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FCC Sued over ‘Questionable’ Newsroom Study

Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the FCC to seek records relating to the agency’s “Critical Information Needs” (CIN) pilot study. This study, which was announced in May 2013 and suspended in February 2014, would have monitored news rooms on how they make editorial edits to their stories, a clear free…

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An ‘Impeachable Offense’?: Obama Expected To Unveil Executive Amnesty Plan Next Week

President Obama revealed his executive amnesty plan prior to issuing his executive order. In response, Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton said this is a direction from the White House to not enforce the law and would “lead to one of the greatest mass migrations in history.” President Obama’s executive order, issued…

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Judicial Watch Sues Federal Communications Commission for Records About “Critical Information Needs” Plan To Question Newsmen, Monitor Blogs

Judicial Watch announced today that on October 16, 2014, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) seeking “any and all records” relating to a controversial FCC “Critical Information Needs” (CIN) pilot study of how news media make editorial decisions on the stories they cover.

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Obama’s immigration plan: 10 executive actions being weighed by the president

President Obama announced his 10-point executive action plan to advance executive amnesty. In response, Judicial Watch’s president Tom Fitton said this measure entails lawlessness and will bring about  “one of the greatest mass migrations in history.” Essentially, President Obama’s executive order prevents about 4.5 million illegal

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Judicial Watch Sues DHS for Border Crisis Planning Records

Judicial Watch announced today that on September 4, 2014, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seeking “all records” concerning a February 25-27 Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Field Office Juvenile Coordination meeting.

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Ad Campaign Slams Supreme Court Secretiveness

A new ad campaign called “Fix the Court” seeks to make the Supreme Court of the United States more transparent, claiming it is the “most powerful,” yet “least accountable” government institution in our nation. This campaign, founded by Gabe Roth, seeks to make the justices’ decisions more open to the…

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Bioweapons Expert: Obama Admin. Has Made a ‘Fundamental Mistake’ in Its Handling of Ebola

One of America’s top biochemists and microbiologists, Dr. Serguei Popov, said containment is one of the best ways to stop the spread of Ebola in America, In addition, he has been appalled by the Obama administration’s handling of Ebola in our nation. Judicial Watch first revealed the Obama administration’s plan to…

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Ex-CBS reporter’s book reveals how liberal media protects Obama

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Breitbart, Judicial Watch Voter Survey: 76% of Election Day Voters Support State Laws Requiring Voter ID

92% Concerned over Government Corruption – 89% oppose current Obamacare law (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch and Breitbart.com today released the results of a joint election night survey of voters conducted by The Polling Company Inc. The poll reflects the responses of 806 actual 2014 voters. Highlights include: A large…

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Congressmen vow to ‘cut the purse’ for Obama amnesty

Before President Obama issued his recent immigration executive order, Rep. Michele Bachmann, Rep. Steve Stockman, and Sen. Mike Lee offered solutions to countering it. In addition, Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, said Congress needs to stop President Obama’s unconstitutional executive orders and briefly discussed legal steps Judicial Watch has taken


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