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CAIR Accuses Public U.S. College of Anti-Muslim Bigotry


Will County could face lawsuit over voter logs

From the Will County Gazette: Will County is one of 102 counties in 11 states that have more registered voters than voting-age residents, a watchdog group alleged recently. Judicial Watch compared data from the Election Assistance Commission and the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey to find counties across the…


Judicial Watch Announces a Special Presentation: ‘House Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz to address Government Oversight Challenges’

‘(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced it will host a March 30 presentation by U.S. Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform:  “Government Oversight Challenges.” Date:               Thursday, March 30 Time:               2-3 pm ET Location:      Judicial Watch Main Conference Room 425 Third


Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Brief In McDonnell Corruption Case

Brief Criticizes Drop in Corruption Prosecutions by Obama Administration (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United State Supreme Court in support of a federal court of appeals decision upholding the conviction of former…


What Does the FBI Have on the Obama Gang?

The Fight over Financial Aid to Illegal Alien Students Continues Congress Supports Judicial Watch Taxpayer Lawsuit against DC Government What Does the FBI Have on the Obama Gang? The Fight over Financial Aid to Illegal Alien Students Continues Too often, politicians at every level will ignore the clear language of…


Judicial Watch: Taxpayer Appeal Continues Over Decision Allowing University of California Regents to Give In-State Tuition to Illegal Aliens

New brief argues that UC Board of Regents violates federal law by spending taxpayer funds to provide in-state tuition, student loans, and financial aid to illegal aliens (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in its ongoing appeal of a lower California state court ruling allowing the University…


Judicial Watch Continues Legal Fight against University of California to End Taxpayer-Funded Tuition Benefits for Illegal Aliens

Appeals Lower Court Decision in Taxpayer Lawsuit Challenging UC Regents Policy Awarding State Financial Aid, Loans, and In-State Tuition Waivers to Illegal Aliens (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on November 9, 2015, it filed an appellate brief with the California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District, on…


Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Supreme Court Amici Brief against Race-Based Admissions Policies at UT-Austin

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) to file an amici curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court that argues that raced-based admissions policies are irrational, destructive and are based on illegitimate racial theories that have no basis in biology. The Judicial…


The Myth of Federal Non-Violent Drug Offenses

During FY 2014, only 13 individuals were charged with federal offenses for simple drug possession outside of the southwest border districts, according to data from the U.S. Sentencing Commission.


Supreme Court to Re-hear Landmark Affirmative Action Case

Judicial Watch has won a victory in Fisher v. University of Texas, as the Supreme Court has declared it will consider the case in its next term. The case focused on the university’s use of racial criteria in determining admissions.


CAIR Accuses Public U.S. College of Anti-Muslim Bigotry

The terrorist front group that coerced federal and local law enforcement agencies in the United States to change the way they conduct terrorism training is also wielding its power to control what occurs in the nation’s public schools, including large taxpayer-funded universities. It’s a distressing power grab by a wealthy…


Public School Students Punished for Wearing U.S. Flag T-Shirts

Only in Obama’s America do public school students get in trouble—and sent home—for wearing T-shirts sporting an American flag because it may offend their Mexican counterparts. The shirts were considered “incendiary” by administrators at a northern California high school because there had been ethnic tension between Mexican and white students…


African American Education Czar to Reduce “Resegregation”

Keeping with his race-based ideology, President Obama has named the nation’s first African American education czar to focus on improving the academic performance of black students and countering the discrimination that persists in public schools around the country. The official title is Executive Director of White House Initiative on Educational…


HHS: $8 Bil Pre-K Program Touted By Obama Isn’t Working

President Obama loves to tout the success of a multi-billion-dollar early education program that supposedly helps reduce poverty, yet a government study reveals that it really doesn’t work. Obama keeps pushing the federally-funded universal preschool program known as Head Start even though his own Department of Health and Human Services…


Feds Give Chicago Schools $50k to “Recover From Multiple Shootings”

Here is an interesting allocation from the U.S. Department of Education, Jimmy Carter’s brilliant creation to meddle in public schooling, an area that’s the responsibility of individual states; the agency just gave Chicago public schools $50,000 to “recover from multiple shootings.” The feds stepped in because the nation’s third largest…


Principal Accused of Bullying Violent Inner City Delinquents

In what may be a first even during a bully-crazed administration, a principal known as an effective disciplinarian at a notoriously violent inner city public school may get fired because some accuse her of being a bully. The story comes out of northern California where teachers at one of the…


Fla. Public Schools Set Academic Goals Based On Race, Ethnicity

On the heels of a similar move by a medium-sized city, Florida has set different achievement targets for public school students based on race and ethnicity with lower goals for blacks and Hispanics and higher ones for whites and Asians. Just a few weeks ago the District of Columbia announced…


Public Schools Set Goals Based On Race, Income

In a first for any American public school system, education officials in the District of Columbia have set new achievement targets for students based on race and income with lower goals for black, Hispanic and poor kids and higher ones for whites and Asians. Washington D.C. officials are simply following…


U.S. Spends $6 Mil On Migrant Education

On the heels of sparing nearly 1 million young illegal immigrants from deportation, the Obama Administration is doling out nearly $6 million to cover the education costs of “migrant students” or the children of “seasonal farm workers” in the United States.    It’s almost as if the president is on…


Judicial Watch Files Amicus Curiae Brief with U.S. Supreme Court in Opposition to Race-Based Admission Policies at the University of Texas at Austin

University Admission Policies Result in ‘Racial and Ethnic Stereotyping’ and Violate the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has filed an amicus curiae brief with the…


Clinton Judge: Students Can Sue To Reinstate La Raza Studies

Students can sue their public school district for violating their First Amendment right by eliminating a radical La Raza studies program that ignites racial hostility, teaches disdain for American sovereignty and illegally segregates students by race. Only in America would a federal judge rule that a U.S. taxpayer-funded institution can…

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