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State Department sued over Syrian refugee program

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton on concerns about the potential risks from the Syrian refugee program.

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‘The Obamas treat Air Force One like an Uber ride’: Chief of spending watchdog says president’s Christmas Hawaii trip is too expensive to justify

Barack Obama has been savaged by a top spending campaigner for taking the First Family on an eighth consecutive Christmas vacation to Hawaii, at huge expense to the American taxpayer.

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The Obamas’ Christmas-Hawaii Plane Tickets Will Cost Tax Payers $3.7 Million

Like many families, the Obamas will head home to celebrate the holidays, but odds are their flight will cost slightly more than your typical Christmas airfare.

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Hillary Clinton allies plan to troll Donald Trump on Snapchat

A super PAC supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton’s White House bid has released an anti-Donald Trump Snapchat filter for those “snapping” from Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate.

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Group launches effort to expose secret placement of refugees

A government watchdog agency announced Tuesday it has filed a federal Freedom of Information lawsuit against the Obama administration seeking documents that would shed light on the secretive refugee resettlement program.

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More than 30 Immigrants Admitted to the U.S. Recently Implicated in Terrorism

In advance of the release of Congress’ year-end spending package, the office of Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) is highlighting some terrorists who were recently granted access to the U.S. through the nation’s immigration system.

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E.P.A. Broke the Law by Using Social Media to Push Water Rule, Auditor Finds

WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency engaged in “covert propaganda” in violation of federal law when it blitzed social media to urge the general public to support President Obama’s controversial rule intended to better protect the nation’s streams and surface waters, congressional auditors have concluded.

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Benghazi intervention was ‘spinning up,’ according to Pentagon

The night of the attacks in Benghazi — I know, I know — the United States had military assets in the region and, according to a freshly unearthed email, those assets were ready to respond. While this development astonishes, probably, no one with a realistic grasp of America’s ability to project military mayhem almost anywhere on the planet at a virtual moment’s

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Judicial Watch Files FOIA Lawsuit for Obama Administration Refugee Documents

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia seeking records between the U.S. Department of State and voluntary agencies regarding refugees arriving in the United States (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of State (No 1:15-cv-02030)). The…


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