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McConnell: Court Ruling Against Obama Amnesty Means Senate Dems Must Stop DHS Obstruction

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) recently urged Senate Democrats to stop filibustering the House-passed DHS funding bill, which defunds President Obama’s executive amnesty plans. This comes after District Court Judge Hanen’s ruling that decreed these plans to be unconstitutional. Conservative leaders, including Judicial Watch president Tom

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DHS Funding Inquiry Could Be Used To Delay Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Judicial Watch recently urged Congress to ask the GAO to investigate the DHS on whether or not they misappropriated taxpayer funds to carry out President Obama’s executive amnesty plans. In the letter, Judicial Watch is asking whether or not U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) misappropriated these funds to establish…

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Remember IRS Stonewalling When Filing Your Taxes

Forbes’ Robert W. Wood discusses the latest developments of the IRS scandal as Tax Day approaches. He mentions how IRS Commissioner John Koskinen misled Congress on Lois Lerner’s “missing emails” and how a TIGTA report unveiled them eventually. In addition, he discussed Judicial Watch’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice

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Bill’s libido threatens to derail Hillary — again

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Administration memo tells border agents they can release drunk drivers

Judicial Watch recently obtained a memo DHS issued to Customs and Border Patrol agents in Tucson, Arizona sector urging them to release drunk drivers. DHS argues these agents do not have to intervene in state crimes and are least liable for being sued if they do not arrest these drivers. However,…

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Outrage! IRS workers who evaded paying taxes receive bonuses

About 140 IRS employees who were fired from their jobs for committing tax fraud or carrying out misconduct will be coming back to the IRS. In addition, Judicial Watch has revealed that IRS employees who evaded paying taxes received bonuses. This information comes from the IRS inspector general, who revealed that…

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Obama administration won’t release IRS targeting documents

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) recently declined The Hill’s FOIA request seeking more than 500 pages of documents pertaining to the IRS scandal. The Hill sought government documents on how conservative groups seeking non-profit status were targeted and scrutinized by the IRS. TIGTA denied the request on the basis of…

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Administration stonewalling on releasing IRS docs

The Hill recently had their FOIA request seeking more than 500 pages about the IRS scandal denied by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA). The Hill appealed their request but TIGTA claimed personal privacy and interagency communication exemptions in response to that. TIGTA included these documents in their May 2013 report, and Judicial

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Whistleblowers: US Gave Visas to Suspected Forgers, Fraudsters, Criminals

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Obama and Holder Cry Wolf on Voting Rights

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Sen. Vitter plans probe of congressional Obamacare applications full of ‘false information’

The Senate’s Small Business Committee chairman Senator Vitter (R-LA) plans to investigate how Congress illegally enrolled in D.C.’s Small Business Exchange. Congress’ falsified applications, which say the House and Senate each have 45 employees, and that Congress is a small business, were first obtained by Judicial Watch through a FOIA…

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David Vitter investigates how Congress became a ‘small business’ under Obamacare

Senator David Vitter (R-LA), chairman of the Senate Small Business Committee, is investigating how Congress illegally enrolled in Obamacare’s D.C. Small Business Exchange through falsified applications. To understand how Congress falsely classified itself as a small business, Senator Vitter is requesting for government documents detailing how the D.C.

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Trey Gowdy’s secret tapes focus on Hillary’s Islamic adventure

Trey Gowdy’s Select Committee on Benghazi is investigating newly released audiotapes revealing communications between the Department of Defense and Muammar Gaddafi’s son about Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the 2011 US mission to invade Libya. According to the tapes, an intermediary who corresponded with Gaddafi’s son alleges Hillary

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Vitter Requests Obamacare Documents From D.C., House and Senate

Senator David Vitter (R-LA), chair of the Senate’s Small Business Committee, is demanding answers on Congress’ illegal enrollment in Obamacare’s DC Small Business Exchange. He is requesting for answers from the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority and House and Senate officials on their role in approving Congress’ falsified healthcare

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Moussaoui Calls Saudi Princes Patrons of Al Qaeda

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Obama: The Skype’s the limit for worst terrorists

Judicial Watch has received information from the Spanish agency La Prensa that terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay can Skype with their families. This has resulted from a policy change from the Department of Defense, which it claims is “consistent with both humanitarian and security interest.” According to Judicial Watch, President…

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Government Data Reveal 5.5 Million New Work Permits Issued Since 2009

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Critics question SEC approval of Irvine marijuana company as ‘green light’ to ‘break federal law’

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently approved Irvine-based medical marijuana company Terra Tech Corp.’s plans to build its operations in Nevada. This is the first time the federal government has approved such activity for a company in this industry, thus setting a precedent. Judicial Watch covered this news as well…

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Liberal professor admits that Obama is guilty of violating his Oath of Office

Liberal George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley has noted that President Obama has violated his oath of office with his executive actions and admitted that the Justice Department is “at the epicenter of a constitutional crisis.” Turley voted for President Obama but believes he has exceeded the limitations of his authority…

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Colorado Judicial records policy: Apparently whatever staff wants it to be

A bipartisan bill in the Colorado state legislature, House Bill 15-1101, seeks to subject the public defender’s office, part of the state’s Judicial Department, to the Colorado Open Records Act. This legislation was proposed in response to a 2012 Colorado Appellate Court ruling decreeing that the Judicial Department can self-exempt…



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