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As elites switch to texting, watchdogs fear loss of transparency

In a bygone analog era, lawmakers and corporate chiefs traveled great distances to swap secrets, to the smoke-filled back rooms of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, or the watering holes at the annual Allen & Company conference in Sun Valley, Idaho. But these days, entering the corridors of…

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EXCLUSIVE: McCain Institute Refuses to Disclose Big Donations

McCain Institute for International Leadership executives refuse to disclose how much money big donors have contributed to the nonprofit that’s named after Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned. Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, a nonprofit government watchdog, told TheDCNF the lack…

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Presidential Travel Costs Taxpayers Dearly

Our presidents are catered to 24/7, and nobody would deny them safety and tools to do their job. However, all too often they seem to be tempted to slip into occasional ostentation, to conflate their personal and political agendas with the duties of their office.  You know it happens —we do…

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Christie projects calm on budget despite impasse over tapping Blue Cross funds

Gov. Christie on Tuesday suggested he was confident the state would pass a budget by its June 30 deadline, even as lawmakers squabble over a controversial proposal to tap reserve funds from the state’s largest health insurance company. Horizon and its allies continued to attack the proposal Tuesday, saying it amounted to…

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It Is Time For Trump To Deep-Six The Deep State

Judicial Watch has also filed a lawsuit against the CIA, the Department of Justice, and the Treasury Department for records on those making illegal leaks stating the following, “There is a deep state, shadow government, in place, a government staffed by recent appointees or hires of Obama. There are lots…


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