenites and Indonesians. And, many of the arrested “peace” fanatics have no identification papers.
Turkey calls on Israel to end blockade to restore ties
ANKARA, June 2 (Reuters) – Turkey demanded Israel lift its blockade of Gaza as a condition for normalising relations but added it was time that “calm replaced anger” after Israel’s deadly raid on a Turkish-backed aid flotilla.
‘Activists threw stun grenades
The IDF Spokesperson’s office on Wednesday afternoon released more new footage of Gaza flotilla activists attacking soldiers with a stun grenade, a box of plates, and water hoses.
Israeli raid draws protests in Dearborn
Chanting “Free, Free Palestine,” Arab Americans and their supporters gathered Tuesday on the steps of Dearborn City Hall in an angry demonstration against Israel’s raid on a boat carrying aid to the Gaza Strip.
500 rally in Dearborn to protest Israel’s deadly raid
Dearborn — The Israeli attack on a flotilla headed to the sealed-off Gaza Strip with humanitarian aid was loudly condemned during a demonstration Tuesday outside Dearborn City Hall.
Russia says terrorists seeking nuclear materials
MOSCOW, June 2 (Reuters) – The chief of Russia’s state security service said on Wednesday that terrorists were seeking access to nuclear materials across the former Soviet Union, Interfax news agency reported.
U.S.-Developed Vaccine ‘Could Eliminate’ Breast Cancer
A doctor from the Cleveland Clinic claims he developed a vaccine that could prevent breast cancer and save the lives of millions of women, Fox8.com reports.
Frenchman with no arms or legs set to swim the 22 miles across English Channel
A Frenchman who lost all his arms and legs in a freak accident is preparing to swim cross the English Channel. Philippe Croizon will instantly earn himself a place in the record books if his 22 miles crossing from Folkestone, Kent, to Cap-Gris-Nez, near Calais, is successful.