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Radical Chicano Public School Saved Despite Low Test Scores

While a top Los Angeles public school is set to close for supposedly violating environmental laws, a low-performing campus with a radical Mexican separatist curriculum will remain open against the advice of district officials who say students aren’t getting a necessary fundamental education. Academia Semillas del Pueblo (Seeds of the…

CIA Confirms JW’s Terrorist Interrogation Findings

Years after Judicial Watch uncovered explosive records showing that Congress approved the U.S. government’s terrorist interrogation program the mainstream media is finally interested because a former CIA counterterrorism chief has confirmed it in his new book. The fact of the matter is that a JW investigation long ago exposed this…

Judge Says Prosecution Of Convicted DHS Director “Overkill”

The federal judge who presided over the trial of a Homeland Security director convicted of helping an illegal immigrant avoid deportation disagrees with the verdict and has ordered a new trial, saying it was “overkill” for the government to prosecute the official in the first place. This sort of blatant…

Mexico Threatens U.S. For Absolving BP In Illegal Alien Shooting

Mexico has issued the U.S. government what amounts to a diplomatic threat for exonerating a Border Patrol agent who shot an illegal immigrant near the Texas border nearly two years ago after being assaulted with rocks. The shooting occurred in the summer of 2010 when the federal agent, Jesus Mesa,…

Congress Recognizes “Unusual” Fed Studies On Dog Urine, Flies’ Sex Habits

A group of bipartisan federal lawmakers have created a new award to recognize publicly-funded research on outlandish subjects like guinea pig eardrums, dog urine and the sexual habits of a parasitic fly known as a screwworm. Once viewed as “unusual, odd or obscure,” the taxpayer-funded research has transformed lives, fueled…

DOJ Tries To Seize Control Of Public Records Arbitration

In a dangerous power grab that will jeopardize government transparency, the Obama Justice Department wants to redefine federal public record law so that it becomes the sole arbiter in disputes between agencies and individuals who submit requests under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The unprecedented move would give the…

Free Govt. Meals Contributing To Obesity

In a laughable story that illustrates how dense government can be, a taxpayer-funded program that feeds low-income children free breakfast in public schools is causing concern about child obesity. That’s because, as it turns out, some kids are “double-dipping” or eating twice in the morning, according to a national newspaper…

U.S. Says Water Supply At Risk From Global Warming

Less than a year after the U.S. government warned about global warming’s threat to the world’s food supply, a separate taxpayer-funded study reveals that water is also at risk from the ills of climate change. That means the government has so far, in a variety of separate assessments, determined that…

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