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A Trove of 33,000 Pages of Records From the Clinton White House Still Aren’t Public

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Judicial Watch Reveals Obama’s 2013 Vacations Cost Taxpayers $7,396,531

Documents Obtained by Judicial Watch Reveal Obama 2013 Vacations, Leno Show Appearance, Cost Taxpayers $7,396,531 for Flight Expenses Obama’s eight-day 2012 – 2013 Hawaii Christmas vacation cost taxpayers $4,086, 355.20 for flights alone (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained flight expense records from the U.S.…

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JW Files Objections to Obama IRS Rules on Free Speech

Judicial Watch Files Major Objections to New Obama IRS Rules on Free Speech   “… given the Service’s targeting of conservative non-profits, the Service cannot claim authority to overturn 53 years of consistent interpretation with regulations that target these very same groups in the middle of an election year.”  …

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The Clinton library’s secret files

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Obama’s Valentine’s Day bachelor golf holiday marks 23rd vacation

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O’Keefe Busts Illegal Voter Scheme to ‘Turn Texas Blue’

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Legal and Sensible: Kansas’ Dual Voter Registration System

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Legal Immigrants Go to the Back of the Line

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FBI Documents Raise Questions about Saudi and al-Aulaqi Connections to 9/11 Attacks

Judicial Watch: FBI Documents Raise Additional Questions about Saudi and al-Aulaqi Connections to 9/11 Attacks   (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained 79 pages of investigative reports from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) providing further evidence of ties between terrorist leaders Anwar al-Aulaqi and…


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