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Obama’s HUD Pick Misused Agency Funds for Low-Income Housing as Mayor

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Judicial Watch guns for David Gregory

Judicial Watch recently obtained an affidavit showing there was probable cause for David Gregory to be arrested for holding up an illegal high-capacity magazine on Meet the Press in December 2012. Gregory, who was hosting that show, was interviewing NRA president Wayne LaPierre about the 2012 Newtown shooting when he held…

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Documents: Cops wanted to hit ‘Meet the Press’ then-host David Gregory with gun charge

According to an affidavit obtained by Judicial Watch, a Washington Metropolitan Police Department detective said David Gregory should have been arrested for illegally possessing a high-capacity magazine on his then-show Meet the Press in December 2012. Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the DC government with Legal Insurrection to obtain government

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Feinstein Shows How “Lowly Paid Lawmakers Leave Office Filthy Rich”

California Senator Dianne Feinstein, vice chairman of the powerful Senate Intelligence Committee, is demonstrating how lowlypaid lawmakers leave office filthy rich, according to a newspaper columnist that writes about the senior Democrat’s most recent scandal. Like many of Feinstein’s past scandals, this one involves her enormous influence as a veteran…

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Finally Obtained: David Gregory Arrest Warrant Affidavit

Legal Insurrection finally obtained David Gregory’s affidavit from the DC government. This comes after a two-year legal battle between Legal Insurrection and the DC government for documents regarding Gregory’s non-prosecution after Gregory held up a high-capacity magazine on his then-show Meet the Press. Legal Insurrection worked with Judicial Watch to

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Judge Emmet G. Sullivan Slams Brakes on Another Prosecutorial Overreach

D.C. federal Judge Emmet G. Sullivan recently issued a decision to stop the Department of Justice from “inviting” compliance in regards to court subpoenas, which will help limit prosecutorial overreach. The current practice, in which a person accepts the subpoena and brings the requested documents to the government directly, allows for…

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Released docs portray DC’s special treatment of Gregory’s 30-round magazine stunt

Legal Insurrection recently won its FOIA lawsuit it filed with Judicial Watch against the District of Columbia, which revealed David Gregory received preferential treatment instead of punishment for possessing an illegal magazine in the District. David Gregory displayed the magazine on his then-show “Meet the Press” on NBC News, even though…

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Lawmakers get own healthcare through medical insurance scam: Court papers

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Obama’s HUD Pick Misused Agency Funds for Low-Income Housing as Mayor

President Obama’s choice to head the scandal-plagued Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) misspent that agency’s funds—allocated to improve low-rent properties—as mayor of San Antonio, according to a federal audit. Nevertheless if the president has his way, San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro may soon be in charge of the…

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FAA Fails to Follow Up on Safety Violations Even When Carriers Self Report

Six years after Congress learned that the federal agency in charge of aviation safety ignores serious violations that endanger the public, the culture continues and the details are documented in a distressing government audit released this month. It’s a truly unbelievable tale of incessant negligence—and corruption—on the part of a…

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Overlap in Govt. Programs Blasted: 10 HHS Offices to Help Minorities With AIDS

Here’s a shocker; countless programs operated by the bloated U.S. government overlap or are needlessly duplicated across a number of federal agencies, translating into huge losses of American taxpayer dollars. This is nothing new and has actually been well documented over the years in audits published by the investigative arm…

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Someone who’s not David Gregory convicted of stupid DC gun law violation

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Legal Insurrection FOIA case for David Gregory non-prosecution records can proceed

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Senate Report: U.S. Blows $30 Bil on Wasteful Projects in 2013

Wasteful spending by the bloated U.S. government is at an all-time high and a new congressional report outlines the senseless projects—including a global warming cartoon series—that the Obama administration blew nearly $30 billion on in 2013. Published by a U.S. Senator who sits on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs…

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Shutdown Blamed for Old Chemical Plant Security Lapses

The ranking Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee has launched a comical theatrical campaign warning that the government shutdown is endangering the country because security standards at chemical facilities aren’t being enforced. Here’s where the funny part comes in; the so-called security standards have failed miserably over the…

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U.S. Has Cash to Close Memorials, Can’t Afford Enforcing FOIA

The U.S. government can spend money shutting down and barricading memorials around Washington D.C., but it won’t dedicate the necessary resources to obey transparency laws, using the shutdown as an opportunity to ignore the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Without the accountability and transparency that FOIA is meant to provide,…

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Weiner’s Wife Has Her Own Problems: JW Investigating

Hillary Clinton confidant Huma Abedin is making headlines lately for standing by her disgraced husband through a sexting scandal, but she’s also embroiled in her own controversy and months ago Judicial Watch launched an independent investigation with the State Department. It involves Abedin raking in lucrative “consulting fees” while also…

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Oops! U.S. Mistakenly Destroys Millions in Computers

In yet another example of how government wastes our tax dollars, an agency that most Americans have probably never even heard of “mistakenly” destroyed nearly $3 million in technology because it thought the equipment had been hacked. Turns out it was all a false alarm, the computer network at the…

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NCLR Gets Chunk of $40 Mil for Minority Housing Counseling

The Obama administration continues giving leftist groups huge sums to conduct minority housing counseling, this month allocating $40 million with one of the single biggest chunks of cash going to the open borders giant National Council of La Raza (NCLR). It’s a scandal-plagued program that has received large amounts of…

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Legislator from JW’s 2008 Corrupt Pol List Convicted

A member of Judicial Watch’s 2008 “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” list, former Arizona Congressman Rick Renzi, has finally been convicted on more than a dozen federal corruption charges for using his public office to enrich himself and his cronies. The disgraced three-term Republican was found guilty of 17 felony…

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D.C.’s Crackhead Mayor in Trouble Again

Marion Barry, best known as the mayor who starred in an FBI surveillance video smoking crack, recently updated his extensive criminal resume by accepting a gift from a “prohibited source” that does significant business with the District of Columbia’s government. Barry has for years been a fixture on the D.C.…


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