Judicial Watch • Archives for 2006

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NASA Raided In Child Porn Probe

Federal agents raided the Washington headquarters of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in a child pornography probe involving a high-ranking executive with the tax-funded government agency. The Smoking Gun has posted the 10-page affidavit that was filed in U.S. District Court and offers the horrid and graphic details…

Billion Dollar Airport Security Waste

The U.S. Government has spent nearly $1 billion dollars on airport security equipment that doesn’t work, therefore preventing Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents from doing their job of protecting the country. Examples include radios that lack enough frequency to cover the entire airport and malfunctioning closed-circuit televisions and

Federal Election Commission In Trouble

A judge blasted the Federal Election Commission for refusing to regulate so-called nonprofit political groups that spent millions in the 2004 presidential election by ignoring contribution limits that apply to federal political committees. The groups and wealthy business basically alluded campaign reform laws banning unlimited soft money by creating

L.A. Mayor Promotes Costly Student Truancy

A longtime member of a radical Chicano group that advocates overthrowing the U.S. Government, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has played a key role in his city’s massive pro illegal immigration marches. Among the mayor’s accomplishments is instigating and promoting massive student truancy that will cost the already ailing Los…

Nuclear Material Slips Through Border

Illustrating a huge weakness in border security, undercover federal agents drove into the United States from Canada and Mexico with enough radioactive material in their rented cars to build a pair of dirty bombs. The good news is that the material, cesium-137, triggered the sophisticated radiation alarms in Texas and…

JW Attends Rally in Support of Afghan Christian Convert

On March 24, a rally was held at the Afghani Embassy in support of Abdul Rahman, the Afghan Christian convert who was sentenced to death for accepting Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. About 40 people attended the rally, including conservative author Michelle Malkin, and representatives from organizations such as…

Dirty, Unethical Wisconsin Politics

The third of five convicted lawmakers involved in Wisconsin’s biggest political scandal was sentenced this week for his role in illegal, taxpayer-funded campaigning that also constituted a state ethics violation. Former Assembly Majority Leader Steven Foti will serve 60 days in jail for, among other things, putting a Republican Party…

U.S. Protects Employers That Hire Illegals

Crucial yet seldom-mentioned in the heated immigration reform debate is the fact that the U.S. Government protects American companies that hire illegal immigrants by ignoring repeated violations or slapping them with tiny, meaningless fines. Since the 1986 implementation of a law that criminalizes the act of hiring an undocumented worker,…

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