By Dan Christensen
In a ruling that undermines an 81-year-old anti-corruption law prohibiting pay-to-play political contributions by federal contractors, an impotent Federal Election Commission last week disclosed that it allowed Boca Raton private prison contractor The GEO Group to get away with making hundreds of thousands

By Dan Christensen
The Justice Department declined to cite state secrets to hide the identity of the person who 'tasked' Saudis to aid two 9/11 hijackers, but Attorney General William Barr did assert the legal privilege to withhold other censored information in a a 2012

By Alfonso Serrano, New America Media

The recently unveiled immigrant detention center run in Karnes City, Texas hardly looks like a prison at all.

By most accounts, the Karnes County Civil Detention Center operated under contract by The GEO Group of Boca Raton is an improvement over a sprawling U.S. immigrant-detention network, plagued by often horrific conditions and lax oversight, that costs U.S. taxpayers over $2 billion a year.


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