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Hillary Clinton could face jail time as email scandal sparks legal challenges

According to open records experts, Hillary Clinton could go to jail for not disclosing emails on her private server that discussed classified material. She could potentially face 3 years in jail for each non-disclosed, classified email. Meanwhile, Clinton determined that nearly 32,000 emails were private and thus deleted them. Judicial Watch…

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Ben Shapiro: Hillary Clinton Lies… A Lot

In a video for TruthRevolt.org, Ben Shapiro gives an overview of Hillary Clinton’s history of lying. His discussion includes Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, which Judicial Watch has been investigating. Judicial Watch discovered that Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s former chief-of-staff while she was Secretary of State, helped Clinton avoid turning over

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Obama’s LA trip for TV show will cost you $2 million

President Obama just billed the American taxpayers $2 million for a trip he took to Los Angeles for a Democratic National Committee (DNC) fundraiser last Thursday. As Judicial Watch has gleaned from its FOIA requests, President Obama has had a history of burdening the American taxpayers with large travel expenses. In fact,…

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Citing Misconduct and Misrepresentation by Hillary Clinton and State Department, Judicial Watch Asks Federal Court to Reopen Lawsuit Seeking Information on Top Clinton Aide Huma Abedin

(Washington, DC) – Following up on revelations of the secret email accounts created by Hillary Clinton and other top State Department officials, Judicial Watch announced that it has asked a federal court to reopen a closed Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) case that sought records about Huma Abedin, who had been…

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Obama tax refunds for illegal immigrants to cost $2 billion over 5 years

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New players join newspapers in using FOIA requests

Watchdog groups like Judicial Watch have come to replace the media when it comes to FOIA requests and lawsuits. The Freedom of Information Act of 1966 was signed into law to mainly be used by traditional media, but over time, advocacy groups and watchdog groups have taken the lead on FOIA…

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Watchdog group turns up a $17 million tab for Air Force One

Today, President Obama is traveling to Los Angeles to attend a DNC event and appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” On Tuesday this week, he attended a DNC fundraiser in Atlanta, Georgia. Judicial Watch has been at the forefront of obtaining government records on how much taxpayer money President Obama spends on…

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Media Captivated by Boring Mrs. Clinton

During his radio show, Rush Limbaugh discussed Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. He also noted how many liberals have condemned Clinton for failing to comply with the Federal Records Act and the State Department’s rules by using a personal email account to conduct official business. In addition, he mentioned Judicial Watch’s…

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DOJ Attorneys Tell District Court Amnesty Benefits Are Legal, Temporary — Other Officials Say The Opposite

Judge Andrew Hanen, who ordered an injunction on President Obama’s amnesty plans involving DACA and DAPA benefits, called for the Department of Homeland Security to explain why it has already extended benefits to 100,000 illegal aliens. These benefits were distributed through a DACA extension, yet that extension should not have…

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Hillary Email Gaps Hide ‘Pay For Play,’ Benghazi Truth

Based on the House Select Committee on Benghazi and Judicial Watch’s review of documents regarding the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attacks, there are months of emails missing from Hillary Clinton when she was Secretary of State. The State Department did not inform Trey Gowy, chairman of that committee, about the private…


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