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Few airports require employee screening before work

The head of the Transportation Security Administration appeared to acknowledge in a recent Capitol Hill hearing that only three U.S. airports require employees to go through screening checks before coming to work, even after reports surfaced that dozens of airport workers have potential terror ties.

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The Next Load Of Free Stuff From Washington: Diapers

In case you think there is still any life in the Constitution’s division of and limitations upon the powers of the federal government, consider the prospect of diaper subsidies.

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Judicial Watch and Allied Educational Foundation File Amici Brief In McDonnell Corruption Case

Brief Criticizes Drop in Corruption Prosecutions by Obama Administration (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief with the United State Supreme Court in support of a federal court of appeals decision upholding the conviction of former…

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IRS sued for refusing to release secret ‘church investigations’ procedures

Government watchdog groups have filed a motion in federal court to compel the IRS to reveal how it determines when to initiate “church investigations” after accusing the tax-collecting agency of “stonewalling” efforts to bring to light its procedures.

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ADF asks federal court to tell IRS to come clean on secret rules for investigating churches

Alliance Defending Freedom asked a federal district court Friday to order the Internal Revenue Service to identify records it has withheld for nearly two years that are related to secret procedures for investigating churches.

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A Vast Email Conspiracy

Hillary Clinton is good at imagining partisan plots, and to listen to her team, no less than several inspectors general, the intelligence community, and the entire Republican ecosphere are colluding to turn her home-brew email system into a fake scandal. To this conspiracy, she must now add the federal judiciary.

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ACLU sues Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted over removing voters from the rolls

A federal lawsuit filed Wednesday is suing Ohio Secretary of State over how state officials remove inactive voters from the rolls.

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State Department: Don’t Ask Hillary Aides About Classified Info in Lawsuit

Lawyers object to any attempt to ask Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills, and others about how information was handled—and are dead set against Clinton testifying.

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Judicial Watch: Taxpayer Appeal Continues Over Decision Allowing University of California Regents to Give In-State Tuition to Illegal Aliens

New brief argues that UC Board of Regents violates federal law by spending taxpayer funds to provide in-state tuition, student loans, and financial aid to illegal aliens (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch filed a reply brief in its ongoing appeal of a lower California state court ruling allowing the University…

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State Department wants limits on questioning of Clinton aides

Top aides to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should not be questioned about an ongoing FBI investigation into the presence of classified information on her private email server or about the substance of the messages that were exchanged, as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, the State Department said in a court filing Tuesday night.


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