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Benghazi: What The Government Wants Us To Think

In an op-ed for The Daily Caller, Micah Morrison, Chief Investigative Reporter for Judicial Watch, discusses the Special Select Committee on Benghazi and provides an in-depth analysis of  the government’s tale of Ahmed Abu Khatallah’s prosecution. Khatallah is the Benghazi militia figure who was indicted for murdering Ambassador Christopher Stevens,

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Non-Citizens Are Voting

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State Department plans to bring foreign Ebola patients to U.S.

In an internal memo, the State Department claimed it is incumbent on our nation to treat Ebola-infected healthcare workers working in West Africa in our hospitals. Judicial Watch revealed this plan, claiming it was another reason why the Obama administration failed to adopt a travel ban on Ebola-infected West African nations. Read more about…

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Obama administration document outlines plan to rush FOREIGNERS into the US for Ebola treatment

A State Department internal memo revealed the Obama administration wants to medevac Ebola-infected, non-Americans into the United States from West Africa and give them medical treatment at American hospitals. Judicial Watch first discovered this sinister plan that puts foreigners first through a FOIA request. Read more about Judicial Watch’s legal

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CA Superior Court Judges To Defend First Amendment Infringement Barring Emmy Winning Media From Court Room

Paul Orfanedes, Director of Litigation for Judicial Watch, discussed the latest developments of Dutton v. Wesley (Case No. 12-01888-R-JC (C.D. Cal.). At the heart of this case is the LA Superior Court’s refusal to give the Full Disclosure Network (FDN) a permit to use the Department 86 court room for their documentary The Cost of…

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Internal memo pushes bringing non-citizens to US for Ebola treatment; State denies plan

According to a State Department memo, the Obama administration wants to medevac Ebola-infected foreigners and give them treatment at our nation’s hospitals. Judicial Watch was the first to reveal this plan. Read more from Judicial Watch on this issue here. Judicial Watch has filed FOIA requests on this scandal with the…

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The Fast and Furious Cover-up, Hiding In Plain Sight

When the Obama administration refused to fulfill Judicial Watch’s FOIA request on Fast and Furious documents, Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit; then, the court ordered the DOJ to hand over a “Vaughn index” of the documents to Judicial Watch. This index reveals how the Obama administration covered up the Fast…

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Ed Henry vs. Earnest: Why Did Obama Invoke Executive Privilege on Holder Fast & Furious Emails?

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Justice Dept. List of Withheld Fast & Furious Docs is 1,323 Pages Long

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James O’Keefe Strikes Again…voter fraud is both easy and condoned in Colorado

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GOHMERT PREDICTS US WILL ‘BRING PEOPLE IN’ FROM EBOLA HOT ZONE

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Goodlatte asks if African Ebola patients will be treated in U.S.

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CFPB delays renovation of its pricey headquarters, adding millions more to cost

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Justice Department Expert Witness: Blacks ‘Less Sophisticated Voters’

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The House’s Ethics Lesson for the Senate

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The stonewalling legacy

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Lawmakers get own healthcare through medical insurance scam: Court papers

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Documents Confirm Fast and Furious AK-47 Used in Phoenix Gang Assault

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Top GOP lawmakers say docs show another gun linked to Fast and Furious found at crime scene

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Account of Clinton Aide’s Benghazi Document Sifting Familiar to Career Public Servant