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Minority Farmers Reminded of $1.3 Bil Reparation Fund

The Obama administration is determined to keep throwing money at minority farmers who claim to be victims of government discrimination, this month issuing a friendly reminder of an upcoming application deadline and a call center to facilitate the claims process. The minority farmer cash giveaway started a few years ago…

ICE: Open Border Groups Dictate U.S. Immigration Enforcement

Special interest groups that advocate on behalf of illegal aliens are dictating immigration enforcement in the U.S. and prohibiting federal agents from implementing many of the laws enacted by Congress. The shocking revelation came this week during congressional testimony from a veteran Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent who serves…

Judge Helps Feds Keep Chandra Levy Case Secret

Is a Clinton-appointed judge helping the government cover up scandalous information involving the murder of a federal intern who was romantically involved with a married Democratic congressman? It’s a question worth asking considering the secrecy surrounding the high-profile murder case of Chandra Levy, a 24-year-old intern at the Federal Bureau…

Sen. Menendez’s Hookergate Uncovers Political Corruption

The Dominican hooker scandal involving New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez has turned into a tale of political corruption and cronyism that’s exposed how the lawmaker evidently abused his power to enrich a donor and one-time legislative aide. As if hiring underage prostitutes in a third-world country weren’t bad enough for…

Feds Issue Regs to Ban Chips, Candy From Schools

As if the Obama administration didn’t have enough crises to deal with, it’s dedicating the resources of a federal agency to issue official regulations to ban potato chips, candy and soda from schools throughout the nation. It’s an area that many Americans might agree doesn’t require government meddling but never…

Sex Reassignment Surgery a Constitutional Right for Convicts

Is costly sex-reassignment surgery a constitutional right for incarcerated felons who label themselves transgender? A federal appellate court seems to think so, ruling last week that one state trampled on an inmate’s rights for refusing to pay for the procedure, which costs around $20,000.   The case comes out of…

Judicial Watch Monitors Terrorism Trials at Gitmo

The terrorism trials at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba have proven to be somewhat of a circus with an unknown government agency secretly censoring courtroom proceedings and the mother of a 9/11 victim claiming to be “horrified” at the lack of transparency in the military commission system. Judicial…

Judicial Watch Requests Records in Beyoncé Lip-Sync Scandal

Judicial Watch has launched an investigation into the Beyoncé presidential inauguration ceremony lip-sync scandal, this week requesting from the Marine Corps all records involving the matter. The superstar, whose legal name is Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, delivered a powerful rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at President Barack Obama’s inauguration last

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