A Cat and Mouse Game with State Over Clinton-Deleted Emails Top Clinton Foundation Executive Sought Diplomatic Passport U.S. Spends Another $10 Mil to Register New Immigrant Voters Clean House Is National Best Seller A Cat and Mouse Game with State Over Clinton-Deleted Emails This week the State Department released…
Judicial Watch Goes to Court for Hillary Clinton’s Testimony Election Integrity under Attack by Obama Administration The FBI Declared Mass Killer Mateen “NOT” a Terrorist Judicial Watch Goes to Court for Hillary Clinton’s Testimony Hillary Clinton sent three lawyers to federal court this past Monday in an effort to…
Clinton Email Testimony Update The Clinton Email Coverup Is Unraveling IRS “Security” Program Can’t Stop $3.1 Billion Scam Judicial Watch: Obama Travel Cost Taxpayers over $79.5 million Clinton Email Testimony Update U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan announced that he will hear arguments on Monday, July 18, 2016,…
Judicial Watch Uncovers New Smoking Gun Clinton Emails Clinton IT Official Takes “The Fifth” In Judicial Watch Deposition Homeland Security Chief, Top Aides Were Exempted from Personal Email Ban Judicial Watch Uncovers New Smoking Gun Clinton Emails This week we learned more about the problems former Secretary of State…
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Newly released Homeland Security Department documents detail how Secretary Jeh Johnson and 28 other officials defied a security precaution against using Web-based personal email accounts at the office, the conservative legal group Judicial Watch announced on Friday.
New Homeland Security Records Reveal Top Officials Were Exempted from Strict Ban Placed on Web-Based Personal Email Accounts Despite Heightened Security Concerns
“Jeh Johnson and top officials at Homeland Security put the nation’s security at risk by using personal email despite significant security issues,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
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Paul Bedard reports on Judicial Watch’s pursuit of documents related to Bill Clinton’s use of Secret Service agents on trips with disgraced friend Jeffrey Epstein.
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Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson said recently that terrorists crossing the U.S.-Mexico border is “not the thing I most worry about.” This isn’t surprising, given the department’s utter lack of seriousness when it comes to securing the border.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports on the shocking number of detainees released by the federal government following their failure to be deported. These detainees, some violent, are being released quietly, even without their previous victims being notified.
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Arizona Congressman Matt Salmon recently cited Judicial Watch’s report regarding an ISIS presence on the U.S.-Mexico border in addressing the discovery of a tunnel in Naco, Arizona. The tunnel, and the lack of enforcement on the border, highlight a security environment which terrorists can exploit.
On January 15, 2015, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit on behalf of Edward “Bud” Tuffly II, a concerned citizen and former Border Patrol agent, against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to obtain records regarding the release of thousands of illegal aliens allegedly in anticipation of “sequestration” budget cuts.
Just when you thought the scandals involving U.S. airport security couldn’t possibly get any worse, a Philadelphia newspaper reports that the Department of Homeland Security hired a defrocked priest accused of molesting children without bothering to complete a background check. It’s as if Abbott & Costello are in charge of…
The Obama Administration is skewing figures to show that it has deported a record number of illegal immigrants and, not surprisingly, the mainstream media has bought it hook, line and sinker. A number of media reports have quoted the administration’s inflated deportation stats, but the House Judiciary Committee is setting…
Drivers with terrorism and drug-smuggling ties were cleared by the United States for “expedited border crossing” under a free-trade agreement created to facilitate commercial traffic between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. As inconceivable as this may seem, it’s documented in a federal audit released by the Department of Homeland Security…
In a chilling revelation, the agency created after 9/11 to protect the United States from another terrorist attack claims it achieved its “goal” by gaining “operational control” over a mere 13% of the nation’s borders. It gets better. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) took six years to accomplish this…