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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.

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Top House Republican says he’ll continue probe of Hillary Clinton’s private email server

From The Washington Post: While President-elect Donald Trump pledged in his victory speech to “come together as one united people,” a top House Republican said Wednesday he will continue to investigate Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state.

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Clinton Losing The Election Doesn’t Mean Her Scandals Will Go Away

From The Daily Caller: Continuing Freedom of Information Act lawsuits and related litigation will keep former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the spotlight, despite her upset loss to President-Elect Donald Trump. Conservative nonprofit government watchdogs aren’t withdrawing their lawsuits just because Clinton lost the election. Many of these litigations

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The history of the ugliest race for the White House

From the New York Post: Trump’s speeches, debate pronouncements, tweets and rallies inflamed his increasingly rabid supporters and sometimes led to violence. And Clinton’s slippery evasions, e-mail scandal and circle-the-wagons approach to questions about pay-to-play involving the Clinton Foundation gave more ammunition to her critics, who wanted to “lock

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THREAT TO YOUR VOTE MORE LIKELY TO COME FROM U.S. CITIZEN THAN RUSSIA

From Newsweek: In Pennsylvania, registered voters, election officers, overseers or watchers during primary or general elections are allowed to challenge a voter’s identity or residence, according to the Common Cause report. And it is the responsibility of that challenged voter to provide a witness from the same election district to…

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ISIS Threatens ‘Epic’ Attack On U.S. Soil Facilitated By The Porous Southern Border

Issue no. 9 (May 2015) of Dabiq, the official magazine of the Islamic State (ISIS), says on p.77 “The Islamic State… have every intention of attacking America on its home soil… looking to do…something that would make any past operation look like a squirrel shoot…something truly epic.”

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Judge balks at five-year timeline for release of Clinton emails

A federal judge signaled Monday that he’s not inclined to agree to a timetable for the release of FBI-recovered Hillary Clinton emails that could have the records dribbling out over the next five years.

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College Subsidies for Illegal Immigrants Get Their Day in Court

A few weeks ago, we reported on a lawsuit in California brought by a resident and taxpayer against the Board of Regents of the University of California. Earl De Vries claimed that by giving in-state tuition benefits to illegal immigrants at all University of California schools, the regents were in violation of federal law.

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State Tells Court It Needs 5 Years to Review Deleted Clinton Emails

From Fox: State Department officials asked a federal court Monday to consider allowing them up to five years for their review of 31,000 pages of emails recovered by the FBI during its year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton.

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What Did Hillary Clinton’s Lawyer Talk About In This State Department Conference Call?

From The Daily Caller: The discussion in that call would help shed light on why the State Department later declined that FOIA request even though Clinton used a personal email account, a fact which was known to dozens of State Department and Obama administration officials.

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Why Clinton’s email mess will never go away

From The New York Post: Sigh: So Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides had her housekeeper printing out classified emails and venturing into her home Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility to grab classified faxes, too. How many more shoes can drop, before or after Election Day?

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State Dept. set to release final batch of Clinton emails before election

From the Washington Examiner: The release will come amid intense scrutiny over the FBI’s decision to reopen its investigation of Clinton’s emails, which FBI Director James Comey had previously closed in July. It will mark the 19th time the State Department has posted a tranche of her emails on its…

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‘Not for this channel’: Podesta was wary of sending intel over Clinton server

From Fox News: “John Podesta was willing to discuss sensitive information with future boss Hillary Clinton while he worked for President Obama and she was a private citizen in August 2014 – but he knew better than to send the intel over Clinton’s private server from his Gmail account, emails…