Judicial Watch • Archives for 2009

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Obama Treasury Sec. Doesn’t Pay Taxes

Barack Obama’s pick to run the agency that promotes economic stability and ensures the nation’s financial security failed to pay tens of thousands of dollars in taxes and knowingly employed an illegal immigrant.  Timothy Geithner, Obama’s choice to head the Treasury Department and the ailing nation’s crucial economic rescue, has…

Gitmo Inmates Return to Terrorism

As Barack Obama prepares to issue an Executive Order to close the Guantanamo Bay military prison the Pentagon reports a rise in the number of detainees who rejoined terrorist missions after being released.   The Department of Defense says that the number of Guantanamo prisoners—all suspected Middle Eastern terrorists—who have…

Court Lets N.J. Gov. Hide Emails

A New Jersey Appellate Court has reversed a judge’s decision ordering the governor to disclose electronic mail exchanges with his labor union leader girlfriend while they were on opposing sides of state worker contract negotiations.  A Superior Court judge had previously ordered Governor Jon Corzine to make public hundreds of…

Bill’s Donors Got Hillary’s Senate Clout

As Hillary Clinton’s Senate confirmation hearing begins today, a major news organization reveals that the future Secretary of State intervened at least half a dozen times on behalf of her husband’s donors including the manufacturer of a controversial cervical cancer vaccine linked to 21 deaths and thousands of adverse reactions.…

Obama Energy Czar Leads World Socialist Group

Barack Obama has picked a high-ranking leader of an international socialist group that harshly criticizes the United States to be the nation’s energy czar. The newly created Obama Administration position, officially called Energy Coordinator, will be the White House guru of energy and climate policy. Carol Browner, who headed the…

Baltimore Mayor Charged With Multiple Felonies

After a lengthy corruption investigation, the mayor of Maryland’s largest city has been indicted with a dozen felony counts including theft, perjury, fraud and misconduct in office.  Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon—who made headlines as the crime-infested city’s first female mayor—made bigger headlines for becoming the first in office to be…

N.Y. Lawmaker Charged With Felony

A New York City councilman recently charged with a felony is now a member of the state legislature where he has been rewarded with a committee chairmanship that substantially boosts his taxpayer-financed salary. Queens Democrat Hiram Monserrate, a former police officer who later represented the 21st District on the New…

Law To Open Border, Legalize Illegal Aliens

The Nevada senator who a few years ago sponsored legislation to grant illegal immigrants discounted college tuition and automatic United States citizenship has introduced an immigration reform bill that will essentially open the southern border and grant residency to millions living in the country illegally. Confident that his party has…

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