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Judicial Watch Cited in Gitmo Terrorist Case

A legal filing in the Military Commission proceeding of a Guantanamo Bay terrorist actually credits Judicial Watch with exposing how the Obama administration released sensitive intelligence information to the filmmakers of Zero Dark Thirty. The critically acclaimed movie told the dramatic story of the U.S. raid that killed Al Qaeda…

JW Obtains Gen. El-Sisi’s Radical Thesis from Army War College

The Obama administration embraced Egypt’s Defense Minister and coup leader, General Abdel Fatah El-Sisi, despite having first-hand knowledge of his radical Islamist views, documents obtained by Judicial Watch show. For years the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) has been sitting on a 2006 thesis authored by General El-Sisi while he…

Navy’s $40 Billion War Ship Boondoggle

American taxpayers will continue funding a controversial program involving a fleet of Navy warships that have been plagued by significant deficiencies and embarrassing mechanical problems despite their titanic (no pun intended) $480 million price tag. So what if the sophisticated 3,000-ton warships don’t work correctly, the Navy plans to keep…

Al Qaeda, Obama Share Gitmo Goal

As President Obama redoubles efforts to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Al Qaeda’s leader announces that the terror network will spare no effort to free its “brothers” at the U.S. military facility in southeastern Cuba. Imagine if those Al Qaeda “brothers” had been transferred to a prison in the…

Army Keeps Contracts with Terrorists to Avoid Violating “Due Process Rights”

Here is a crazy story involving the U.S. government’s $89.5 billion Afghanistan reconstruction effort; the United States Army refuses to suspend contracts with dozens of companies tied to al Qaeda and the Taliban out of fear that it could violate their “due process rights.” It doesn’t get more outrageous than…

FDA Warns of Serious Symptoms Caused by Drug Army Gave Sgt.

It took more than a year for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to finally issue a stern warning about the serious neurological and psychiatric side effects associated with a controversial antimalarial drug that the U.S. Army gave a sergeant before he snapped. The drug is mefloquine hydrochloride and we…

Not a Single Terrorist Brought to Justice for Benghazi Attack

Why is it that nearly a year after the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi not a single terrorist has been brought to justice? It’s a question many Americans may be asking and this week a federal lawmaker pressed Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of Defense Chuck…

Obama Lets Key Cabinet Agencies Go Without Watchdogs

With government corruption and waste on the rise, the biggest agencies with the largest budgets ironically have gone years without adequate oversight from inspector generals that are charged with independently investigating them and rooting out fraud.   This is especially scary considering it includes key cabinet agencies and the Obama…

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