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Montgomery election board to review registration practices

From the Washington Post: Montgomery election officials said Monday they will review registration procedures in response to allegations from a conservative watchdog group that the county’s rolls are packed with ineligible voters. Judicial Watch said in a letter earlier this month there was “strong circumstantial evidence” that Montgomery’s lists are…

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Video: Will more intel be exposed in the Susan Rice scandal?

On April 24, 2017, Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network to discuss the Susan Rice Scandal and Judicial Watch’s lawsuit against the State Department and USAID regarding the funding of political activities of George Soros’ Open Society…

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Group threatens suit over McHenry County voter registrations

From the McHenry Times: McHenry County is among 24 Illinois counties that don’t have enough voting-age residents to match their number of registered voters, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates cited by Judicial Watch, which sent Illinois a notice-of-violation letter recently. The transparency organization sent similar letters to 10 others…

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Cass, Crawford among state counties accused of voter violations

From the East Central Reporter: A transparency group says Cass and Crawford counties are among 24 in Illinois that have more registered voters than residents over 18 years of age. Judicial Watch pointed to the alleged voter registration discrepancies in a notice-of-violation letter it sent to Illinois that gives the…

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Will County could face lawsuit over voter logs

From the Will County Gazette: Will County is one of 102 counties in 11 states that have more registered voters than voting-age residents, a watchdog group alleged recently. Judicial Watch compared data from the Election Assistance Commission and the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey to find counties across the…

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Veterans score major victory in Los Angeles

From the New York Post: Justice was again served last week against the Veterans Administration — specifically, its LA office, which once again got slapped down in its efforts to squelch a critic. Exactly why federal prosecutors tried to work the VA’s will is a question Attorney General Jeff Sessions…

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George Soros and his shady $4.8 million U.S. taxpayer deal

From The Washington Times: George Soros, the self-declared billionaire philanthropist who amuses himself by capsizing and upsetting national economies and by pressing all-things-progressive in politics, has a curious expenditure of taxpayer cash in the amount of $4.8 million — and Judicial Watch is demanding answers. So should Americans. The money’s…

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Judicial Watch sues State Dept for information on Soros group, and they want it NOW

From BizPac Review: The Open Society Foundation, a radical leftist activist group run by billionaire George Soros, is being sued over taxpayer money it allegedly received from the U.S. government under former President Obama. Conservative watchdog Judicial Watch filed a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) lawsuit against the State Department and the U.S.…

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After State Department Snub, Senators Look to ‘Other Means’ to Investigate Tax Dollars Propping Up Soros Work

From The Daily Signal: Republican senators could investigate U.S. tax dollars funding liberal billionaire George Soros’ networks abroad “through other means” if the Trump administration’s State Department doesn’t provide answers. Six GOP senators wrote Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in March to ask for a State Department probe into how…

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Video: Veteran acquitted of illegally hanging flags at VA office

On April 20, 2017, Judicial Watch defense attorney Robert Patrick Sticht and client Robert L. Rosebrock appeared on “Fox & Friends” on the Fox News Channel to discuss Rosebrock being found not guilty in a California U.S. District Court of violating federal law for displaying two four-by-six inch American flags…

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Video: Judicial Watch sues State Department and USAID for Soros’ records

April 20, 2017 – Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell appeared on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” on the Fox Business Network to discuss Judicial Watch’s lawsuit against the State Department and USAID for records about funding and political activities of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation – Macedonia. Watch…

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Judicial Watch sues State Department, USAID for Soros records

From Fox News: Judicial Watch said Wednesday it is suing the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to get records showing nearly $5 million in American taxpayer money went to the Macedonian branch of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations. The conservative watchdog group filed a Freedom of…

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Indiana, West Virginia Lead Country in Correcting Voter Rolls

From Breitbart: Two states have taken big steps to eliminate voter registrations for tens of thousands of inactive and fraudulent voters with campaigns that have dumped over 500,000 names from the rolls. But most states still have voter rolls fattened with millions of ineligible names and are not taking steps to…

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The truth about crime, illegal immigrants and sanctuary cities

From The Hill: There has been much rhetoric from the left and the open-borders, pro-illegal immigration lobby suggesting that illegal immigrants pose no threat to the safety and security of this nation and commit less crimes than their American Citizen and legal immigrant counterparts. If one watches the network newscasts,…

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Lee named for potential electoral list problem

From WALB News: A national watchdog group is putting Georgia’s Secretary of State on notice for a potential federal lawsuit, claiming ten counties in Georgia have more people registered to vote than can actually vote. One of those counties is Lee County. Lee’s long-time Elections Director is alarmed by the…

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75-Year-Old Vet Acquitted of Illegally Hanging Napkin-Sized Flags at West LA Veterans Affairs Office

From NBC Los Angeles: A 75-year-old military veteran was acquitted Tuesday of illegally hanging an American flag on the fence of a Veterans Affairs facility in West Los Angeles without permission. The federal misdemeanor count against Robert Rosebrock stems from a VA statute that prohibits the posting of materials or…

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U.S. Army Veteran acquitted of illegally displaying flags at LA Veterans Affairs facility

From My News LA: A 75-year-old military veteran was acquitted Tuesday of illegally hanging an American flag on the fence of a Veterans Affairs facility in West Los Angeles without permission. The federal misdemeanor count against Robert Rosebrock stems from a VA statute that prohibits the posting of materials or…

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Judicial Watch requests ethics probe of key Democrats

From WND: A government watchdog group is turning the tables on two key Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee who appear to be trying to block a probe into whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump team. Judicial Watch has requested the House Office of Congressional Ethics launch an…

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Conservative group slams White House shift on visitor logs

From The Hill: A conservative legal group on Friday slammed President Trump’s administration for deciding not to voluntarily disclose who visits the White House complex. Judicial Watch said in a statement that “this new secrecy policy undermines the rule of law and suggests this White House doesn’t want to be accountable to…

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Trump Won’t Disclose White House Visitor Logs, an Option Sought By Obama and Approved By Merrick Garland

From U.S. News and World Report: The decision makes use of an anti-transparency ruling sought by the Obama administration and written in 2013 by Merrick Garland, a federal appeals court judge later nominated unsuccessfully to the Supreme Court by President Barack Obama. Transparency advocates say Garland bent over backwards to…