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The Racial Spoils System Invents a Tribe for Native Hawaiians

We call it the “Aloha Spirit”: the mood of welcome and inclusion that defines Hawaii, which has been a peaceful multicultural society longer than it has been a U.S. state. Now this harmony is being undermined by an effort to create a semi-sovereign, race-based tribal government.

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Hillary Clinton allies plan to troll Donald Trump on Snapchat

A super PAC supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton’s White House bid has released an anti-Donald Trump Snapchat filter for those “snapping” from Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate.

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Ruling Requiring Fourth Circuit to Follow Three-Judge Court Act in Maryland Gerrymandering Challenges

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today a unanimous, 9-0 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overrules the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and affirms the Three-Judge Court Act, a law requiring three federal judges to be empaneled to try federal lawsuits concerning redistricting, voting rights, and other…

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Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Order Halting Hawaii from Conducting Race-based Election Pending Appeal

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today responded to the Supreme Court’s issuance of an injunction halting a race-based “Native Hawaiian-only” election in Hawaii.  In August, Judicial Watch filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of the five Hawaiian residents and one Texas resident of Hawaiian descent who oppose the discriminatory election…

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Supreme Court Digs Into Redistricting

Evenwel, therefore, pits federalism against the right to vote—a right Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told Bloomberg BNA protects all the other rights we have.

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With Legal Aid, Immigrant Advocates Turn Focus to Citizenship

With anti-immigrant sentiment soaring among Republican presidential candidates, and immigration reform stalled in Congress and the courts, New York advocacy groups, with the support of the Obama administration, are redoubling their efforts in one area they can control: citizenship. They are pushing to convert as many of the country’s 8.8 million green card holders

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Hawaii Is Holding an Election That Only Allows People of Certain Racial Background to Vote

That would be federal district court Judge J. Michael Seabright (a George W. Bush appointee, surprisingly enough).

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Judicial Watch trying to halt election that’s based on … race!

The government watchdog Judicial Watch on Thursday announced the filing of a motion to stop the scheduled count of votes.

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A Federal Judge Refuses to Stop a Jim Crow-Type Election in Hawaii

It’s bad enough having a state hold an election that is racially discriminatory. Now we have a judge willingly to allow it to move forward.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Asks Appeals Court to Halt Race-Based, Separatist Election in Hawaii

State Uses “One Drop of Blood” Rule to Define Voter Eligibility in “Native-Hawaiian”-Exclusive Vote (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has filed an Urgent Motion for Injunction with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit to stop a race-based, state-sponsored, Hawaiians-only election that violates the…

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Judge to rule Friday on fate of Native Hawaiian election

A federal judge said he will rule on Friday whether an election process underway for Native Hawaiians can proceed.

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Judge to Rule Friday on Fate of Native Hawaiian Election

A federal judge said he will rule on Friday whether an election process underway for Native Hawaiians can proceed.

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209 native Hawaiian candidates announced for constitutional convention

The process could result in no change at all, or forge the framework for a future Native Hawaiian government.

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Chinese Magnate Is Accused of Lying About Millions in Cash He Brought to U.S.

When Ng Lap Seng, a Chinese real estate magnate, travels to the United States, he tends to do so in style — either flying commercial or on one of his private jets. And, the authorities say, he often comes with cash.

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Supreme Court case based in Md. could have wide impact

A little-noticed lawsuit brought by a Maryland man challenging the state’s contorted congressional districts will be heard this fall by the Supreme Court — where it has the potential to open a new line of constitutional attack for opponents of gerrymandering.

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The DNC may have broken the law by hiring an illegal immigrant

Judicial watch raised an interesting question this week regarding one of the more intriguing hires made by Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s team at the DNC. Did they violate the law by hiring an illegal alien?

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Group pushes investigation of DNC’s illegal immigrant hire

A government watchdog group has called for a federal investigation into the Democratic National Committee for “knowingly hiring” an illegal immigrant to assist with its political messaging to minorities during the 2016 election cycle.

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Watchdog group wants FEC probe of illegal immigrant fellow hired by DNC

A conservative watchdog group said Wednesday it has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission charging that the Democratic National Committee violated federal law when it hired an illegal immigrant as a “fellow” ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

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Judicial Watch: FEC Must Investigate Democratic National Committee for Employing Illegal Alien to Craft 2016 Political Message

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission requesting that it investigate the Democratic National Committee (DNC) for having “knowingly hired” an illegal alien, Cindy Nava, to help craft the committee’s 2016 political message and communications.  Judicial Watch filed its complaint…

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Judicial Watch Files for Preliminary Injunction to Halt Native Hawaiian-Only Separatist Election

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction to halt a native Hawaiian election in which voter registration was restricted both by race and by a strict adherence to specified political viewpoints. The motion was filed on behalf of the five Hawaiian…


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