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Judicial Watch Lawsuit Exposes ‘Clinton Cash Machine’

Tom Fitton writes how Judicial Watch’s efforts to provide transparency and accountability on the issue of the Clintons’ use of power to acquire wealth resulted in documents recently made public. Judicial Watch will keep working to uncover more documents to get to the truth.


Clinton Charities Raked in Millions of Taxpayer Dollars

The Washington Free Beacon describes how the Clinton Foundation and its affiliated charity groups have brought in more than $7 million in taxpayer dollars in recent years. In addition to receiving taxpayer funding, the most significant charity group, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, failed to disclose donations received from foreign organizations from the


Is The Clinton Foundation Just An International Money Laundering Scheme?

Sean Davis at The Federalist asks the legitimate question — is the Clinton Foundation just an elaborate money laundering operation by another name? Looking at how donations were routed through the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership, so that any donations from other organizations or governments would not be noted, it’s certainly a reasonable


Clinton charity never provided foreign donor data

The Boston Globe reports that the Clinton Health Access Initiative, one of the charities of the Clinton Foundation, never submitted for review any foreign donations it received from 2009 to 2013. During this time, donations increased to the initiative by millions of dollars.


Judicial Watch Files Lawsuit against State Department for Records about Hillary Clinton’s iPad and iPhone

Judicial Watch announced it has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to obtain the release of documents regarding Hillary Clinton’s efforts to gain approval for use of an iPhone or iPad to conduct official business while she was secretary of state.


Clinton Foundation reportedly failed to disclose identities of 1,100 donors

Fox News reports on yet another development in the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton and her use of her position as secretary of state to enrich the Clinton Foundation through various donations. Today we learn that the Clinton Foundation failed to disclose the identities of more than 1,100 donors to the foundation.


IRS watchdog recovers thousands of missing Lois Lerner emails

Fox News reports that more than 6,000 emails involving Lois Lerner have been recovered. The IRS had claimed these emails had been lost, but the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has announced they have been recovered.


‘Clinton Cash’ questions India politician’s $5M donation

Clinton friend Amar Singh, a member of India’s parliament, made a donation to the Clinton Foundation of $5 million in 2008, which interestingly would have equated to his entire net worth. This raises the question of whether other groups were involved, attempting to buy influence through Singh’s donation to the Clintons.


Watchdog blasts State Dept., Clintons after four-year battle for documents

Malia Zimmerman of Fox News provides an in-depth look at Judicial Watch’s efforts to provide transparency and accountability on the issue of Hillary Clinton’s possible use of her influence as secretary of state to obtain donations for the Clinton Foundation and increase personal wealth.


Congress’s Bipartisan Obamacare Fraud

Phil Kerpen writes about Sen. David Vitter’s (R-LA) efforts to bring transparency and accountability to a scandal very few are talking about — Congress’ efforts to qualify as a “small business” under Obamacare rules and thus avoid some of the law’s drawbacks.

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