IRS ADMITS TO COURT IT HASN’T SEARCHED FOR MISSING LERNER EMAILS

IRS Admits to Court it Hasn’t Searched for Missing Lerner Emails

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Judicial Watch announced today that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) admitted to the court that it failed to search any of the IRS standard computer systems for the “missing” emails of Lois Lerner and other IRS officials. The admission appears in an IRS legal brief opposing the Judicial Watch request that a federal court judge allow discovery into how “lost and/or destroyed” IRS records may be retrieved.

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November 21, 2014

Obama Also Issues “Ebola Amnesty”

Lost in the hoopla of President Obama’s enormous administrative amnesty affecting mostly Mexican and Central American illegal immigrants is that he also implemented a special protective order allowing people from Ebola nations to stay in the United States. It’s amnesty on steroids! The special Ebola reprieve was issued separately—and quietly—via a Temporary Protected Status (TPS),

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$20 Mil to Boost Reading Skills in the Dominican Republic

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5 More Ways You Can Fight Corruption Now!

1. Use this website  to learn more about all of our anti-corruption investigations and lawsuits, especially those involving the Obama administration. Share what you learn and educate your local community by writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper that focuses on the need for better government transparency, stronger ethics in Congress, and

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