Russian Nationals Indicted in North Carolina on Immigration Fraud, Murder for Hire Charges

Five Russian nationals were indicted on Wednesday in the Eastern District of North Carolina, according to a Department of Justice press release. The five are charged with “federal crimes stemming from a bribery and kickback scheme, including money laundering, immigration fraud, and a subsequent murder for hire plot.” Leonid Teyf, 57,…

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From the Congo to Columbus, Los Angeles Filmmakers Want to Tell Columbus, Ohio’s Diversity Story to Heal the Nation

Filmmaker Jeffrey Newman, told The Columbus Dispatch last week that a film being produced by Rich Street Productions, featuring Columbus’s diverse immigrant population, “…is about reclaiming our identity as Americans.” He went on to say, You tell the story of Columbus through people who live here. The diversity is rich.…

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Four Major Ohio Cities Aligned with Dem Organizations Seeking to Increase Immigrant Voter Base

The Open Borders National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA) this week awarded five more grants to cities and counties that have agreed to join their partner Cities for Citizenship (C4C) “America is Home” Initiative in the run-up to the 2020 presidential race. According to their website, C4C “is a four-year, $5 million…

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Guardian of New Hampshire’s First-in-the-Nation Primary Status is Re-elected by Slim Margin

New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner was elected on Wednesday to stay in his job for two more years following a contentious and hard fought battle in the New Hampshire Democratic controlled legislature. Gardner (70), a Democrat and the longest serving Secretary of State in the nation, has held…

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Democratic Socialist Candidate Elected to Congress in Michigan to Replace Disgraced John Conyers

Newly elected Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian-American woman, will represent the district in Detroit that had been filled by a place-holder after Democrat John Conyers, who had represented Michigan for over 50 years, resigned from Congress in 2017 amid allegations that he sexually harassed female staffers for decades. Tlaib (pronounced tah-LEEB)…

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Florida Jury Finds Nigerian ‘Axemen’ Guilty of Scamming Elderly Women for Millions

While all eyes are on Florida for the recount of the Senate election, a federal jury in Tampa has found Okechuwku “Desmond” Amadi, a Canadian who had been living in Garland, Texas guilty of conspiracy and money laundering. He was caught operating a complex fraud scheme from Garland, via Florida,…

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New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Among Lone Republicans Left Standing

The blue wave made its way through New Hampshire Tuesday night when both U.S. House seats went to Democrats as well as both houses of the state legislature. Neither of the state’s U.S. senators, both Democrats, were up for reelection this year. The results left incumbent Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) among the…

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As the Democrats Regain Control of Maine’s Governor’s Office, Pugnacious Outgoing Republican Governor Heads to Florida

From the 1930’s to the 1950’s Republicans controlled the governor’s office in Maine, but since the early 50’s, Maine’s electorate appears to like the idea of playing ping-pong with the governor’s seat, as it has switched between the two major parties almost every election cycle ever since. This year is…

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Michigan Judge Orders Food Stamp Fraudsters to Write Publicly About Their Crimes

U.S. District Judge Avern Cohn ordered four Bangladeshi brothers convicted of scamming Michigan and American taxpayers out of millions of dollars in food-stamp benefits to write about it in a local newspaper. Cohn ordered the men to run an ad admitting to their crimes, and pay for it themselves. “To…

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Voters Who Support the President on Immigration Will be Watching Key Races in Battleground States Tonight

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    Whether you are out with friends to watch returns or home alone biting your fingernails, here are a few races that will be significant in determining whether President Donald Trump’s immigration message resonated in the final weeks leading up to the midterm elections. First, there is little argument…

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