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Trey Gowdy’s secret tapes focus on Hillary’s Islamic adventure

Trey Gowdy’s Select Committee on Benghazi is investigating newly released audiotapes revealing communications between the Department of Defense and Muammar Gaddafi’s son about Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the 2011 US mission to invade Libya. According to the tapes, an intermediary who corresponded with Gaddafi’s son alleges Hillary

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Vitter Requests Obamacare Documents From D.C., House and Senate

Senator David Vitter (R-LA), chair of the Senate’s Small Business Committee, is demanding answers on Congress’ illegal enrollment in Obamacare’s DC Small Business Exchange. He is requesting for answers from the DC Health Benefit Exchange Authority and House and Senate officials on their role in approving Congress’ falsified healthcare

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Moussaoui Calls Saudi Princes Patrons of Al Qaeda

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Obama: The Skype’s the limit for worst terrorists

Judicial Watch has received information from the Spanish agency La Prensa that terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay can Skype with their families. This has resulted from a policy change from the Department of Defense, which it claims is “consistent with both humanitarian and security interest.” According to Judicial Watch, President…

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Government Data Reveal 5.5 Million New Work Permits Issued Since 2009

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Critics question SEC approval of Irvine marijuana company as ‘green light’ to ‘break federal law’

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission recently approved Irvine-based medical marijuana company Terra Tech Corp.’s plans to build its operations in Nevada. This is the first time the federal government has approved such activity for a company in this industry, thus setting a precedent. Judicial Watch covered this news as well…

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Liberal professor admits that Obama is guilty of violating his Oath of Office

Liberal George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley has noted that President Obama has violated his oath of office with his executive actions and admitted that the Justice Department is “at the epicenter of a constitutional crisis.” Turley voted for President Obama but believes he has exceeded the limitations of his authority…

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Colorado Judicial records policy: Apparently whatever staff wants it to be

A bipartisan bill in the Colorado state legislature, House Bill 15-1101, seeks to subject the public defender’s office, part of the state’s Judicial Department, to the Colorado Open Records Act. This legislation was proposed in response to a 2012 Colorado Appellate Court ruling decreeing that the Judicial Department can self-exempt…

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Hillary Clinton Faces Scrutiny for Use of Private Jets

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Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Goes on Hate-Filled Anti-Christian Rant, Attacks Jindal as ‘Bottom Feeder’


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