Judicial Watch • Archives for 2011

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Most Fed Agencies Violate Records Laws

In what may seem like a joke, federal agencies that have long failed to meet statutory requirements for maintaining records will help the Obama Administration craft a long-awaited, government-wide system to store and manage electronic files. The White House has ordered agencies to submit recommendations by May 2012 to help…

Barney Frank’s Corruption Scandals Caught Up To Him

While much of the mainstream media seems to blame conservatives in Congress for driving liberal Democrat Barney Frank—a two-time Judicial Watch Most Wanted Corrupt Politician—out of office, the truth is that a number of corruption scandals have probably caught up with the veteran Massachusetts lawmaker who announced his abrupt retirement this…

U.S. Seals Court Records Of Border Patrol’s Murder

The Obama Administration has abruptly sealed court records containing alarming details of how Mexican drug smugglers murdered a U.S. Border patrol agent with a gun connected to a failed federal experiment that allowed firearms to be smuggled into Mexico. This means information will now be kept from the public as well as…

Most Of Obama’s Minority Judicial Nominees “Not Qualified”

President Obama’s quest to transform federal courts by appointing unqualified leftist ideologues is worse than previously imagined, according to a mainstream newspaper that reports the notoriously liberal American Bar Association (ABA) has rejected a “significant number” of potential judicial nominees, most of them minorities and women. This is hardly

Obama Real Estate Partner, Fundraiser Gets 10 Years In Jail

President Obama’s close friend and longtime financial supporter, Chicago businessman Antoin Rezko, has been sentenced to 10 ½ years in prison for operating a massive corruption scheme in which he extorted millions of dollars in kickbacks from investment firms seeking state business.   For years Rezko was a major donor…

City Offers Occupiers Housing, Office Space, Farmland

In a preposterous act that could set a dangerous precedent, Los Angeles officials have offered protestors from the movement to end economic segregation and social injustice prime downtown office space, housing and public land to farm. It marks the beginning of legitimate negotiations between an established government entity and the…

Migrant legal Aid Group Under Fed Probe For Misusing Tax Dollars

One of the many community groups that receive large amounts of U.S. taxpayer dollars to represent the interests of illegal immigrant farm workers is under federal investigation for misusing government grants. That public money goes to these types of nonprofits in the first place is outrageous enough. In this particular…

Ousted WH Green Czar Becomes Occupy Movement’s Official Leader

The ousted Obama “Green Czar” who describes himself as a “rowdy black nationalist” turned communist has found a job as the official spokesperson and leader of the national movement to end economic segregation and social injustice in the United States. Widely known as Occupy Wall Street, the movement has gained…

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