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New York Times Election Rulings’ Coverage: Confusion and Canards

The New York Times suggested Tuesday that recent election rulings will “sow confusion” in November. We’ll see. But the critical question is—if there is “confusion,” who is responsible? The true source of the problem is late and meritless lower court rulings overturning valid state election laws. For example, in Ohio, a…

JW Confirms: 4 ISIS Terrorists Arrested in Texas in Last 36 Hours

Islamic terrorists have entered the United States through the Mexican border and Homeland Security sources tell Judicial Watch that four have been apprehended in the last 36 hours by federal authorities and the Texas Department of Public Safety in McAllen and Pharr. JW confirmed this after California Congressman Duncan Hunter,…

Another $31.5 Mil to Give Food-Stamp Recipients Fruits, Veggies

Enormous amounts of taxpayer dollars keep pouring into a scandalous Obama administration program that aims to provide low-income minorities—already getting free groceries from the government—with healthier foods. It’s part of the First Lady’s effort to eradicate “food deserts,” area’s with limited access to affordable and nutritious foods, and so far…

El Paso: Nexus of a Narco-Terror Ring

Updated October 15. Judicial Watch covers Karakrah hearing in Cook County Court. A sophisticated narco-terror ring with connections running from El Paso to Chicago to New York City has been uncovered with the help of Judicial Watch.  This narco-terror ring involves two of the FBI’s “most wanted.” On the morning…

GSA Official in Las Vegas Conf. Scandal Finally Gets Charged

It only took four years for the feds to finally indict a high-ranking government official at the center of the General Services Administration’s (GSA) scandalous Las Vegas conference that fleeced taxpayers out of a million dollars. The lavish event, held by the GSA for its employees, featured luxury accommodations for…

EEOC Revives Nearly Half of Discrimination Cases Dismissed by Feds

Nearly half of federal agency rulings dismissing employee discrimination claims have been overturned under President Obama, costing American taxpayers tens of billions of dollars in settlements to keep with the administration’s mission of operating a politically correct government. In one year alone this translated into an astounding $51.4 billion that…

Illegal Aliens Sue U.S. for Returning Child to Guatemala

The U.S. government may have to pay big bucks to settle an unbelievable case involving an anchor baby—traveling from Guatemala with her illegal immigrant grandfather—who wasn’t allowed into the country to be reunited with her illegal alien parents. It sounds like a bad joke, but it’s a real-life case pending…

Fed Audit Confirms JW’s Work on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The agency created by President Obama to warrantlessly collect the private financial information of millions of Americans fails to adequately protect the data and must boost security, according to a federal audit conducted with Judicial Watch’s assistance. Truth is the agency, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), shouldn’t even exist. It’s…

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