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GOP may ‘nuke’ Dems over Supreme Court nominee

From WND: Now the fevered hostilities between Democrats and President Trump could go “nuclear” over his nominee to the Supreme Court. And former Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., told WND she has no problem with that, because, “Obama’s Marxist coalition has declared war on the American people’s choice for president.”

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Left Engages in Absurd Trump-Nixon Comparisons

From LifeZette: Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) drew the same parallel in announcing Tuesday to the Senate Judiciary Committee that she would vote against the confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) to be the next attorney general. She praised Yates, arguing that it took guts. “That statement took a steel spine…

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CONSERVATIVES ECSTATIC OVER GORSUCH NOMINATION

From WND: There’s been a vacancy there since early last year because of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, an icon of conservatives who believe Congress writes the laws and courts interpret them. Trump had promised during his campaign that if elected he would nominate someone in the mold of…

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It’s Naive To Think Illegal Aliens Aren’t Voting – By The Millions

From the Daily Caller: There are a total of 43 million noncitizens currently living within US borders. Of these, approximately 12 million are illegal aliens. Not only are there well-documented reasons to believe that many of them may be violating election integrity, the fact is, many on the left are…

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Trump’s Ethics Order Seen as Boost for Shadow Lobbying

From Bloomberg: But Trump’s order might open the door for more so-called “shadow lobbying,” ethics specialists say — influence peddling that doesn’t quite meet the official definition of lobbying. That behavior, which can include arranging meetings with decision makers or attaching one’s name to a particular interest group’s cause, would…

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Nation’s ‘voting rolls are a mess,’ say longtime fraud watchdogs

From the Washington Times: President Trump’s vow to investigate illegal voting in America has placed the spotlight on a handful of conservative groups that have fought voter fraud in the shadows of more prominent issues such as Obamacare and terrorism. The groups — including True the Vote and Judicial Watch…

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Conservative groups press states to overhaul voter lists, combat fraud

From the Washington Times: The groups — including True the Vote and Judicial Watch — have pressed states for years to clean up what they see as antiquated and corrupted voter lists and crack down on fraudulent registration. As America is divided politically, so is the debate over voter fraud:…

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Judicial Watch Threatens Lawsuit Unless Feds Conduct Damage Assessment of Clinton’s Emails

Conservative group Judicial Watch has threatened to file a lawsuit that demands the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) conduct a damage assessment stemming from former secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email account for official business.

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Who says there’s no U.S. voting fraud? Let’s start by defining it

From the World Tribune: President Trump has charged that significant voting fraud occurred during the 2016 Presidential election and has asked for an investigation of the problem. The media have questioned the need for any investigation and have attacked and laughed at the President for his concern. The New York…

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Report: Alleged ‘Clinton Fixer’ Patrick Kennedy Booted From State Department

From LawNewz: Donald Trump‘s administration is wasting little time making its presence known at the major institutions of power around Washington, D.C.  Over the weekend, Trump gave what many are calling a controversial speech at the Central Intelligence Agency and on Thursday he is reportedly causing a major shake up at the…

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Justice Department fights order to preserve ex-DHS officials’ emails

From Politico: Last week, two days before the inauguration of President Donald Trump, U.S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss ordered that Johnson and three former top DHS officials move messages they stored in online, personal accounts to thumb drives or hard drives for safekeeping.

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Trump argument bolstered: Clinton received 800,000 votes from noncitizens, study finds

From the Washington Times: Hillary Clinton garnered more than 800,000 votes from noncitizens on Nov. 8, an approximation far short of President Trump’s estimate of up to 5 million illegal voters but supportive of his charges of fraud. Political scientist Jesse Richman of Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, has…

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Opinion Journal: The Comey Reprieve

From The Wall Street Journal: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on President Trump’s decision to keep the FBI director.

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Tales of ten terrorists who took advantage of the porous U.S.-Mexico border

From the World Tribune: Adnan El Shukrijumah spent more than a decade at the top of the FBI’s most wanted list. According to documents obtained in December 2015 in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, he was smuggled into the U.S. in 2003 and was believed…

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The Clinton Foundation Is Dead — But The Case Against Hillary Isn’t

While everyone’s been gearing up for President Trump’s inauguration, the Clinton Foundation made a major announcement this week that went by with almost no notice: For all intents and purposes, it’s closing its doors.

In a tax filing, the Clinton Global Initiative said it’s firing 22 staffers and closing its offices, a result of the

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CLINTON GLOBAL INITIATIVE FOLDS, ANNOUNCES THE TERMINATION OF 22 MORE EMPLOYEES

From Inquisitr: The Clinton Global Initiative, which is an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, is expected to cease operations on April 15 — according to a noticed filed with the New York State Department of Labor. The notice, which is dated January 12, also announced the termination of 22 employees…

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The Clinton Foundation Is Dead — But The Case Against Hillary Isn’t

From Investor’s Business Daily: It proves what we’ve said all along: The Clinton Foundation was little more than an influence-peddling scheme to enrich the Clintons, and had little if anything to do with “charity,” either overseas or in the U.S. That sound you heard starting in November was checkbooks being…

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Judge orders 4 Homeland Security officials to preserve private-account emails

From Politico: U.S. District Court Judge Randolph Moss issued the order Wednesday morning to Johnson, former Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, former chief of staff Christian Marrone, and former General Counsel Stevan Bunnell, telling them to copy relevant messages to thumb drives.

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JW VICTORY: Federal Judge Orders DOJ to Preserve Official’s Gmail

U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan instructed Justice to preserve any emails that Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs Peter Kadzik has in private accounts that could be responsive to Freedom of Information Act requests filed by the conservative group Judicial Watch.

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Judge orders Justice Dept. to preserve official’s private-account emails

From Politico: “Defendant shall take all necessary and reasonable steps to ensure the preservation of all agency records and potential agency records between the dates of December 1, 2014 and November 7, 2016 in any personal email account of Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs Peter Kadzik. Any question about…