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Clinton Critics Voice Disappointment After Trump Vows to Drop Investigation

From The Daily Signal: Trump’s comments to The New York Times followed an interview earlier Tuesday with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway in which she expressed a similar view. Trump said his administration would not pursue further investigation into the email server or the Clinton Foundation.

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Clinton fights demand for more information on emails

Lawyers for Hillary Clinton are opposing a conservative group’s demand that she provide more details about the creation of the private server that hosted her email account while she was secretary of state.

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Video: Tom Fitton: The Justice Department is broken

From Fox Business: Nov. 22, 2016 – 4:10 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on why President-elect Donald Trump should select a special prosecutor to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

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Election is over but the Clinton emails keep coming

From McClatchy: Judicial Watch recently received 508 pages of documents, including emails, that the conservative group says shows possible conflicts of interest between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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Another Judge Confirms: IRS Targeted Tea Party Groups

From CNS News: As USA Today reported, “IRS officials in 2013 acknowledged they had singled out conservative-leaning ‘public interest’ groups for extra attention while reviewing their applications for nonprofit status … That led to a major scandal and several investigations by Congress … It also caused the resignations or firings…

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Election is over but the Clinton emails keep coming

Judicial Watch recently received 508 pages of documents, including emails, that the conservative group says shows possible conflicts of interest between Hillary Clinton’s State Department and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

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Judicial Watch: Secret Service Loses Guns, Badges, Laptops, ‘Other Equipment’

From Fox News: The U.S. Secret Service has lost thousands of agency computers, radios, cell phones, weapons, credentials and vehicles since Islamic terrorists executed the worst attack in U.S. history, records obtained by Judicial Watch show. The equipment was reported lost or stolen by the Secret Service, which claims to…

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Documents Show IRS Official Admitted Targeting Groups

From CBN News: A top IRS official has admitted that Cincinnati IRS agents targeted groups requesting tax exempt status based on “party affiliation” and “guilt by association,” according to documents obtained by the legal watchdog group Judicial Watch.

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David Brock gathering donors to ‘kick Donald Trump’s ass’

From Politico: Brock on Thursday night emailed more than 200 of the biggest donors on the left — including finance titans George Soros, Tom Steyer and Donald Sussman — inviting them to a retreat in Palm Beach over inauguration weekend to assess what Democrats did wrong in 2016, figure out…

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Clintons Made Big Bucks Off Of Haiti Earthquake Disaster, Leaked Memo Suggests

From Radar Online: The unsigned memo suggests Bill should also look into “opportunities” with Tetra Pak, a Swedish firm that produces “packaging for milk that allows you not to have to refrigerate it” and another firm, Seaboard, that was “looking to expand their school milk and feeding program” to the…

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IRS aware of tea party targeting as early as 2011, watchdog finds

From Washington Times: “The IRS knew agents were targeting tea party groups through “guilt by association” as far back as 2011, according to new documents released Wednesday by Judicial Watch that show the tax agency was deeply skeptical of all the new conservative groups emerging under President Obama’s watch. “Agents…

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IRS aware of tea party targeting as early as 2011, watchdog finds

From the Washington Times: The IRS knew agents were targeting tea party groups through “guilt by association” as far back as 2011, according to new documents released Wednesday by Judicial Watch that show the tax agency was deeply skeptical of all the new conservative groups emerging under President Obama’s watch.

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Top IRS Official Said Agency Targeted Conservative Groups Based on ‘Guilt By Association’

From The Washington Free Beacon: A top IRS official admitted that conservative groups were targeted based on “guilt by association ” and “party affiliation,” according to newly obtained documents from the government watchdog group Judicial Watch.

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TRUMP URGED TO REOPEN CRIMINAL PROBE OF IRS

From WND: Judicial Watch said the new 1,593 pages of documentation include a statement from Holly Paz, the former IRS director of the office of Rulings and Agreements, that the agents were ignoring the actual activities of organizations, and trying to find indications they had another agenda, what they “really”…

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Israel in the Trump Era

From Real Clear Politics: The positions that Trump struck during the presidential campaign were sometimes inconsistent and even contradictory. So it is impossible to forecast precisely what he will do in office. But not everything is shrouded in mystery. Indeed, some important characteristics of his administration are already apparent.

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Soros Army Forming Liberal Version Of Judicial Watch

Top Democratic operatives are huddling this week in a series of meetings to strategize about which groups will run point on everything from safeguarding women’s access to health care to fighting any increase in deportations to preventing attacks on Muslim Americans.

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Video: Mexican drug cartels helping ISIS?

From Fox Business: Nov. 15, 2016 – 4:51 – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on reports that Mexican drug cartels are helping ISIS cross the border into the U.S.

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University of California, illegal immigrant students await court decision on college subsidies

From the Northern California Record: This case will decide whether the university’s board of regents has the authority to offer in-state tuition for illegal immigrants at all campuses. De Vries, who is represented by Judicial Watch, claimed that the regents allegedly were in violation of federal law by giving in-state tuition…

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Hopes, fears for transparency in Trump White House

From Start Tribune: Indeed, Trump won while defying decorum in just about everything, including his decision to withhold his tax returns — something no other presidential candidate has done in 40 years. Once he takes office in January, however, he becomes subject to laws and policies designed to force all…

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‘Not Over’: 4 Legal Probes Hillary Clinton Still Faces

From The Daily Signal: In response to questions about prosecuting Clinton in the next administration, two Trump campaign surrogates rumored to be under consideration to be the next attorney general seemed to suggest turning the page on the matter in TV interviews Thursday.