Tag Archives: Crime

Another Bush Buddy Criminal Heads To Prison

February 18, 2010

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WHITE PLAINS — Bernard B. Kerik, a former New York police commissioner who rose to national prominence, was sentenced to four years in prison on Thursday after pleading guilty to eight felony charges, including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Under the terms of a plea agreement reached in November on the eve […]

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The ACORN Pimp's Wardrobe Malfunction

February 18, 2010

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Let’s get one thing clear: James O’Keefe WAS NOT famously dressed as a pimp INSIDE the ACORN offices when the tape was rolling. That’s all part of his smoke and mirrors fancy editing gimmicks to make himself look cool. In fact, O’Keefe and his dingbat tag-a-long told the ACORN workers that they BOTH needed a […]

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Another White American Terrorist Goes On A Killing Spree

January 20, 2010

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As reported by Jon Fox filling in for Bob Kincaid last night, eight people were killed in Virginia yesterday, when a white American man went on a shooting spree. The question was posed – “Would he ever be called a ‘terrorist?’” Hell, we can’t even get the media to cover the story! It’s just another […]

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Madoff Sentenced To 150 Years

June 29, 2009

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A federal judge sentenced Bernard Madoff, the convicted mastermind of the largest and most sweeping Ponzi scheme ever, to the maximum sentence of 150 years in federal court Monday. Judge Denny Chin of U.S. District Court in New York announced the sentence just moments after Madoff apologized to his victims. “I live in a tormented […]

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Abortion Doctor Shot To Death At Church

May 31, 2009

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George Tiller, a Wichita doctor who was one of the few doctors in the nation to perform late-term abortions, was shot to death on Sunday as he attended church, city officials in Wichita said. Dr. Tiller, who had performed abortions since the 1970s, had long been a lightning rod for controversy over the issue of […]

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