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Judicial Watch: Illinois Settles Voter Roll Lawsuit, Agrees to Make Voter Registration List Information Public

Judicial Watch announced recently it settled a federal election integrity lawsuit on behalf of the Illinois Conservative Union against the state of Illinois, the Illinois State Board of Elections, and its director, which grants access to the current centralized statewide list of registered voters for the state for the past 15 elections.

Judicial Watch Sues for Records on Secret Service Protection for Unacknowledged Granddaughter of Joe Biden

“All of Joe Biden’s grandchildren can receive Secret Service protection while he’s in office. We frankly can’t imagine any good reason to deny security to this child,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

Millions More to Recruit Minorities for U.S. Jobless Benefits Amid Low Unemployment

U.S. unemployment is low and stable, yet the Biden administration keeps giving states millions of dollars to boost the number of minorities—especially non-English speaking or limited-English proficient—that sign up for government jobless benefits. The goal is to address racial disparities and promote “equitable access” to the program.

Post-9/11 Driver’s License Security Law Delayed over “Undue Burden and Confusion”

The Biden administration will again delay enforcing a law requiring driver’s license security standards designed to avert another terrorist attack because it could cause “undue burden and confusion” for those using licenses that fail to meet federal standards. The administration has already used COVID-19 as an excuse to postpone the security measure’s implementation, asserting that more time—two years—is needed to address the lingering impacts of the pandemic on the ability to obtain a compliant license. It is important to note that states had many years to comply long before COVID-19.

 

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Questions raised about disowned Biden granddaughter’s security

Washington Examiner

While the administration has stepped up security around other key figures in the public eye recently, such as Trump special counsel Jack Smith, the U.S. Secret Service does not appear to be providing security for Navy Joan Roberts or Lunden Roberts despite at least one documented threat.

 

Trump rejected lawyers’ suggestions to avoid indictment, listened to Judicial Watch instead: report

Just the News
Former President Donald Trump reportedly rejected suggestions from his attorneys to arrange a settlement with the Justice Department to avoid federal charges and instead, he listened to the advice of Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, a conservative legal activist, and others who said he could legally keep the classified documents and should fight government prosecutors.

 

FBI Director Wray Hit Hard for Bureau’s Targeting of Catholics and Pro-Lifers

Townhall

Early on, Wray brought up the targeting of pro-lifers, but not by his own agency. When giving examples of domestic violent extremism that the FBI is focused on, Wray mentioned, “Of course, recently we’ve had a lot of violent extremism against pro-life facilities, and we’re investigating those.”

 

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