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U.S. “Cooks the Books” To Show Record No. Of Deportations

IN THE NEWS

Stonewalling on ObamaCare

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: More Obama Lies on Obamacare?

On multiple fronts, Judicial Watch continues to confront President Obama’s abuse of office in his ignoring and rewriting the law of the land – specifically, the Obamacare law. The president seems to be under the mistaken impression that he’s a one-man Congress, who can simply ignore the law to comport with his political interests.

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

U.S. Has Long Failed to Protect Nuclear Weapon Stockpile

Even for a bloated U.S. government well known for its perpetual inefficiency, this is somewhat shocking; decades of faulty bookkeeping, weak security and lousy oversight has put the country’s nuclear weapon stockpile at risk. This is incredibly serious and it appears the feds aren’t terribly concerned about making changes. The…

IN THE NEWS

CIA boss Morell set up boss, lied to Congress, over Benghazi

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Third Calif. Senator Charged With Multiple Felonies

There appears to be a serious epidemic of corrupt legislators in the nation’s most populous state, with the latest elected thug du jour getting nabbed for operating a creative bribery and mob-style firearm trafficking scheme. Like an entertaining Hollywood movie the story is littered with drama, murder-for-hire, drugs, betrayal and…

IN THE NEWS

Is whistleblower advocate for nation’s spies under attack?

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Statement on Supreme Court Decision Striking Down Limit to Individuals’ Total Contributions

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch issued a statement today regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to eliminate an individual’s overall campaign donations McCutcheon v. FEC (No. 12-536). Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said: The Supreme Court has once again vindicated the First Amendment rights of all Americans.  Restrictions on political…

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Mexican Military Holds Border Patrol at Gunpoint Inside U.S.

In the latest Mexican military incursion into the United States, two heavily armed camouflaged soldiers from Mexico actually crossed 50 yards inside Arizona and held American Border Patrol agents at gunpoint in a tense confrontation. Armed with assault-style weapons, the Mexican soldiers retreated back south after a 35-minute standoff as…

IN THE NEWS

Benghazi security contractor had history of failure in Libya, emails show

IN THE NEWS

Captain Obama and the wreck of the Hesperus

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Feds Missed Chances to Stop Boston Marathon Bomber

Surprise, surprise U.S. Homeland Security officials missed a number of opportunities to stop the Chechen terrorist who carried out the Boston Marathon bombings because they failed to properly investigate, coordinate and communicate, according to a new congressional report. A decade ago we heard a similar version of this involving the…

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Sues Treasury Department for Records about Unlawful, Unilateral Delay of ‘Employer Mandate’

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on March 24, 2014, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of the Treasury seeking agency records related to the delay of the “employer mandate” provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known…

PRESS RELEASE

JW Obtains Documents Revealing Questionable Security Contracting in Benghazi

Regional Security Office at U.S. Embassy in Tripoli on Blue Mountain Group: “I would not advise to use their services to provide security for any of our annexes and/or offices ….” (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on February 28, it obtained documents from the U.S. Department of…

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

Fed Court: Immigration Holds Are Requests Not Orders, Police Not Obligated to Comply

In a ruling that could have serious consequences nationwide, a federal appellate court has decided that local police departments aren’t obligated to comply with federal immigration detainers because they are simply “requests” not orders. Under a partnership between state, county, city and federal authorities local law enforcement agencies around the…

WEEKLY UPDATE

Weekly Update: How Much to Feed the Pandas?

on Monday of this week, JW held a press conference to announce a whole new group of states under our election integrity microscope. JW sent notice letters to top election officials in Iowa, Colorado, and the District of Columbia calling on them to follow Ohio’s lead and comply with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) or face a Judicial Watch lawsuit within

IN THE NEWS

Little-noticed provision would dramatically expand DOJ authority at the polls

CORRUPTION CHRONICLES

FBI Quietly Cuts Ties With Anti-Christian Hate Group

A year after Judicial Watch exposed the Justice Department’s tight relationship with a radical anti-Christian group linked to domestic terrorism the agency appears to have quietly severed ties with the leftwing organization. It marks a rare victory for conservatives in a leftist administration led by a president obsessed with political…

IN THE NEWS

Political group threatens to sue Colorado over voter rolls

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

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White House Mystery: How Much Did China Trip Cost?


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