Judicial Watch • Blog

Blog | Page 3 of 422 | Judicial Watch

Obama Judge: Mexican Border Fence May Have “Disparate Impact” on Minorities

A Homeland Security initiative to put fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border could discriminate against minorities, according to an Obama-appointed federal judge who’s ruled that the congressionally-approved project may have a “disparate impact on lower-income minority communities.” This of course means that protecting the porous—and increasingly violent—southern

U.S. Lets Gitmo Terrorist Publish Letter About Suffering, Abuse at Prison

The Obama administration has allowed a fighter in Osama bin Laden’s 55th Arab Brigade to publish a sob letter in an international media outlet describing the “humiliating and brutal treatments” he suffers at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Earlier in the year the administration let the mastermind…

Congressional Report Confirms JW’s Work In IRS Scandal

Months ago Judicial Watch obtained government records that show the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) illegally colluded with another federal agency to crack down on conservative nonprofit groups during the 2012 election cycle. Now, a congressional committee charged with holding government accountable confirms what JW has helped uncover in the course…

Fla. TV Station Exposes Voter Fraud, DOJ Sues State to Stop Purging Rolls – corrected

Correction: The NBC affiliate aired the story in 2012 here: http://www.nbc-2.com/story/16662854/2012/02/02/nbc2-investigates-voter-fraud — While the Obama Justice Department mounts a legal challenge against Florida for purging ineligible voters from its rolls, a television news station broadcasts an unbelievable segment that proves non U.S. citizens living

Convicted State Senator Keeps Pay During Indefinite Leave

Imagine getting convicted for multiple felonies and taking an “indefinite” leave of absence from work with no cut in your lucrative pay or threat of losing your job. This may sound delusional, but it’s the real-life story of a veteran legislator in the nation’s most populous state. His name is…

CPAC Panel: IRS Also Going After Donors of Conservative Groups

The ongoing Internal Revenue Service (IRS) scandal was a big topic on the second day of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) outside Washington D.C. and a one-time U.S. Senate candidate offered details of how the tax agency targeted her. Christine O’Donnell, the Republican nominee in the 2010 special election…

CPAC: McConnell Packs Heat, Trump Says Jimmy Carter is Dead

Texas Senator Ted Cruz kicked off the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) with a number of zingers Thursday morning, but they weren’t nearly as entertaining as the Senate Minority Leader packing heat at the annual gathering just outside Washington D.C. Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, took the stage with a…

Arizona Mayor Denies Moment of Silence for Cop Killed in Line of Duty

In a ghastly public act, the mayor of Scottsdale Arizona refused a request for a moment of silence for a police officer killed in the line of duty this week during an afternoon shootout with a fugitive. The unbelievable incident took place during last night’s Scottsdale City Council meeting when…

Sign Up for Updates!



0