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Obama’s pathetic attempt to spin the IRS scandal

The conservative group Judicial Watch says documents it obtained “confirm” the agency targeted the donors of certain tax-exempt organizations. And the Government Accountability Office faulted IRS procedures, saying they failed to prevent bias in the selection of nonprofits for audits. That’s key, since the agency has been accused of targeting conservative groups.

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Hawaiian roll panel to publish name list

In a victory, Judicial Watch has released documents related to the separatist campaign being conducted by Hawaiians. The campaign is dependent on names of native Hawaiians, many of whom were placed on the list without their knowledge, and Judicial Watch has made the list public so Hawaiians can know if they are on the list, and whether they as Hawaiian citizens

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IRS Scandal: It’s Dangerous To Be On Wrong Side Of Obama

It is certainly true that it is politically dangerous to be opposed to the president’s policies. The documents recently released by Judicial Watch show that not only were non-profits determined to be his political enemies targeted for more scrutiny, but lists of those who donated to those groups were used to begin potential audits.

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Judicial Watch: IRS e-mails linked donor lists to audit targeting

Judicial Watch released documents this week showing that the IRS used lists of donors to non-profit political organizations who were being targeted by the IRS to then determine audits of those individual donors. Obama continues claim there was no corruption at the IRS, an increasingly laughable claim.

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Phoenix Ends Practice Of Free Illegal Union Ads On Firetrucks

Judicial Watch won an important victory in Arizona recently. Specifically, Judicial Watch efforts led to union decals being removed from city firetrucks, which had been providing free union advertising.

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New York Times alters Clinton email story

After posting their story about Mrs. Clinton’s emails being referred by two inspectors general to the Justice Department for a criminal probe, the New York Times made subtle changes to the headline and parts of the story to shift the focus from her involvement. Yet more attempts by the liberal media to protect Mrs. Clinton.

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Criminal Inquiry Is Sought in Clinton Email Account

The New York Times reports that two Obama administration inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open a criminal probe into Mrs. Clinton’s email usage. They declared that her use of her non-State Department server to send and receive classified information may have violated federal law.

PRESS RELEASE

Judicial Watch Announces Release of Government-Funded Race-Based Hawaii Enrollment List for Separatist Vote

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it obtained the race-based enrollment list of native Hawaiians created in accordance with the “Kana’iolowalu,” the controversial racial registration campaign run by the Native Hawaiian Roll Commission (NHRC). Judicial Watch obtained the list under a June 3, 2015 court order issued in…

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A Chicago family hurt by sanctuary city politics

Judicial Watch has been working closely with Chicago resident Brian McCann to fight for justice and the rule of law in the city. The city’s sanctuary policies have allowed illegals to break the law with impunity, and it is time for local officials to enforce the law.

IN THE NEWS

Firefighters told to remove decals from trucks

Judicial Watch recently won another victory for transparent government and correct use of taxpayer funds. Thanks to our investigation, fire trucks in Phoenix will be required to remove stickers bearing union logos, which had given unions free advertising.


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